SOLD Trinidad 20 DC TN20DC

Discussion in 'USED Fishing Rods and Reels For Sale' started by thefinnatic, Jun 24, 2018.

  1. thefinnatic

    thefinnatic Newbie

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    Lightly used. Spooled with 80lb Powerpro.

    ***SOLD***
     
    Last edited: Jun 25, 2018
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  2. Haly0

    Haly0 Pescado hunter

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    Holy cannoli that’s a clean reel
     
  3. hucklongfin

    hucklongfin Deep release specialist

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    $1k? Good luck with that!
     
  4. Hismosa

    Hismosa I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    That's the going rate, doubt it will last long before someone snags it up.
     
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  5. hdz805

    hdz805 Well-Known "Member"

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    Going rate ? Who has bought them for $1000 bucks ?
     
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  6. Hismosa

    Hismosa I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    Crazy I know, but they aren't usually this clean and with a bunch of boat rash go for $800
     
  7. Man Overboard

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    Wow... that’s reel is nice. I want one have been waiting for one to come up but I can’t get myself to pull the trigger on that price. Someone will buy it...
     
  8. hawkplayer32

    hawkplayer32 I'd rather be fishing.

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    What makes this reel special?
     
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    Holy cow
     
  10. sealskinner

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    Somebody buy this and put it on that $1000 Sabre 540.
     
  11. Adrian H

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    Trade for like new Trinidad 16A and $500?
     
  12. Hangfire

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    Dude knows what he's got.
     
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    easaug Newbie

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    i got me like 5 of these in size 30. they are nice
     
  15. MRC70

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    I’m thinking the same exact thing. What makes this reel more than $800 better than a new Saltist or a Fathom? Just curious.
     
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  16. plattas son

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    Casting Ability. I don’t know the exact reason why but they are virtually backlash proof if you have it adjusted correctly.
     
  17. hdz805

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    Learn how to cast
    And a penn torque 25N would be better
    :)
     
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  18. swami 805

    swami 805 I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    It’s for people without thumbs. I think it has a back up for the AR bearing also. Nice reels. If I had a grand laying around I’d be tempted. Glws
     
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  19. hucklongfin

    hucklongfin Deep release specialist

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    It has a dog with a spring so there's a slight clicking sound. The price is mostly due to it being collectible since Shimano doesn't make DC versions of the current Trinidads.
     
  20. Luke

    Luke Uses alot of bait!

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    More than a collectible and more than a spring on the dog. By the way you can add the same spring to any gold Trinidad 16/20/30, easy upgrade and solves the “floating pawl” issue. The Digital Control (yes small computer) that gets charged on this cast for the next cast (odd turbo sound the reel makes) controls the speed the spool spins. You do not achieve greater distance but you can throw harder knowing your chances of a backlash are much reduced. It is really hard to explain how it works but it does. I have had one since they first arrived on the market. It is filled with 65# spectra with room for about 125 yards of 40# mono. I fish it on a custom wrapped Shimano Teramar 100 XH (10’). It is a rare day that anyone on the boat is achieving more distance or greater accuracy. They are special if you are a surface iron guy.

    $1,000 price......that is a tough one, some people drive Chevys other people drive BMWs.
     
    Last edited: Jun 25, 2018
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