Daiwa Tierra Spinning Reels give a smooth performance in both fresh and saltwater. Daiwa Tierra comes with full Digigear technology and a rigid aluminum body, promising a sensation of power and perfect balance during use. Daiwa reel parts are synonymous with quality and durability, and the Daiwa Tierra seems to get equally rave reviews from hard-to-please anglers and the media, such as Fly Rod And Reel Magazine.
The Daiwa Tierra Spinning Reel features Daiwa reel parts such as eight CRBB ball and roller bearings, well-known for their corrosion-resistant properties. Tubular stainless Air Bail offers superb strength. Add to this mix the HardBodyz Aluminum ABS spool and you have an above average performer in any condition. The washable design of the Daiwa Tierra Spinning Reel promises a sealed, waterproof drag system.
Daiwa reel parts introduced the Digigear system, which has since developed into the Digigear II. The die-casting gear offers the same quality as machine cut gears, with extremely effective torque transmission. Just push the spool gently, and feel the willing, automatic response in the handle.
The Daiwa Tierra's Digigear system allows for super-smooth, powerful performance. Another feature displaying a Daiwa reel part solution, is the very effective Twist Buster for line twist reduction. Some anglers claim that it is very useful to dump a new line in cold water, before spooling the Tierra Daiwa reel.
The Daiwa Tierra Spinning Reel comes with infinite anti-reverse and is Gyro Spin balanced. It includes a free spare aluminum spool. Cranking the Diawa Tierra, has been compared to winding a finely crafted watch. Daiwa probably didn't think that the color of the fishing reel would sometimes have more of a say in the purchase of the Daiwa Tierra, than the reel parts themselves! Seems like many anglers have bluish rods and accessories, just begging for the addition of the Daiwa Tierra spinning reel! The Tierra Daiwa with its state of the art Daiwa reel parts also does well in windy conditions.
The Daiwa Tierra Spinning Reel may be a long way removed from the vintage, heavy-duty saltwater 9000C Daiwa reel! The 9000C Daiwa came with Daiwa reel parts such as stainless steel ball bearings, stainless manual or auto bail, and a chrome plated line roller. The Daiwa 9000C reel has a 175 to 275 pound test line capacity, and can be used with either right or left hand retrieve. The 9000C Daiwa reel still seems to have a loyal following.
So, whether you are planning a Canadian fly in fishing trip, a spot of Alaska Salmon fishing, or Alaska guided fishing, you would do well to complement your small boat insurance coverage (you do have that, don't you?) with tools sporting sassy Daiwa reel parts.
It seems as if anglers don't have much to complain about while using Daiwa Tierra spinning fishing reels!