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What size reel do I need for salmon fishing?

Asked: Dennis BomBom Fishing 🇩🇰 🇨🇦, Last Updated:

For salmon, I typically use 30 pounds mainline and a 30-50 pound leader. The 500 and 600 size reel both hold enough line to catch salmon in 200 feet of water. If you are targeting salmon deeper than 200 feet, I would recommend the 600 size reel.

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