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When it comes to fishing reels, multipliers are popular with anglers for their versatility and ability to handle heavy line and lures. These reels use a gear system that converts the rotation of the handle into a faster retrieve speed than traditional reels. Multipliers are commonly used for a variety of fishing techniques such as casting heavy lures, trolling, jigging and saltwater fishing.

The term "gear ratio" refers to the gear ratio of the reel, which determines the number of revolutions of the reel for each full turn of the handle. A higher gear ratio indicates a faster pull speed, while a lower gear ratio provides more turning power. The right multiplier for your fishing needs depends on your specific fishing technique, target species and personal preference.

  • Here are some common gear ratios and their typical applications:

Low gear ratio (e.g. 4.0:1 to 5.4:1): These reels offer high spinning power, making them suitable for techniques that require a slow and powerful retrieve, such as deep-sea bottom fishing, jigging or trolling on live bait. They are also ideal for targeting larger species of fish that require more reeling power.

Medium Gear Ratio (eg 6.0:1 to 6.4:1): Medium ratio reels provide a balanced combination of spinning power and retrieve speed. They are versatile options for a variety of fishing techniques, including freshwater bass fishing, inshore saltwater fishing and general purpose fishing.

High Gear Ratio (eg 7.0:1 to 8.0:1): These reels offer fast retrieve speeds, making them ideal for techniques that require fast lure presentations and covering larger areas of water.

It is important to note that these gear ratios may vary between reel models and manufacturers. So always consider the specific gear ratio listed in the product specifications when choosing a fishing reel.

Also, consider line capacity, drag system, build quality and overall suitability for your fishing style and target species when choosing a multiplier reel.

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