Beach Fishing Reels - Cast Effortlessly With New Surf Reel Designed by Shimano
Showing 1-12 of 120 Results

Beach Reels

Reset Filters Update Filters
Compare Component Description Text

Compare Product
Quick View aerlex_xsb_v1_m56577569831025204.png

Shimano's Aerlex range has been designed for beach and rock fishing. They come with an AR-C Spool, so it is designed for long casting situations.

Quick View speedcast_xsb_v1_m56577569830990727.png Speedcast

If you’re looking for a ‘big pit’ surf or rock spin reel, it’s hard to go past the new Shimano Speedcasts.

Quick View ultegra_ci4plus_v1_m56577569830877128.png Ultegra XTB

The Ultegra Ci4+ is not only lighter, but stronger due to the Ci4+ rotor and body upgrade. Making it Shimano's flagship surf casting reel.

Quick View baitrunner_lc_xta_v1_m56577569830877123.png Baitrunner Long Cast XTA

The Baitrunner Long Cast not only includes Shimano's famous Baitrunner technology, but is specifically designed for long range casting situations when rock and beach fishing. The unique spool design makes casting past the wave break that much easier.

Quick View ultegra_xtc_v1_m56577569830877129.png Ultegra XTC

In the world of surf and rock casting reels, the Ultegra 14000 XTC is the pick of them all. Featuring X-Ship and 20 kilos of drag, this reel is destined to bring those big jewfish, sharks and kings.

Beach and Rock Reels

Beach fishing places a number of specific demands on a reel. Firstly, it needs a generous line capacity, because you just never know what lurks out among the breakers — from giant mulloway to big sharks. Secondly it needs to cast effortlessly, as sometimes that fish-holding cover is a fair way from shore. Thirdly, it needs to recover a lot of line with every turn of the reel’s handle to keep that hooked fish heading in the right direction and combatting the effect of breaking waves and cross currents.

All of Shimano’s dedicated surf fishing reels — the Aerlex, Alivio XTA, Baitrunner LC, Ultegra XTB, Navi XTB and Biomaster XSB fulfil this criteria, with oversize long cast spools (the same style tournament casters use) that hold plenty of line and make distance casting with the big baits and lures that are sometimes used headache-free. They all recover around a metre of line with every turn of the reel’s handle, and this also makes them ideal for working metal casting lures like Raiders and Spanyids.

Rock fishing presents similar problems, with the added issue of crashing waves and salt spray thrown into the mix, but these reels are built to withstand the harshest of all marine environments and still see the fish safely landed.

Matched with Shimano’s Ian Miller-designed Aero Wave graphite, graphite composite and glass rods, you’d be hard-pressed to find a better fishing combination.