Great small-sized fishing reel suitable for light fishing such as lakes, bays, rivers, and more
Aero-wave line lay
Graphite spool and body
Reel Comes without Box.
Line Capacity (lb/yds)
Power Pro Line Capacity (m/mm)
Max Drag (Kg)
10/300 12/265 14/210 20/120
0.30/270 0.35/240 0.40/140 0.45/110
The Shimano Hyperloop is a great value reel that will provide long service with minimal issues. Some of the features found on the Shimano Hyperloop 2500 fishing reel are the same features that are found on more expensive Shimano fishing reels. Reel Made with a super resistant graphite body and reel, the Hyperloop is perfect for all types of fishing. Ideal for saltwater fishing due to its robust construction. Having Dyna-Balance, the Hyperloop doesn’t wobble around when winding, and the Aero-wave feature ensures that the line lays properly and doesn’t leave the reel in clumps causing line knots.P3 epitomizes Shimano’s goals with this range of fishing reels-Power, Precision, and Performance. Power comes from the smooth and strong gears and drag, while Precision is demonstrated in the accurate line lay and tight tolerances, and Performance is the combination of all of the features found in the Shimano Hyperloop, showing these reels to be an excellent choice for those looking for a great value entry-level fishing reel.
One of the standout features of this reel is its lightweight design, which makes it easy to handle and reduces fatigue during extended fishing sessions.
It is smooth and easy to operate, and the drag system is both powerful and consistent.
This rod is the best one can ask for at that price. It's highly versatile use it's for jiggle, popping, and surf fishing some of my friends use the 8' for light trolling. This rod is my first recommendation if someone is looking for a sturdy rod. This rod easily will last u 3-4yrs with proper care after you are done fishing.
This is specially been an episode while been out there fishing. And I forgot my cap 🧢 and I remembered I got the hoddie with me day saved. Good fabric cool pictures. Check out the video below.