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spinnig reels for jig poles

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I just bought a new 6'6" jigging pole. 4-10 test line. What type of spinnig reel does everyone recommend.. I cannot spend a lot (2nd child due any time now).
I would say between 30-60 dollars

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Mitchell 300x $35 or less and it comes with an extra spool.

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I second the Mitchell vote. But I recently picked up a Abu Garcia Cardinal 302 and it is a very nice reel only cost me $30 at Cabelas

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Shimano Sahara is a great reel at the top-end of your price range, $59.00

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Don't forget check out the Daiwa Regal many sizes and a decent price range.

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The 308X is a good value in that price range. I believe there's also a rebate going on the 300X & 308X this year. Last year I bought a 300x on sale for $29.99 and sent in a $10 rebate, so if you can wait and watch the sales you might find the same thing in the next few weeks.
Another reel that would deserve a look is the Okuma line. I looked at 3 or 4 different grades up close last weekend and was very impressed.

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I feel that 28.99 the Quantom SX or SX2 are great reels. SX10F (Front drag, 4 bearings, 5.3:1 gears, 125yds./4lb.) SX20R Rear drag, 4 bearings, 5.2:1 gears, 140yds./6lb
The only thing you have to get used to is the Snapshot2 casting system. Other then that they are a great reel.

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I "cast" my vote for the Shimano Sadona
100, it goes for about $50.00.
I have been using them for a number of years and they are very durable.

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