Lew's Tournament MP LFS Speed Spool Baitcasting Reels

$159.95
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Features:

  • Lew's Tournament MP LFS Baitcasting Reels are a series of low-profile bass casting reels.
  • P2 Super Pinion™ gearing for precise alignment and stability in the gear train.
  • Premium 10-bearing system and externally adjustable Multi-Setting Brake (MSB) dual cast control system.
  • Lightweight 95mm aluminum handle with Lew’s Combat Grip® paddle knobs, Combat Grip® thumb bar, and 20 pounds of available drag power.
  • Available in 6.8:1, 7.5:1, and 8.3:1 gear ratios in Right and Left Hand retrieve, 5.6:1 gear ratio available in Right Hand retrieve only.

Lew's Tournament MP LFS Baitcasting Reels are a series of low-profile bass casting reels. Touting the P2 Super Pinion™, the Tournament MP has precise alignment and stability in the pinion gear through a bearing support system, resulting in smoother operation and extended gear life. Match that up with a premium 10-bearing system and externally adjustable Multi-Setting Brake (MSB) dual cast control system, and you have one smooth reel.

A bowed, lightweight 95mm aluminum handle with Lew’s Combat Grip® paddle knobs, Combat Grip® thumb bar, and 20 pounds of available drag power make sure it won’t shy away from heavy cover and big fish.

Available in 6.8:1, 7.5:1, and 8.3:1 gear ratios in Right and Left Hand retrieve, 5.6:1 gear ratio available in Right Hand retrieve only.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews
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wesley rimer
Lews MP

This reel paired with KVD rod is very light. Smooth and easily adjusted for different lure weights. Pleasure to use all day long.

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Brett Benson
Lews

I spent a lot of time on this. I liked it so much I got another one. Its ultra reliable and built extremely well. I'm at the point I won't use anything but Lews.

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Ray De Leon
TS1SHMP (7.5)

This was my first baitcasting style reel since I started fishing and spooled with straight mono to start the learning process. I paired it with a TP1 black speed stick. After getting over the learning process it worked really well and I got more comfortable with it. Then I got a Shimano. Nothing wrong with the Lews, I still use it occasionally, but I had no idea what buttery smooth could actually mean. If you want to save and stay in the 150 price range this should do well. But if I could have a do-over, I would save more and get a Curado 70 MGL if you’re just starting with baitcasting.

Frequently Bought Together

# Part Numbers

Product VariantManufacturer Part #UPC
Right Hand / 5.6:1TS1SMP849004024014
Right Hand / 6.8:1TS1HMP849004024823
Right Hand / 7.5:1TS1SHMP849004024847
Right Hand / 8.3:1TS1XHMP849004024854
Left Hand / 7.5:1TS1SHMPL849004024861
Left Hand / 8.3:1TS1XHMPL849004024878

Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews
67%
(2)
0%
(0)
33%
(1)
0%
(0)
0%
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w
wesley rimer
Lews MP

This reel paired with KVD rod is very light. Smooth and easily adjusted for different lure weights. Pleasure to use all day long.

B
Brett Benson
Lews

I spent a lot of time on this. I liked it so much I got another one. Its ultra reliable and built extremely well. I'm at the point I won't use anything but Lews.

R
Ray De Leon
TS1SHMP (7.5)

This was my first baitcasting style reel since I started fishing and spooled with straight mono to start the learning process. I paired it with a TP1 black speed stick. After getting over the learning process it worked really well and I got more comfortable with it. Then I got a Shimano. Nothing wrong with the Lews, I still use it occasionally, but I had no idea what buttery smooth could actually mean. If you want to save and stay in the 150 price range this should do well. But if I could have a do-over, I would save more and get a Curado 70 MGL if you’re just starting with baitcasting.