500 Avalon Morro Bay

500 Avalon Morro Bay – THIS IS THE FIRST on-water photo of the Accurate Tern 500 Narrow, taken in mid-June with a reel that company vice president Justin Poe said was in the vicinity the day before.

AVALON – It’s hard to keep a secret, but that’s exactly what we’ve done when it comes to Accurate’s two new larger Tern reels, the 500 Narrow and 600, which were recently announced at ICAST alongside their sibling the 600 Narrow. Starting this week, these will be the biggest moves by American stars on the market.

500 Avalon Morro Bay

We first learned about them on June 19th and 20th when we had Justin Poe from the company on our option card in Catalina – we can’t tell. Poe, the punctual vice president, brought in several reels that were still classified.

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Employees on the trip — myself and director of ad sales and marketing Chuck Buhagiar — were invited to test-drive the prototype 500 Narrows and 600 Terns that we were told were straight off the machines that day, but we were sworn to secrecy “down to the coils.” Ready.”

I have Terns 300 and 400 in my quiver, and actually caught a 35 pound bass on the compact but powerful 300 on that trip. To me, the new 500 Narrow and 600 were images of the Terni released a year earlier, but larger.

Before we get into more details about the new coils, a refresher first. Accurate’s Terns were the company’s first stars, and like the other reels the company produces at its Corona facility, they are carefully crafted from 6061-T6 aluminum. The Terni were the first twin-drag star drag reels – Accurate calls it the TwinStarDrag feature. The heat-treated steel gears and pinion shafts are thick and strong, and although the reels themselves are light and compact, they are strong.

Neither Buhagiar nor I had any luck catching fish on the new reels, but we did see Poe hook a 35-pound-plus yellowtail and an even bigger barbel, one on each model. Po is a big, strong man and nobody gave him any trouble, but a lot of that was due to the crew.

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“I’d say they’re very powerful, but also very light,” Poe said after the experience. “The 500 Narrow is 16 ounces and has 33 pounds of drag. It’s the perfect reel structure for yellows and wolves, where you rarely need more than 300 yards of line. Why have a bigger reel when you have so much horse?”

The 500 Narrov will be available in 6.1 : 1 and 4.7 : 1 gear ratios. The 6.1 is fast, taking 45 inches of line per crank. The 4.7 naturally delivers more torque. It will be priced at $329.95.

The 600 has even more lines in its 6.1 version, 52.7 inches per crank. It’s smoke! Poe sees it as a great yo-yo or a great bottom roller depending on where you are in the country. Holds 500 yards of 80 pound braid – a lot! Poe said that makes her versatile.

WASTING NO TIME after ICAST, Accurate immediately got to work building new, larger Tern models. Poe said they will be widely available in August.

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The 6.1:1 version of the 600 delivers plenty of torque, but by comparison, the 4.7 puts out an extra 35 to 40 percent—it’s a winch, but it still needs 41 inches of line per crank. The 600 weighs 17.4 ounces.

At ICAST, Accurate also introduced the 600 Narrow, which we didn’t get to see because it didn’t exist. That says something special about Accurate’s ability to build a new reel model — the company is nimble. Poe told us he sees the 600 Narrow as the ideal wahoo reel.

“The 52-inch is the fastest star coating ever made in recent years,” he said. “It’s the ultimate wahoo reel, where you don’t need power, you need speed. It’s great for that.”

These new narrow transoms quickly became a factory favorite, Poe said. “They are the leading reels for bait applications such as popper casting,” he said. “The line comes off them easier and comes back on easily. They feel much better in the hand.”

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New, larger Tern star drags are already in production. Po sent me a picture of a table with side panels as an illustration. They will be available this week in limited quantities, and in August. The World Surf League (WSL) North American Region today announced the remaining events of the 2021/22 Qualifying Series (KS) to conclude its season. In addition, the Pro Juniors make their long-awaited return to competition after a two-year hiatus due to COVID-19, with the region’s top 20-year-old and junior competitors competing.

“We are so excited to welcome back our events, as well as introduce new events, in the early months of 2022,” said North America Regional Manager Meg Bernardo. “Despite the challenging year we have all experienced around the world, these licensed events have worked hard to secure event dates. We can’t wait to continue our season and watch our surfers compete for valuable points to secure their date. A matching series of Challenger points.”

The North American Qualifying Series (KS) is set to return to the pristine lineup and backdrop of Morro Bay. – VSL / Andrew Nichols

The 2021/22 season continues with the return of the men’s and women’s SLO CAL Open to Pismo Beach presented by the French Hospital Medical Center KS 1,000, its fourth edition since its inception in 2017, January 27-30 in picturesque Pismo Beach. wharf Wrapped in the community and at the bottom of a pristine cliff, this event has become a staple for the Central Coast.

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“It means a lot to me to be able to wake up and have a competition in my backyard. Also, the hometown advantage really fires me up,” said SLO CAL Open semifinalist Pismo Beach and hometown Braden Jones. “I’m so excited to have these events back in my hometown! I haven’t raced in over a year so it’ll be nice to get back in the jersey and run.”

Right tackle Braden Jones is a perfect match for Morrow Bay’s left guard. – VSL / Daisy Hunt / CCNTH

The SLO CAL Morro Bay Open presented by KS 1,000 French Hospital Medical Center, hosting its inaugural event in 2020, returns February 24-27 in one of California’s hidden gems. Competitors head to Morro Rock’s cold water line during the early season in the North Sea to take advantage of the conditions. SLO CAL’s involvement in these now landmark events sets them apart with the timeless beauty of Morro Bay and the unwavering support of the local community.

The East Coast and Caribbean are awaiting final confirmation with more details on locations in Cocoa Beach, Florida, the Dominican Republic and Barbados.

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The Men’s and Women’s Qualifying Series (KS) are back in action on California’s Central Coast with a new destination from February 27th to March 1st.

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The Encinitas, Calif., surfer cruised through the round of 16 and the quarterfinals to make a long-awaited return to the semifinals.

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The former Championship Tour contender and up-and-coming talent has been coming off big wins at Morro Bay after a podium drought.

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