SOCORRO Spinning

The Shimano Socorro SW (saltwater) is the latest series of reels to earn the HAGANE CONCEPT badge which means our engineers have included only the best technologies to create a reel that stands for true durability and reliability.

At the Socorro's core are HAGANE cold forged aluminum drive gears which improves overall strength and precision, X-SHIP (Extra Smooth and High Power) supported pinion gear meaning tighter tolerances and a high level of endurance and the extremely rigid metal and corrosion resistant body features the HAGANE Body seal of approval.

The Shimano Socorro 10000 SW takes on 350 meters of 0.370mm / PE#5 rated braid and is designed with jigging, topwater and live baiting for species like kingfish and hapuka/groper in mind.


HAGANE Body means this reel has a high rigidity and zero twist. The body stiffness and impact resistance virtually eliminates body flexing. The result transforms the anglers actions directly into cranking power. It's efficiency through strength.

HAGANE Gear is at the very heart of the reel and creates strength and durability. The entire cold-forging process is calculated in minute detail by special 3D design and the result is precision durability.

By supporting the pinion gear on both ends with our S-ARB bearings and integrating a bigger drive gear, Shimano increased the gearing efficiency and power. This results in a fishing reel with ultra-light handle rotation, giving a perfect rotation even under heavy loads.

Shimano New Zealand provides a TEN YEAR WARRANTY on all Shimano fishing reels, against defects in materials and/or faulty workmanship.

Through tens of thousands of casting tests and computer simulations it has been determined that this new AR-C spool lip design provides longer casting distances than a standard spool lip design while preventing backlashes and wind knots from forming. It also allows the line to flow off the spool in smaller loops during the cast, which means less slap on the stripper guide. This means longer casts ...
These bearings have been through the same process as our A-RB bearings, but feature shields on both sides of the bearings that reduce the possibility of salt or sand inhibiting the bearings rotation.