Cabela's Prodigy PR 200
There's a nice low start-up drag on this one. It'll work for long running fish if fade at higher speed doesn't result in an under-dragged situation. Bass, walleyes and average pike would certainly present no problem. If long-running fish have taken enough line so that the spool arbor begins to show, there's the danger of your line being cut off. That's because the multiple weight-reducing holes in the spool are not chamfered (beveled). They have sharp edges. And, it's important to adjust this drag from the minimum setting, up. Reducing drag from a higher setting, down produces far different settings. Max dynamic drag, 6 pounds.