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For what it's worth, I grew up reeling right, so it's natural. Sort of. When I was a young guy and read Trey Combs book, it seemed pretty obvious it was essential to be good at reeling to be good at steelheading. So I sat around practicing. I would reel for practice while watching television (yeah, pre-VCR/DVD/Cable). But it worked, like practice with anything.

A few years ago I decided I needed to learn to reel left, so I bought a really nice lefty reel- a Loop Classic. I didn't practice anywhere near like I did as a kid, but it didn't take that long to get proficient. I still prefer right, but I can reel left now.

You could get three right hands for the cost of two lefties.

I think you want a 3 5/8 perfect for your 4, a Taupo for your 6, and a 3 3/4 for your 7.
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