The pros mostly use Penn International trolling Reels for Salt
Shimano Tiagra Reels are also popular.
I have used both and they are worth the big bucks you spend on them.
Personally I like Shimano for all my reels, trolling and spinning.
That is because of Shimano's exceptional customer service
Spinning for Tuna once, 20 to 30 pounders in that school
, I put up my rod and reel w mono line, with out running the line free 1st to take the tension out of it.
The stretched tight line crushed the bail on the reel after sitting a few days.
I called Shimano to order a new one. They took my order on the phone
, refused to let me pay for it ,,,, then sent me TWO new ones.
I explained to them it was my fault, and their bail broke due to my negligence.
I only use Shimano reels since.
Penn Senators are good reels, but will burn up if you inadvertently get a BIG fish
If there are no Marlin, Big Tuna or sharks where you will be fishing
they will be fine.