Daiwa Accudepth Plus-B Line Counter Trolling Reel
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Daiwa Accudepth Plus-B Line Counter Trolling Reels are an updated version of the standard Accudepth reels. These reels feature a built-in direct drive line counter ideal for downrigger, diving planers, or flat line trolling. They measure line out in feet, allowing for easy and accurate setting of trolling patterns. You can also count on these reels to perform flawlessly when you hook up.
Accudepth Plus-B Line Counter Reels boast a strong yet lightweight graphite composite frame, machine-cut bronze gears, a forged aluminum spool, and smooth dependable Teflon-impregnated felt drag washers. Accudepth Plus-B reels make locating and landing fish easier than ever.
- Machined aluminum spool
- One ball bearings
- Automatic engaging clutch
- Direct drive built-in line counter
- Rugged, corrosion-proof graphite frame
- Spool click selector
- Free-spool adjustment
- Big-diameter felt drag washers
- Star drag
- Double-paddle handle (ADP17LCB, ADP27LCBW, ADP27LCBLW)
- Single-paddle counter-balanced handle (ADP27LCB, ADP27LCBL, ADP47LCB, ADP47LCBL)
- Power handle (ADP57LCB)
Ratings & Reviews
Works fine trolling with these reels for couple years now no problems can’t beat the price.
Beware of the 17 series
by Jeremy Lacko
I haven't had trouble with the 27 or 47 series of these reels, but 50% of the 17 series reels I own have had anti reverse failures after about 5 years of moderate use. According to a reputable repair service that I have consulted, this is a problem that has plagued that particular size of the Accudepths for a decade now.
Best Iâ€™ve found for the money
by MELaker -
For the money (sub $100) it's the best downrigger reel I have found. I've tried a number of others and my biggest issue with lower end or budget reels is the drag. Sticky, inconsistent, and tough to fine tune. These accudepth have a smooth drag which for me is top priority. The only short coming I've found so far for me is the line counter. When it works it seems to be fairly accurate but it does stick often. If you rely on a great line counter you may be disappointed but for me I could take them or leave them. So overall, it's not a $300 reel but for someone on a budget they are a great option.
Okay reel, but yu get what you pay for
by chasbyron -
We fished 2 of these reels for the 2018 season down rigging for smallies and walleyes and trolled 5 times. The reels worked fine in the beginning, but now we have to close the bail manually and the line counter does not reset properly. To be fair we normally fish with much higher Shimano Tekota reels and the fine sales team as FishUSA suggested TekotaA. But trying to cheap out, I gave this reel a shot for the lighter braid. The drag is fine and clicker works fine. This is a fine reel for the journeyman fisherman, but if your a junkie like me, go for the higher end equipment.
Daiwa Line Counter Reel
by Gregg -
Was very impressed with the quality of this reel. Can't wait to get it out on the water. Primary use will be trolling with crank baits for walleyes in Saginaw Bay and down in Lake Erie.