Daiwa Accudepth Plus-B Line Counter Trolling Reel
Daiwa Accudepth Plus-B Line Counter Trolling Reel Models
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
Nice Smooth Reel
These reels are just right for the Lake Erie walleye trolling that I do and the price is very competitive with other similar models.
Well Balanced Reel
by Skip Jack
Great reel works well on the Great Lakes. Walleye, Salmon, and Trout. Great reel for a reasonable price.
Best bang for $$$
Solid, well made units. I have a few of these and really like them. Love the clicker, can hear it loud and clear on bites. Will be setting these up with braid and dipsey setups.
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.