Okuma Cold Water Low-Profile Line Counter Casting Reel
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Okuma Cold Water Low-Profile Line Counter Casting Reels are the most versatile salmon reels on the market today. They can be used for trolling, back trolling, back bouncing, and casting floats. Normally you would need a different type of reel to preform these specific techniques, but not anymore.
Cold Water Casting Reels have a modern, sleek, and elegant shape that fits in the hand perfectly, which is critical feature when back bouncing and casting floats. These reels have a die-cast aluminum frame, a machined aluminum spool, and a thumb bar spool release for ease of casting or feathering.
- Multi-disc, carbonite drag system
- Balanced aluminum hande arm with Ergo Grip handle knobs
- Quick set anti-reverse roller bearing
- Oversized machine cut brass XL drive and pinion gears
- Mechanical line counter function measures in feet
- CVT: clear view technology anti-fogging line counter
- Aluminum ratcheting drag star for precision drag settings
- Automatic trip, spool engage mechanism
- Backed by Okuma's 1-year limited warrenty
Ratings & Reviews
AWESOME Multi-Purpose reel!
by Ed Elefante
Love these reels! I use them for trolling from my kayak AND I have used them to fish from charter boats for salmon and rockfish. Great all around reel! You cannot go wrong with these Okuma Cold Water Low Profile reels!!!
Calibrate your line counters
by knot guilty
Bought the reel because of the counter and flippin switch, love the positive drag system. CW 354 backed with 123 ft. 20 lb. Trilene Big Game topped with 150 yds. Power Pro 20 lb. braid hit the 100 ft. mark calibrating my reels thanks to the Berkley clip on line counter and measured 100 ft. to verify. Seems this info is Top-Secret . Will see how the reels perform this season give them a 4 for now.
does it all, love it
buying again I really like these reels. For the money you can not go wrong. Very smooth and you can easily cast them and great for trolling. Have caught all kinds of fish with this and still works well. I like that I do not have to bring a whole lot of different rods with me when spending the day on the lake. I can troll and then cast and also use the counter to suspend bait just a little off the bottom when drift fishing. watching depth finder it is easy to change depth of bait as bottom changes. The counter does not seem to affect casting ranges.