Okuma Sierra Fly Reel Spare Spool
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Ratings & Reviews
Well priced spool for an excellent reel
by Charlie Oz -
I bought my Scierra reel in Australia about 10 years ago. I now live in the UK and didn't want to shell out on a new reel so a spare spool was not only cheap but meant that I could still use the same reel. The Scierra Gillie reel is an excellent piece of kit. From altantic salmon (small spool was a bit hair-raising when the backing almost ran out) to 8" brownies in small streams, this reel can do it all. And glad to find that after 10 years I can still get replacement spools.
Great Reel - fit older Cabela's Prestige
by BenL. -
This spool fit and older (2007 I think) Cabela's Prestige One 5-6 wt. reel I own, as Okuma mfd. this reel for them. Cabelas no longer carries the part. I was delighted to find it. This reel is a simple, effective disk drag with easy drag settings,unidirectional drag, quiet reel-in, and a classic design with a wooden handle, at a great price. I use the spool to switch between an 8' 6 wt. and a more delicate 7'9" 5 wt. and the reel balances great with both. I am hard pressed to imagine needing much more reel for smallmouth and trout, but there will always be those who relish dropping [$] for a reel whose backing will never see the light of day.
Exactly what I wanted, well pleased.
by Anglerpat -
Metal on spoool is brittle so if it gets a drop prone to chip.
Nice reel for less money
by oldtimer -
Do you really need an expensive reel for a 5 wt. line? This is a really nice little reel for a reasonable price.
Good reliable product
by AT -
I used this product to facilitate a quick change of fly line.
Okuma Fly Reel
by JR -
Great value for a fly reel.
by Scudman -
Excellent value for the money spent. Reliable and a very decent drag system, especially considering the cost. I don't think you can beat the overall value of this fly reel or spool.
A little too tight
by Frank fisherman -
One of the two spare spools was too tight of a fit and I had to work it for awhile to get it to seat properly.