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Okuma Convector Series Line Counter Reels

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Product Description

Convector line counter trolling reels revolutionized the fishing tackle industry, offering a super powerful gearing and drag system previously unattainable at the Convector’s value-oriented price. Today, the Convector has become a staple in salmon fisheries from Alaska to the Great Lakes, and everywhere in between. The Convector’s no-nonsense design features aluminum and stainless steel components at all critical stress points, along with Okuma’s patented Mechanical Stabilization System that maintains parts alignment over the long term. Line counter models are available in both right and left hand retrieve to serve all anglers.

Benefits and Features:
  • TI Coated Strong Arm Level Wind
  • Multi-Disk Rulidium Drag System
  • Two Stainless Steel Ball Bearings
  • One Quick-Set Anti-reverse Roller Bearing
  • Dual Anti-Reverse Feature on ALL Sizes
  • Self Lubricating Gears
  • Silver Anodized Machined Aluminum Spools
  • CV-55SS Features a Stainless Steel Spool For Wire Line
  • Spool Stabilizing System For Increased Freespool
  • Stainless Steel Body Armor On All 55 Size Reels
  • Strike Zone Line Counter On "D" and "DLX" Models.
  • Okuma's one year limited warranty

Model Description:
Model
Retrieve
Gear Ratio
Line Capacity (lb Test/Yds)
Bearings
Max Drag
Weight
CV15D
Right
5.1:1
10/330, 12/290, 14/240
2BB + 1RB
18 lbs
15.8 oz
CV20D
Right
5.1:1
14/290, 18/230, 20/210
2BB + 1RB18 lbs
16.5 oz
CV30D
Right
4.0:1
15/510, 20/420, 25/310
2BB + 1RB20 lbs
21.5 oz
CV45D
Right
4.0:1
20/580, 25/430, 30/330
2BB + 1RB20 lbs
22.9 oz
CV20DLX
Left
5.1:1
14/290, 18/230, 20/210
2BB + 1RB18 lbs
16.5 oz
CV30DLX
Left
4.0:1
15/510, 20/420, 25/310
2BB + 1RB20 lbs
21.5 oz

Features

  • Model: Okuma Convector line Count Reel
  • 1 Units in Stock
  • Manufactured by: Okuma

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This product was added to our catalog on Sunday 20 March, 2011.