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Okuma Epix 80

April 6, 2012 9:15 am
posted by Terry

Okuma Epix 80

The Okuma Epix 80 fishing reel has ball bearings made of stainless steel and are sealed. This reel contains a spare spool made of aluminum. Stainless steel is rust resistant. This makes the Okuma Epix 80 durable. This reel has gear ratio of 6:3:1. There are different line capacities. It can have 210 meters of 13 kilograms fishing line, 365 meters of 7 kilograms or 300 meters of 10kg. This reel is not expensive when the price is compared to the performance. This brand offers a life time warranty, an indication that it is truly worth your money.

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Penn Conventional Reel’s Daiwa Saltist LD Hyper Speed model

December 31, 2011 11:46 am
posted by Terry

The third one is Penn Conventional Reel’s Daiwa Saltist LD Hyper Speed model. The product boasts superb retrieval speeds reaching up to 7.3 to 1, which enables anglers to grab up to 54 inches of line with each crank. This works well for triggering jig strikes from quick moving fish. Aside from the unequaled retrieval speed, the product also boasts quick, one touch gear shift and ball bearings that are designed in a corrosion resistant attribute for optimal durability.

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Penn Senator Conventional Saltwater Reel

December 29, 2011 9:39 am
posted by Terry

Now, let’s site some of the top of the line Penn conventional reels you can browse on the market. First, the Penn Senator Conventional Saltwater Reel. The reel is designed in a lightweight graphite-material framework that ensures durability and comfort of use. The reel is also armed with a machine-made and anodized-aluminum material with stainless steel rings. The highly durable bronze alloy comprises the main gear with two stainless steel ball bearings locking the reel into place. Another likable feature is the multi-disc star drag, which haves a sleek HT-100 washer. The product is finished off with a convertible power control.

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The Daiwa Steez

December 27, 2011 9:35 am
posted by Terry

The Daiwa Steez models are engineered to be some of the lightest products available. They feature a lightweight magnesium construction. This reel has been designed with the ultimate engineering, and it features some of the best things that technology offers. There is a 12 bearing system, and this allows for a fluid reeling movement. This model is designed for freshwater fishing, and it is a great reel to pull in the biggest bass. Strength, precision and comfort are some of the aspects that have been taken into consideration in the design of this finished product. This reel features a magnesium body, and there is an ABS spool to hold all the line you’ll need.

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The Team Daiwa Advantage reel

9:32 am
posted by Terry

The Team Daiwa Advantage reel is a great product for both fresh and saltwater. There are six models, and they all have the same basic features. It has a patented long cast ABS system, and this will let you fish the hardest to reach spots. These reels feature six ball bearings, and they provide for a smooth reeling action. The TwistBuster II allows for a minimum of line twist. Overall, this is a great reel, and it will ensure you enjoy your days on the water.

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Shimano Stella FD Spinning Reels

November 14, 2011 5:15 pm
posted by Terry

Shimano Stella FD

The Shimano Stella FD spinning reels are luxury reels which have balanced bodies and magnesium frames that are lightweight and ideal for freshwater fishing. There are four models of this reel which have a drag range from 7 pounds to 24 pounds. The handle gear screws directly into the drive gear which results in zero play between the handle and gear, with larger sizes having a hollow handle shank making it lighter while keeping the strength and stable properties. Casting is considered one of the best with it’s titanium lip spool and revised line lay system. It’s known for a smooth and solid retrieve and the drag is known to maintain a smooth even pressure at all of its settings with the power to resist overheating.

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Okuma Ci-273V Citrix

October 18, 2011 10:39 am
posted by Terry

Okuma Ci-273V Citrix

Let’s talk about is the Okuma Ci-273V Citrix. This is cheaper than the SR-200W Serrano, but don’t let that fool you. This reel doesn’t sacrifice any quality with the cheaper price tag that it has on it. This reel has an anodized V-shaped spool, and multi-disc drag to ensure the user that it will be nothing but smooth for handling. This reel really has a bold and aggressive look to it that will be sure to catch the eye of many avid fishermen

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Okuma SR-200 W Serrano

October 17, 2011 9:38 pm
posted by Terry

Okuma SR-200W Serrano

Let’s talk about the Okuma SR-200W Serrano baitcasting reel. With this reel you’ll get a Micro-Click Drag Star that will help you keep a very accurate drag with different settings. On top of that with this particular reel it also comes with a right plate made out of aluminum that will keep your gears in perfect alignment so that way they won’t move around making catching that big fish easier than ever to catch. many fishermen don’t like having to deal with a big lunky and heavy spool, so with the SR-200W Serrano you’re in luck! This spool is a magnum light spool which means not only will it be very reliable but very light and easy to maneuver in those fights with big fish.

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Pflueger President XT

October 3, 2011 10:34 am
posted by Terry

Pflueger President XT

The Pflueger President XT features nine precision stainless steel bearing and a clutch bearing makes for a superb casts with smooth operation. Solid hook sets with excellent performance with the carbon fiber drag system. With aluminum graphite hybrid construction, this light weight, high strength spool is strong and durable for a big catch. A large diameter titanium coated line roller, click bail and soft touch knob makes for a sleek casting experience. Anti-reverse bearing one way clutch for instant traction.

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Northeastern Oklahoma Fishing Report Week of Sept 21

September 26, 2011 8:43 pm
posted by Terry

Copan: September 18. Elevation normal, water clear. Channel and flathead catfish good on cut shad and worms below the dam. Crappie slow no minnows and jigs around structure at Copan Point. Report submitted by Joe Alexander, game warden stationed in Washington County.

Eucha: September 20. Elevation 7 ft. below normal, water 70 and dingy. Crappie fair on minnows and jigs at 13-15 ft. around brush and structure. Largemouth bass fair on spinnerbaits. Catfish fair on juglines baited with cut shad. Report submitted by Dwight Moore, City of Tulsa.

Ft. Gibson: September 18. Elevation 1 ft. below normal, water 84 and clear. Largemouth bass excellent on Biffle Bugs and crankbaits at 5-15 ft. White bass excellent trolling silver spoons and white crankbaits along shallow rock piles and humps in the middle of the lake. Catfish excellent drifting cut shad and white bass sides on the flats between the Hwy 51 Bridge and the dam. Report submitted by Rick Stafford in Wagoner.

Greenleaf: September 19. Elevation normal, water clear. Largemouth bass good on spinnerbaits, bill baits and jig-and-worm along shorelines, brush structure, creek channels and rocky points. Catfish good on fresh cut bait on bottom near the spillway. Crappie fair on minnows and jigs around fishing docks and brush structure. Report submitted by Lark Wilson, game warden stationed in Muskogee County.

Hudson: September 19. Elevation normal. Largemouth bass good on spinnerbaits and buzz baits early and late. Blue catfish good on cut shad. Report submitted by Steve Loveland, game warden stationed in Rogers and Mayes counties.

Fishing looks good at several locations around the northeastern section.  Fish are biting be sure to go out and catch some fish. You will need that baitcasting or spinning reel to go catch a fish.

Hulah: September 18. Elevation normal, water clear. Channel catfish fair on cut shad and worms below the dam. Crappie slow on minnows and jigs around structure in Skull Creek. Report submitted by Joe Alexander, game warden stationed in Washington County.

Keystone: September 19. Elevation 4 ft. below normal, water 73. Largemouth bass fair. White bass fair. Report submitted by Karlin Bailey, game warden stationed in Creek County.

Lower Illinois: September 19. Elevation normal, water 49 and murky. Largemouth bass slow on topwater lures in coves. White bass slow on jigs and spinnerbaits at 1-3 ft. all along the river. Striped bass slow on live shad at 1-2 ft. in mouth of the river. Channel catfish excellent on cut bait on bottom all along the river. Crappie slow on jigs and spinnerbaits at 1-2 ft. all along the river. Trout good fly-fishing the surface, on rooster tails at 1-2 ft. and on Power Bait on bottom at the dam. Report submitted by D. Tracy, Town of Gore.

Oologah: September 18. Elevation 1 1/2 ft. below normal, water mid 70s and clear. Crappie fair on minnows and jigs at 10-15 ft. around brush piles. White bass fair trolling shad colored crankbaits at 10-15 ft. off main lake points. Blue and channel catfish fair on juglines baited with shad at 10-15 ft. Report submitted by Brek Henry, game warden stationed in Rogers County.

Spavinaw: September 20. Elevation slightly below normal, water 70 and dingy. Crappie fair on minnows and jigs around the dam area. Largemouth bass fair on spinnerbaits. Report submitted by Dwight Moore, City of Tulsa.

Webbers Falls: September 19. Elevation normal, water murky. Largemouth bass fair on spinnerbaits, crankbaits and jig-and-worm along riprap and brush structure. Catfish good on fresh cut bait and stinkbait along mudflats and on bottom. Crappie good on minnows and jigs at 12 ft. around bridges and brush structure. Report submitted by Lark Wilson, game warden stationed in Muskogee County.

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