Browning® Fishing Citori® Baitcast Reels
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- Tough, one-piece aluminum frame
- Machined-aluminum drilled V spool
- Eight-bearing system with Powerlock instant anti-reverse
- Radial Tuned Braking centrifugal cast control
- Magnum Drag six-disc carbon-Teflon/stainless steel drag
One of the great names in the outdoors, Browning has quietly been crafting superior fishing gear for a long time. Dedicated anglers know they can trust established brands like Citori. This latest reel line has been expanded, the body design has been adjusted to make the reel more compact, and the top features that make Citori so popular have been carried over. Features include a tough one-piece aluminum frame with machined-aluminum drilled V-spool, smooth eight-bearing system with double-shielded stainless steel spool bearings and Powerlock™ instant anti-reverse, externally-adjustable Radial Tuned Braking centrifugal cast control, Magnum Drag six-disc carbon-Teflon®/stainless steel drag, Ti-coated line guide, and double-anodized drilled aluminum recurved handle with soft rubber knob.
Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 55
Rated 4 out of 5 by ky1997le Great Reel
My dad got this reel for me a year and a half ago and i have to say this is one of the best reels that i have used the reason i gave it a 4 star review is that the spool button does not function properly sometimes but very rarely. when it happens the button either does not go all the way down or when you engage the reel the button will not come all the way up. when the button does not go all the way down it causes it to make a grinding sound when i cast. when the button does not come all the way up it lets the handle slip. every thing else works great esp the drag it is very smooth and strong. it does not backlash very much only if you fling it right into the ground once u get it dialed in.
February 20, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by RAVEN87 ok reel for the price
This reel is ok for beginners, it does have a bit of a "buzz" when casting, but that may be due to the way the spool is designed. But if you want the same reel under the Bass Pro name, and no casting "buzz" get the Bass Pro Shops Nitro Tournament Z, these two reels are identical, just a little different color, no buzz when casting it, and the BPS Nitro Z is now $20 cheaper ($59.99) than the Browning. Compare the two and try to find a difference other than cosmedic and the name. I have both reels, bought the BPS from a friend used and the Browning from a friend unused, and the BPS is the better of the two.....for some odd reason.
January 25, 2012
Rated 2 out of 5 by Rhino0225 For beginners
I have this reel but mine also has a flipping switch.the switch is very cheaply made would not recommend
That you use the switch but overall I landed a bunch of good fish with it won a tournament with it but I'm still not impressed with the price for the quality of the reel hope this was helpfull
January 21, 2012
Rated 2 out of 5 by dovans I dont think so
used this real for about an hour and it started sticking. Started making a loud buzzing noise upon casting. Once you started reeling it in the reel would stick, and if you shook the reel it would start operating smoothly again. I will be returning this reel and exchanging it for another reel.
October 8, 2011
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