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Our Offshore Angler™ Inshore Extreme® Low-Profile Baitcast Reel is the reel that operates on the "extreme" end of the scale when it comes to inshore pursuits; the one that pushes strength and durability to the limit, yet offers the precision needed to present the most delicate bait to the most defined spot perfectly. We built our Inshore Extreme Low-Profile Reel beefy--really beefy--to give you the confidence to target big fish without resorting to oversized tackle. The internal gearing is over the top; both the pinion gear and the crank shaft are solid brass, for power you can rely on in the heat of battle. We used high-strength aluminum for the rigid 1-piece frame and sidecovers; both the power handle and drag star are forged aluminum; and the extra-deep wide spool is fully machined-aluminum as well, for casting performance you won't find in any other inshore reel. The 6-bearing system includes double-shielded, stainless steel bearings that won't yield to corrosion, plus PowerLock™ instant anti-reverse. Externally adjustable centrifugal braking system for precise lure placement in any conditions. With its nick-proof titanium nitrided line guide and overbuilt 6-disc drag that delivers up to 16.5 lbs. of drag power, the Inshore Extreme is the reel of choice for the trophy seeker!
Good Multi-use Baitcaster
This reel is great for catching reds, specks, and jacks in saltwater applications. And it is also suitable for throwing heavier bass lures. Has proven itself very reliable the past few years.
July 15, 2012
LONG RUNS. NO PROM-LEM-O!!
I can say ,this reel should give you a added edge on MR.STRIPER and all his other BIG BUDDYS.And not give a case of tunnelcarple in a days fishing.I plan to cast while fishing,and that is why I picked this model.At 9.7oz. with that deep spool full of of heavy line,and 161/2 lb.s of brakes.You can give most (Bass) a lesson in wakeboarding.This is a well made reel for the money. It has a very good crank handle.And the finsh over all. Is very good.Casting ? I can tell you this. All and I mean ALL the baitcasters I have had. , In some 46yr.s of casting I can make a mess of.Anyone that tells you they don"t is full of it.This reel does just fine casting.
January 10, 2011
Great saltwater baitcast
I recently purchased this reel at the hampton va location and am extremely pleased so far. It is the smoothest reel that i have and its power is off the charts. It is perfect for fishing for anything from specks to 50 lb stripers. The adjustable brakes and clutch allow the fisherman to easily fine-tune for the perfect cast and to minimize backlashes. This reel matches up perfectly with the brand new st croix mojo inshore, which is now available at all bass pro locations. I am looking forward to many years of intense battles with giant reds in my home waters of the chesapeake bay.
January 4, 2011
A Decent Saltwater Choice
I have been using this reel frequently since the day after Christmas. I have caught many black drum, a few redfish, and a large bluefish that measured 32". This reel casts fairly well except when casting directly into the wind. In that case i had some difficulty with backlash. The drag on this reel is superb. It is ridiculously strong, while still being quite smooth. This reel feel pretty good in my hand, although i have somewhat larger than average hands. Its not too heavy for being a saltwater reel. The durability of this reel is just average though. This reel seems to get a relative amount of water seep through between the spool and the frame. Also, if any dirt or sediment gets between the spool and frame, it will feel like its falling apart. Other than that, i am very pleased with my purchase and it looks sick on my Skeet Reese rod.
May 2, 2010
This would definitely be a good option for both. It has the power and line capacity for good saltwater performance, and it has enough finesse to throw freshwater baits. If you are looking to throw really light baits, I recommend going to something else.
7ft.6in. HV.FLIPPIN STICK. for nasty up close work,and 7ft. HV.to cast swimbaits. You can use any rod you want as far as that goes.But to play with MR.BIG.you need a power pole.Why have 16 and one half pounds of drag and not use it?
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