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Offshore Angler™ Inshore Extreme® Spinning Reel

   

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IEX50

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5.1:1

Line Capacity:
10/255

Braid Capacity:
30/290

Ball Bearings:
5+1

Max Drag:
22 Lbs.

Recovery:
39.9"

Reel Weight (oz):
11
  • $89.99

  • SKU: 1645607

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  • Solid aluminum frame
  • Forged-aluminum spool with double-anodized lip
  • Machined-aluminum handle
  • Oversized brass line roller with titanium nitride coating
  • 5 sealed stainless steel ball bearings plus roller bearing
  • Water-resistant sealed multi-disk drag
  • Stainless steel main shaft

The great looks simply hide the beast within. Strong and tight, the Offshore Angler Inshore Extreme Spinning Reel just feels right on every cast. The frame is solid aluminum, light and flex-free; the forged aluminum spool has a double-anodized lip; the handle is machined-aluminum. Oversized brass line roller with titanium nitride coating; five sealed stainless steel ball bearings plus roller bearing; water-resistant sealed multi-disk drag; stainless steel main shaft. Weight: 11.0 oz. Line capacity: 12 lbs./200 yds. Line recovery: 39.9" per handle turn. Gear ratio: 5.1:1. Max drag: 22 lbs.

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Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 9 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Inshore extreme reel Great reel. It can cast a mile even in the wind. Extremely strong. Spanish mackerel, lady fish, and big blues don't stand a chance. June 24, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by Offshore Angler™ Inshore Extreme® Spinning Reel Reel is smooth as butter and fast retrieve. Spooled with 300 yd. power pro 30lb. and room for more. Fished river and landed 8lb. Blue Cat no problem. Went to lake next week and bail was inoperable, returned for replacement, the handle has too much flex and looks like might be prone to fail, only weak spot I see. Must remember to let the rod do the fight not the reel. Other than this it seems to be exceptional. I really want to like this reel. May 9, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Reel This was an awesome reel the best I have ever had - I love it. February 21, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great Reel I purchased the Inshore Extreme about 6 months ago and it has to be one of my best purchases of my life. This reel is built to stand up to saltwater, I've dropped it completely in saltwater multiple times and it still performs like brand new! (Of course cleaning it in fresh water after every use) I've caught 17 pound snook, 24 pound stingray, Goliath and gag grouper, trout, snapper, red fish, and any other inshore fish you can think of! Basically after every fish I catch it performs perfect every time, great drag system and it is FAST! I would recommend this to anyone who needs a inshore saltwater fishing reel, this reel is a steal at 89.99! August 12, 2012
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if you're throwing lures, then braided line. I like stealth by spiderwire. if bait fishing, then mono. try momoi or gamma
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Hi, thank you for your inquiry. Choosing the best brand of saltwater fishing line can depend a lot on personal preference. The best fishing lines combine sensitivity for feeling the bite of a fish, strength to resist breaks under tension and stiffness to maintain drag during retrievals. Monofilament is a popular choice for saltwater anglers because of its versatility and low price. This design offers strength and resistance while providing sensitivity and stretch. Braided fishing lines make an excellent choice for saltwater anglers in search of big sport fish. The line is made by weaving synthetic fibers to make a line that is ultrathin and sensitive. Fluorocarbon combines strength, durability, stiffness and invisibility into one fishing line. The sensitivity is increased by the stiffness and low stretch, allowing you to cast into deeper water. Also, try Fusion, which are made from a fusion process that results in micro-fiber nylon being fused together. The process results in high sensitivity, strength and low diameter. Fusion lines have enough stiffness to provide easy casting and durability.
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I'd like to spool this with 6# or 8# test for So. Cal Surf fishing. Does this reel come in a smaller size?
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I have one spooled with 17 pound test and it works well
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Use mine on rods from 6' boat to 12' Penn Torque for bank casting. The reel is small and holds plenty of braid with 22 lbs of drag and feel great on any rod I've put it on.
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Try a 7' Med Action..... its a great reel. and a if you match it with a quality rod youll be very happy. The Bass Pro Extreme Spinning would be a good match
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I'm sure it can be changed, as most reel manufactures considering this when designing the reel
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Yes, it is very easy, just unscrew the knob on the opposite side of the reel handle and just flip the positions of the knob and the reel handle.
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Yes, you can swap the handle to either side.
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I've been using a pretty basic offshore angler rod/reel combo I bought a few years back to catch fish along the surf in Mexico on trips there. Many times I would like to cast another 20 yards or so to get out to a school just beyond the surf line. Looking to upgrade to another combo or just a reel that will help me get more distance, throwing 1 to 2 oz. spoons and lures in the surf along the beach. Thanks!
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If you spool it up with lighter pound test braid you can cast anything extremely far, the lighter pound test the farther you can cast.
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For more casting distance i would go with all the models from 25 and down
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