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Offshore Angler™ Ocean Master® Inshore Baitcaster Low-Profile Baitcast Reel

   

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OM20HA

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6.4:1

Line Capacity:
12/230

Ball Bearings:
7+1

Max Drag:
17 Lbs.

Recovery:
28.0"

Reel Weight (oz):
10.5
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  • Compact yet powerful low-profile frame
  • Deep, wide spool for easy casting and even line lay
  • 1-piece aluminum frame
  • Anodized forged aluminum spool  
  • 8-bearing system plus instant anti-reverse
  • Adjustable Radial Tuned Braking system  
  • 6-disc drag stack delivers up to 16.5 lbs. of drag pressure   
Our Ocean Master Inshore Baitcaster Low-Profile Baitcast Reel is going to be all over the inshore scene this year. It packs the performance of our acclaimed Ocean Master round reels into a compact--but no less powerful--low-profile palmable frame for easier handling of bull reds, trophy snook, big snappers, and more. The deep, wide spool offers easy casting and even line lay on the retrieve, and whether you load it with mono or braid you'll appreciate the extra line capacity. Built for bear on a 1-piece aluminum frame, with an anodized forged aluminum spool, powerful stamped aluminum handle, and an 8-bearing system featuring double-shielded stainless steel ball bearings plus instant anti-reverse. Externally adjustable centrifugal braking system for precise lure placement in any conditions. The 6-disc drag stack delivers up to 16.5 lbs. of drag pressure--enough to turn anything you're likely to encounter. Weight: 9.55 oz. Line capacity: 14 lb./174 yds. Line recovery: 28'' per handle turn. Gear ratio: 6.4:1.

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Rated 4.1 out of 5 by 15 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Easy to cast! I just received this reel a few weeks ago! I did not have a chance to use it a lot, but the little I have fished with it, it seems to work very well. Out of the box, it is a big reel! But it is not that hard to palm, I do not have big hands and it was easy to hang on to! It holds over two hundred yards of twelve pound test line, which is what i wanted, great for striped bass when they make a run for it! The reel cast very well! I found it easier to cast than the Abu Garcia sx I sent back! The only overrun I had was my fault. The braking system works very well, had no problem casting in the wind, with a cross wind, with Rapala ratlin' raps, all the way down to 1/4 oz. jig heads. And with a one ounce lure, it cast a country mile! I am new to baitcasting, and with this reel, I seem to be a bit more accurate in my casts, don't know for sure if its me or the reel, probably the reel, but either way it works for me! The only reason I gave it a four star review is I don't now how it will last. I take very good care of my fishing equipment, rinse in fresh water as soon as possible, and oil and lube it a couple times a season. So only time will tell. But up till now, it works very well! Tight lines, and be safe! December 27, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by Heavy Duty for a Great Price This reel has an amazing cast, very smooth drag no skipping or slipping, Fill this reel up with 12lb mono for freshwater and you can catch 40 inch rocks all day, caught a trophy smallie on this paired with the 6'6'' MH Shimano Volteaus rod. Surf Fishing and Ocean pier fishing is great as well pair it with a daiwa beefstick and 20-30lb braid and you'll be more than prepared to pull those big ocean monsters in. June 2, 2010
Rated 4 out of 5 by solid reel I have had the opportunity to use the reels this spring fishing for reds and specks and found the reels were smooth, light weight and easy to cast. Fishing into a stiff wind does cause more backlash problems than I like even with fine tuning the adjustments but overall a good reel. May 3, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by inshore 25# or less caught 8 sand bass 1 25"halibut 1 ST time worked great. Mike March 22, 2010
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what is the warranty

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The reel has a one year limited warranty! If something goes wrong with the reel, and if it was a defective part bass pro will either fix it or replace it! They have a very good warranty service!
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I have paired this reel with a 7' medium heavy, fast action Bass pro shop Bionic Blade XPS trigger rod! This set up works well for me, and for what I fish for!

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Tight lines, and be safe!
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Please see the Inshore Baitcaster Low-Profile Baitcast Reel/Inshore Extreme® Casting Rod Combos.
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Brake system!

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How easy is the centrifugal,magnetic brake system, to set? Does this system work better than either one individual systems by itself?
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its a 2 step operation you would have to st both so its not more difficult just takes longer to find the proper setting I like to have only centrifugal but that's just me
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it has a spool pressure on the handle side and a magnet spool brake on the opposite side for slowing it down before it hits the water. if you ajust both sides just right then u can cast it a mile and never get a rats nest.
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The level wind stays stationary when you cast! As to which is better, move when you cast or not, is up to your preferences. Once you have mastered a baitcasting reel, I don't think it makes much of a difference! Maybe a little, but for the few extra yards you may gain doesn't make much of a difference unless the only thing you want is distance. I'd ratter have accuracy over distance! Hope this helps?

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The levelwind mechanism should move from side to side when retrieving your lure.
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We bought the OceanMaster Casting Reel OM20HA. There were no instructions or guidelines in the box when we received the reel. My husband is wanting to understand how to make a change in the 6-disc drag system in case we need to do that. He would really like to have a breakdown on how to do that and how to take this apart.
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I think you can go on their website and see if they have schematics but it souldn;t be too hard just tacke the handle off and open the side plate just remember to lay down every part in sequence as you take it off so that you will be able to put it back together again
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See poskwally's response regarding how to adjust the drag system. To obtain the instructions and schematic for your reel, please call 1-800-227-7776 and provide the model number. I'm sorry the instructions were not in the box.
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I don't have this reel but I am looking into buying one or maybe the model just below this one. But I do know that the drag setting on baitcast reels are pretty much all the same. Just turn the star adjustment just inside the handle to tighten and loosen the drag. There is no need to take the reel apart to adjust the drag. When you get line on the reel try to pull some line out to see how the drag is set. Then tighten or loosen the star to set it at your desired starting point. If you need to change it on the fly, tightening will give you more drag pressure and loosening will give you less drag pressure. I wouldn't take the reel apart unless you needed to give it a good cleaning and lubrication.
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Good swimbait reel?

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Will this reel do well handling 10oz swimbaits?
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I don't think so. 10oz might be too heavy for this reel. In my experience, I have used up to 3oz jigs and large swimbaits casting to strippers with 12lb test line. Once hooked up (my largest stripper using this setup was about 22lbs) this reel didn't seem to crack-a-sweat (I did), but it was a good test. I'll try heavier swimbaits this spring to try and get you a better answer, but I think 10oz might be too heavy.
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It Will handle them ok but personally I would go with something a little beefier
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