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Okuma Coronado Saltwater Spinning Reels

   

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CD-40A

Left/Right

4.5:1

Line Capacity:
12/170

Ball Bearings:
4+1

Max Drag:
20 Lbs.

Recovery:
28.0"

Reel Weight (oz):
12
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CD-55A

Left/Right

4.5:1

Line Capacity:
15/240

Ball Bearings:
4+1

Max Drag:
24 Lbs.

Recovery:
30.0"

Reel Weight (oz):
16.7
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CD-65A

Left/Right

4.8:1

Line Capacity:
20/320

Ball Bearings:
4+1

Max Drag:
31 Lbs.

Recovery:
34.0"

Reel Weight (oz):
23.6
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CD-80A

Left/Right

4.8:1

Line Capacity:
25/280

Ball Bearings:
4+1

Max Drag:
33 Lbs.

Recovery:
34.0"

Reel Weight (oz):
24.7
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  • Excellent live bait reel
  • Patented auto-trip bait feeding system
  • Lightweight graphite body
  • Machined-aluminum spool
  • Rigid forged-aluminum handle
  • 4 shielded stainless steel ball bearings
  • Brass pinion gear
  • Multi-disc, Japanese oiled-felt drag washers

A bait fisherman’s dream, the Coronado Spinning Reel incorporates Okuma’s patented auto-trip bait feeding system, which completely disengages the spool to allow a free run for your live bait. Meanwhile, a second micro-adjustable drag at the rear of the Coronado reel lets you apply as much spool tension as you want throughout the process, and features an On/Off lever to switch back to the main drag system for fighting your fish. The entire reel is treated with Okuma’s Corrosion Resistant Coating process and features the Hydro Block watertight drag seal. Features include lightweight graphite body; machined-aluminum spool; rigid forged-aluminum handle; four shielded stainless steel ball bearings; brass pinion gear; multi-disc, Japanese oiled-felt drag washers; and heavy-duty aluminum bail wire.

Line recovery in inches per handle turn.

Rated 4.1 out of 5 by 22 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Good reel Used it for 2 seasons mostly salt water. No issues pulling out heavy scates . I cant recall catching any striped bass larger than 30" with this particular reel. I did catch some large carp with it. Overall it feels solid enough with good smooth drag. My only gripe is that it has a slow retrieve read specifications it is there. I am able to cast it over 100 yards paired with 11' ocean master power stick using 30lb braid and 3oz sinker. I would use it only for bait fishing or chunking. January 15, 2014
Rated 3 out of 5 by CD40a=Maintenance Nightmare This reel is next to impossible to disassemble. I clean my own reels and never have had problems until this one. It is a smooth reel with a nice drag. Bottom line if you are not an expert Okuma service tech plan on paying them for the annual clean and lube. October 15, 2013
Rated 2 out of 5 by Disappointed in Coronado CD55a Have only owned this reel for about 2 years, first problem was that the handle screw consistently worked loose...I was able to fix with some lock-tite...last night I was fishing when the bail screw came loose and all the bushings and bearings fell into the water. Will contact Okuma on Monday to order replacement parts. One of the worse reels I have ever owned :( June 29, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by GREAT REEL!!!! GOT THE 80 SIZE. I AM USING IT TO CATFISH WITH LOVE THE BAITFEEDING SYSTEM. HAVE 2 AVENGER ABF 90.THIS REEL IS VERY STRONG FIRST DAY OUT WITH IT CAUGHT 4 CATS 4 TO 19 POUNDS, REELED THEM IN WITH EASE. THE ONLY THING I DIDN'T LIKE IS THE BODY IS MOSTLY PLASTIC.OVERALL A GREAT REEL AT A GREAT PRICE. December 12, 2012
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1 year, 10 months ago
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This is junk compared to the Shimano...I have both, no comparison
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Not even close. It has a cheap plastic body and an extremely thin piece of plastic connects the reel body to the reel seat mounting point. It is guaranteed to fail. The Okuma Avenger is a heavier built reel and is n't as flimsy; but still doesn't compare to the shimano... "Buy cheap; Buy twice"
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i am not sure how to answer... plugs and lures are not made equal. In any case I would not use baitfeeder reel for anything other than life lining or bait fishing (chunking). But overall this reel will not give you fast retreve and it is heavy, I would look for something else.
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I have no issues with plugs, my 80a I have used several times with poppers, plugs, swim baits, & crank baits. Fishing from the pier I use 80# braid so I have to use heavier lures. The 40a I have spooled with 50# braid and can work even small freshwater lures with no problem. The bait feeder is great tool for plugging when you have other baits out, I get hits on other rods and just put the plugging rod down and flip bait feeder switch on. May be surprised how often another fish will grab a suspended lure just sitting in the water, they can take line and give you time to get back or a buddy to take over.
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New to striper fishing the past few years. Definately want a bait runner but don't want anything too big.
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i am using 55 on 11' rod. I cast ~100 yards with 30lb braid. On these casts my reel is half full which makes me feel OK if the tide takes line out or the fish will. If you plan to fish heavier braid or if you choose to fish mono I would go with 65. it also has better drag and retrieve, all depends on the line you plan to use... Please remember this is a slow reel, plan on spending time to retrieve your line.
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The 55 should be a good size for surf casting, the 65 and 80 are pretty big. I had the 55 and sold it to my buddy when I got an 80. He uses it for strippers here in jersey, he absolutely loves it.
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How much Line is Picked up per Handle Turn? Or Recovery per tern
2 years, 7 months ago
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On the product description page it shows:

40a---28"
55a---30"
65a---34"
80a---34"
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1 year, 6 months ago
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no. you will hear faint sound not good as strike indicator.
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The reel does have a bait clicker.
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yeah, this reel does have a baitrunner that works really good.
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The drag setting for the live lining has a clicker as does the straight drag setting.
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Yes and it works great.
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I have been fishing big cats fore about 30 years. I can tell you about line, I have tryed about every line out there over the years and have spent alot of money as much as $54.00 for 300 yards. About 15 years ago I was on a 3 day fishing trip and hooked on to this fish that took out alot of line on me and got me hung up had to cut the line. I did not bring any extra with me, so the guy that was helping me to land this fish said I have some line you can use. It was called andy line, he only had 20lb so I used it did not catch a fish on it , but asked him if this is a good line he said thats all he uses, he also said that andy line holds 900 line records so I looked it
up and they did. when I found this out I didn't run out and buy a bunch of it needed to try it for my self, what has all ways worked for me I stay with. when I caught a 27lb flat head on 20lb andy line mono I was sold, to this day that is all I use, work the fish make sure knots are tied very good, and you will have no problem landing the big fish, look up andy co and see for your self. Good tangle free braided cost about about $54.00 and andy 20lb mono 600 yards $11.00, so have fun and catch big fish.
As of 2006 andy line co holds over 1400 line records.
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i would definetly use braid line and i would use yellow color as its easier to see and keeps you from getting hung up when livelining around bridge pilings or other structures. i would use a fluorocarbon or mono leader however.
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Only use the highest pound strength of braid when surf fishing.
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no one will answer this question. it is kind of personal and has many variables
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I just bought the 80a and i use it for everything. Its a big reel. I have used it for surf casting and it works great.
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I have a Shimano Bait Runner that is awesome! You get what you pay for and fishing is more enjoyable with the best equipment.
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