Okuma Coronado Saltwater Spinning Reels
- 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.
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