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Okuma Solterra Levelwind Lever Drag Reels

   

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SLR-10L

Right

4.2:1

Line Capacity:
15/460

Ball Bearings:
5+1

Max Drag:
22 Lbs.

Recovery:
29.0"

Reel Weight (oz):
24.1
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SLR-15L

Right

4.2:1

Line Capacity:
20/550

Ball Bearings:
5+1

Max Drag:
22 Lbs.

Recovery:
29.0"

Reel Weight (oz):
25.5
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SLR-20L

Right

3.5:1

Line Capacity:
25/620

Ball Bearings:
5

Max Drag:
33 Lbs.

Recovery:
32.0"

Reel Weight (oz):
39.5
  • $169.99

  • SKU: 1643562

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Extremely powerful yet very lightweight lever drag reel. The Okuma Solterra Levelwind Lever Drag Reels incorporate smooth and durable stainless steel gears with a drop down gear box, providing speed, power, and comfort. The Solterra Reel features a fully adjustable Magnetic Cast Control System as well as a lightweight corrosion-resistant graphite frame, forged-aluminum anodized spool, heat-resistant Carbonite drag system, 5HPB+1RB Stainless bearing drive system on all models except SLR-20L which has only 5HPB, quick-set anti-reverse roller bearing, dual anti-reverse system, ergo-grip-handle knob design, and tri-coated strong-arm level wind system.

  • Extremely powerful yet very lightweight
  • Lightweight corrosion-resistant graphite frame
  • Forged-aluminum anodized spool
  • Heat-resistant Carbonite drag system
  • Incorporates smooth stainless steel gears
  • Fully adjustable Magnetic Cast Control System
Okuma Solterra Levelwind Lever Drag Reels 4.8 5 15 15
Good Reel I got this reel 3 weeks ago and I used it to go fishing in the Delta Waters in CA. I hooked a 46inch Sturgeon with it and the reel proformed nicely . Lever drag is real nice and magnetic cast control works well. I would buy Okuma reel again June 1, 2009
red snapper had no chance this reel is the best reel i have ever used for big game and it works excellent in fresh or saltwater.this reel has so meny options of how you want to work your reel and a great clicker this reel could handle anything July 29, 2012
Great reel for price Bought two of the 15L reel that holds 310 yards of line and paired it up with a Penn stand up rod. Great quality of a reel from Okuma for the price!!! The lever drag system is very smooth and you could crank down with a lot of lbs of torque. Nice oversized reel handle and line guide for braid line or mono. The 15L is just the right size for trolling and drift fishing. Finally got to test it out all week fishing off Palm Beach, Fl. Caught plenty of Bonita, Blackfin tuna, Big Barracudas, Mahi and Sailfish. The best fight of the week was a 43 lbs. mahi as it jumped all around and made some nice runs. July 16, 2010
Fantastic Reel I just received the Okuma Solterra SLR-15L and paired it with an Offshore Angler Power Stick stand up rod. I spooled it with 400 yards of 65 lb Power Pro braid and 100 ft of 80lb mono leader which maxed it out, so I think the line capacity is a little lower than stated. I immediately used it for a an offshore trip between 100 and 130 miles offshore at the Boomvang, Nansen and Hoover semi-submersible rigs. This reel handled big fish with ease and was a pleasure to use. We stopped short on a rock pile on the edge of the continental shelf and I pulled up 7 vermillion snappers (beeliners), 2 20 pound red snappers (couldn't keep them- the season was closed), a rock hind grouper, and a 56 lb Warsaw grouper. The reel handled these fish with ease, but I do wish it was a two speed or had a higher gear ratio because cranking up bottom fish from 270 ft is slower than I would like. Then out to the deep rigs where it was really put to the test on tuna. I was speed jigging (again a higher gear ratio would have been great as I had to reel very fast) and landed 9 blackfin tuna from 8-22 lbs between 150 and 350 ft deep. The reel test came with the 127 lb yellowfin tuna I landed. The reel handled the job with no problems and I was able to land the fish in around 12 minutes with the drag locked down. When I got back the drag was scaled at 32 lbs, a lot more than the advertised 22 lbs. I also caught what we estimated to be a 60 lb yellowfin with ease. This reel has the features and can hang with most if not all of the $300-$400 reels on the market. January 26, 2015
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It has magnetic cast control but it doesn't help too much. A Great deal of thumb control is required to prevent massive backlashes.
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yes this reel does it works nice its not as good as avet magic cast but it works
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Is the adjustment for casting to avoid backlashing the same as with the Penn GTO 220?
I have purchased the 15, I do enjoy the conventional style for casting as well as trolling. Will this reel, give me maximum distance in casting for surf or pier style fishing? I will be spooling 80lb braid. Hopefully this reel will funtion well with braid line?
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I would not recommend this reel purely as a casting reel. it is much better suited to deep dropping as it can backlash easily even when just dropping a weighted lure straight down in free spool.
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if the line goes on tight the reel will never backlash and use heavy weight 3oz sinker
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Whats the max drag?

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It states the max drag is 22 pounds, but after fisghting large yellowfin tuna I knew this couldn't be right and actually scaled mine at 32lbs drag before it slipped.
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Models SLR 10L and SLR 15L maximum drag is 22. Model SLR 20L maximum drag is 32.
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22 pounds
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Unfortunately, Bass Pro Shops only sells the right handed model.
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Yes, it does.
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Yes, it does have a clicker.
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yes and a loud one
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Yes. Has a good clicker that will keep
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left in free-spool. I used it on a pier while
also fishing a lighter rig: left it in free-spool with clicker on and kept me from losing the rig.
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I own the 15L it has a very strong clicker and loud.
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Yes, I use Power Pro 65 lb test on mine for tuna fishing.
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you can use whatevers kind of line you want braid , mono , florocarbon if you use braid you will get a lot more yards than with florocarbon or mono hope this was helpful p.s. this reel cast mono best
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Yes, power pro would be fine with this reel. I usually put on a 100 ft. wind on mono top shot in lieu of a shock leader. Max drag is 22# for both the 10L and 15L, 15# at strike.
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not at all. it is closest to the 113h, which is a 4/0
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i would say yes
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Having used both reels, in my opinion this reel is far superior to the 144h in most aspects. The 144h does cast a little better if you are looking for a pure casting set up, but otherwise the Okuma is better at everything else. It is fantastic for deep dropping, and pretty good at freestyle jigging, but I would like to see it have a higher gear ratio for freestyle jigging applications - not that the 144h has a better gear ratio.
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not in any way
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this reel is great you can use it for any big strong fish i do recomend this
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The 10 may be a little large for constant casting on the heavy baits. It is definitely doable though.
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also is it able to have a rod clamp or does it come with one. one last thing, does anyone think it would bee a good reel for light freestyle jigging.
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Yes, it does have a clicker.
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Okuma typically packages their conventional reels with a rod clamp. They also make a high-speed version without the level-wind for freestyle jigging, but I haven't found it on BPS....
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Yes it does have a clicker, oversized stainless steel ratchet style.
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