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
  • 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

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.

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FISHING FOR STRIPED BASS AND OFFSHORE FISH i have two of these and would put this reel up against any reel on the market....its smooth and has plenty of power to get the big fish in the boat....i will be purchasing 8 more in the near future....i highly reccommend this awessome reel. January 11, 2014
Good inexpensive lever drag, level wind It's hard to find lever drag, level wind reels. This reel seems to be well made with a decent lever drag. The reel has a carbon fiber frame, but it has an aluminum spool and support rings. It holds plenty of line. I bought mine for my grand kids to use, in the excitement of catching a large fish they may forget to level out the line manually using a conventional reel. Lever drag reels are nice because you can change the drag setting and return it to the original setting easily. May 20, 2013
Good reel for the price I purchased 3 a few years ago thay are excellent trolling reels for salmon, Albco and Yellowtail The clicker springs broke after hard use But are easy to fix I called Okuma to report the week springs. The new reel I purchased last week seems to have a stronger clicker. Mike on the Costa Lotta March 7, 2013
GREAT REEL!!!!!!! I BOUGHT THE 50L LEVELWIND. THIS REEL IS HUGE. HAVE IT SPOOLED WITH 250LB BRAIDED HELD ABOUT 400 YARDS.HAVE NOT HAD IT OUT YET BUT THIS REEL LOOKS AND FEELS LIKE IT CAN HANDLE ANYTHING. LOVE OKUMA REELS December 12, 2012
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I couldn't find this specification on Okuma's web site.
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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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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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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 have a clicker.
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yes and a loud one
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Yes. Has a good clicker that will keep
the spool from turning too easily when
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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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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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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