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Zebco® Omega® Pro Spincast Reels

   

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ZO2PRO

Left/Right

3.4:1

Line Capacity:
6/85

Ball Bearings:
6+1

Reel Weight (oz):
10.5
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ZO3PROBX

Left/Right

3.4:1

Line Capacity:
10/85

Ball Bearings:
7
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  • All-stainless steel 7-bearing system
  • Die-cast aluminum body
  • Aircraft aluminum covers
  • Powerful brass worm gear
  • Continuous Anti-Reverse
  • Triple-cam multi-disc drag
  • Adaptable to right- or left-hand retrieve
  • Quick-change spool system
  • Power & Speed handles
Smooth and powerful, with an advanced, all-stainless steel 7-bearing system. Die-cast aluminum body with aircraft aluminum covers; powerful brass worm gear; Continuous Anti-Reverse; triple-cam multi-disc drag; adaptable to right- or left-hand retrieve. Quick-change spool system with FREE spare spool for fast line switching. Pro models are equipped with Power & Speed handles to give you maximum leverage with hard-pulling lures and heavy fish.  

Line recovery in inches per handle turn.
Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 54 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Longest lasting reel ever! I fish every day, and was continually having to purchase a new reel every few weeks, as I was purchasing the "cheaper" ones in the past. I decided to invest in my Omega Pro, and purchased the 2 year warranty. I LOVE this reel! It ALWAYS works! Tough enough to bring in those 6 and 8 pound bass on the 10 lb. test that came with it! The tension is easy to change up while reeling in a big one... I really think that's important. It's sturdy design allows a smooth reel every time! I've never even had to tighten the handle... I'm going to purchase a few more for my teenagers... Happy fishing! August 13, 2014
Rated 2 out of 5 by I wanted to love it but... I had been reading about these reels and since it's been 20 years since I had a spin cast (and I'm a tackle addict :-)... I really was pumped to get this reel. Drove 70 miles to my nearest BP because I wanted it "now!". Took it out fishing immediately and was immediately disappointed. Yes, it seems to be be built better than the bait casters of yesteryear. Yes, it had a decent drag ( but the adjustment was easily bumped by the hand holding the reel.) . Yes it had reliable line pick-up. No, it did not impress me. Why? First, the drive train was noisy and not very smooth. ( Not nearly as smooth /quiet as most $40 spinning reels). It's heavy. The line was stiff and just HORRIBLE. (I'm betting the line was one of the reasons I couldn't throw a 3/8 ox lure more than 55' with it mounted on a 6' rod.) . As much as I wanted to love it, I just couldn't. It's going back. Bottom line: It's over priced, over weight and under performs as compared to either a spinning or bait casting reel of the same cost. . August 10, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great Product! Very well built. This reel performs very well. Probably 10 bucks more than it should be but I don't think you can find a better spincaster. Smooth mechanism, exceptional casting distance! I Paired it up with BassPro Crankin' 6' BionicBlade rod... a perfect pairing. June 26, 2014
Rated 3 out of 5 by Expensive If price was half then I could up stars. It will have to out last those 1/3 cost reels a long time. I bought it to travel on plane because it has a extra spool. Just have to remember to carry the extra spool with you when fishing to be any good. Reel works good. Rubber push button is different. Now if BP would let me rate this next year then this might be worth reading. Zebco has redone there $25 reels the one with 6# line is junk now, that is where I put it too. I had 2 of old version and they lasted years. This expensive reel better last. Baitcasters I had cost this much but they don't last better than $25 or less reels June 23, 2014
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Has anyone ever seen the replacement quick-change line spools available separately? Would like to pick up a couple but have not seen them anywhere.
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The reel comes with a free spare spool, they are not sold separately. It may be possible to purchase one through the
Outdoor World Rod and Reel Repair Center - 1-417-873-5274 as a part.
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NO, no spincast reel likes braid.
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The spincast reels I have tried (3 different brands) do not like braided line.
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Darn straight! This reel will handle 50 lb (same dia as 50lb braid) braid.
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Max lbs test for z02?

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Just picked up the z02 and was wondering if replacing the 6lb line with a heavier 8lb line would be too heavy for this size reel?
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No, it will just limit capacity. Stay with the 6#. Most people put on too heavy a line and limit lure/bait action. Just keep the drag adjusted on the light side.
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I have 10lb on mine and it works like a champ!
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I put 17# 100% fluorocarbon on and am not having any issues. The reel is rated for monofilament line - but fluro is much thinner and this reel performs well with heavier fluorocarbon.
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I used 10 and 14 lb test and it works very well on the Omega.
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I didn't think the two I had did very well beyond 8-10 lb. line.
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What is the heaviest you need? Crappie = 6 pound. Channel cats = 8 pound. Stay light.

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I have used 17 lb mono, but any heavier and you really limit line capacity. It will handle 17 easily.
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Never use anything heavier than 8 pound line on a standard size spin-cast reel. I use 4 and it casts a mile.
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The ProBX version has two handles. One single handle [shown in ad] and a double handle one too. I like the double. The ZO2 is a mini version of the ZO3 Pro.
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The Z02 is smaller than the Z03. The Pro version is black rather than silver and has the extra crank handle otherwise mechanically the same and spools are interchangeable.
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After examing Zebco's Omega Pro and Omega reels and realizing the Omega Pro Z02 was significantly smaller and lighter than the Z03, I obtained the following information from Tech Support at Zebco:
The spool dia of the Z02 is about 2/3 that of the Z03 and therefore the retrieval rate on the Z02 is about 14" compared to 21" per turn on the Z03. The Z02 weighs about 8.5 oz compared to the Z03 at 10.5oz. I was also told that in order to achieve the weight reduction from the Omega series, the Omega Pros use high quality aluminum alloy gears instead of the brass used in the Omega series reels.
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No, it's made of what seems to be hardened rubber, kind of like a car tire, should be the last thing to go.
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No, but it may still break somewhere else. Get a levelwind unless this purchase is for you 8 year old daughter.

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It's soft rubber coated. I haven't had any wear on mine. Even if it does wear out eventually, that rubber coated button is very inexpensive and easy to replace. See #18 on the parts list below. All parts are readily available on the net. The whole button assempbly is like $1.44 but I don't know how much they charge to ship it.

Replacement Parts
Tag Name Part # Qty Used Price
1 Front Cover Assy ZO3pro QE324-03 1 $14.79
2 Spinner Head Assy ZO3pro QE310-03 1 $10.80
3 Spool Assy ZO3pro QE321-01 1 $3.34
4 Spool Carrier Assy ZO3pro QE3189-01 1 $4.31
5 Bearing Ret ZO3pro QE116-01 1 $0.32
6 Bearing key #6 ZO3 QE017-01 1 $2.32
7 A/Rev Clutch ZO3pro NR112-01 1 $5.93
8 Back Cover Screw ZO3pro QE130-01 2 $0.65
9 Body ZO3pro QE001-03 1 $12.61
10 Drag Spring ZO3pro QE064-01 1 $0.42
11 Screw ZO3pro QERR131-01 5 $0.28
12 Drag Wheel ZO3pro QE032-01 1 $2.60
13 Drive Gear & Pinion Kit ZO3pro QE4012-03 1 $13.77
14 Screw ZO3pro QERR132-01 2 $0.23
15 Oscilator ZO3pro QE085-01 1 $0.46
16 Washer ZO3pro QERR111-01 1 $0.28
17 O/S Screw ZO3pro QE102-01 1 $0.74
18 Thumb Button ZO3pro QE009-01 1 $1.44
19 Back Cover ZO3pro QE023-03 1 $7.88
20 Bearing ZO2-3 QE026-01 2 $7.00
21 Spacer ZO3pro QE106-02 1 $0.70
22 Handle Assy ZO3 PRO VN318-01 1 $10.99
23 Crank Rod Nut Assy ZO3pro QE369-02 1 $0.74
24 Crank Nut Cover ZO2 QE095-01 1 $0.42
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Button is covered with rubber and seals out moisture/dirt.
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I just bought an Omega Pro Z03 and promptly took it apart to check it out. The push button IS plastic. See picture of the interior of the back cover. The plastic flexes when the button is pushed. The radius of the bend is very large so I would expect a long life but time will tell.
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These seem to be a lot more like quality reels than the old Zebco... like the 33, 909, 808 or uggggh 202. If it is plastic, it is a lot stronger. I've put well over 500 casts on mine with no issues....but i'll see as time goes by.
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I don't think so. The Omega and Omega Pro reels do not have any plastic components and are very well built.
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just measured my Omega at 17"
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About 14" per turn.
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I layed the rod and Zo3 pro on a table and had a weight attatched laying on the floor. I reeled the handle one turn. I measured 18 1/2" from floor to botom of weight.

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about 21" on the Omega Pro Z03 and about 14" on the Omega ProZ02
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As best I can tell, my ZO3PRO picks up about 21" per turn.
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does the spool osilate ?

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No, the outer ceramic pickup spins around the spool.
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Yes, it is an oscillating spool.
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Yes. According to the specs included in the box this reel does have an oscillating spool. From what I can tell the line seems to lay very evenly on the spool.
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how to use Quick-change spool system ive read some reviews that says turn it clockways and others say counter clockways
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First you remove the hood (with the pickup pins in it). I turns counter clockwise and you unscrew it. The spool itself requires a small partial turn clockwise.
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You remove the line winding part counter clockwise, hold the handle tightly. Then do up the drag tight and remove the spool clockwise with a part turn as it is on a bayonet mount.
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Officail instructions on how to change spools:

#1 Unscrew cover
#2 hold crank handle and unscrew spinnerhead
#3 tighten drag to lock down position (+)
#4 turn spool clockwise to unlock and remove
#5 replace spool, turn counter clockwise to lock in place
#6 replace spinnerhead
#7 thread line through front cover, then screw cover on
#8 re-set drag tension
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Is there a bait clicker?
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no bait clicker
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Are you kidding. This reel does not even have a decent drag system. Get a levelwind and never look back. These are for kids and adults with poor casting skills.

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No, it sure don't. That would be a plus though if it did.
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Unfortunately this is not a bait clicker.
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Auto bait alert? No
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