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ZO2PRO

Left/Right

3.4:1

Line Capacity:
6/85

Ball Bearings:
6+1

Reel Weight (oz):
10.5
  • $74.99

  • SKU: 1843841

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ZO3PROBX

Left/Right

3.4:1

Line Capacity:
10/85

Ball Bearings:
7
  • $79.99

  • SKU: 1761312

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The Zebco® Omega® Pro Spincast Reel is 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.

  • 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
Zebco® Omega® Pro Spincast Reels 4.6 5 23 23
Had to do it Fishing a small local lake when my wife hooked into a huge rainbow. While I grabbed for the net, and the fish took a running jump, her faithful Zebco decided to leave the rod. Leaving her with one hand on the rod and the other hand holding the dangling reel she somehow brought the fish to the boat where I expertly netted it. 4 Lb bow was released to fight again and wife immediately decided her 20 year old Zebco had enough. The new Zebco is perfect and our shopping experience was great as usual at Bass Pro Shops. September 27, 2012
Great reel After a couple months hard fishing-5 stars for ZEBCO!! Finally someone is producing a quality spincasting reel. Smooth, quiet and tough enough to haul in the lunkers. Will be ordering more. Back to the lake...see ya. September 8, 2012
Not son great For the money, I guess I expected a decent reel. This reel is extremly jerky, not smooth at all. September 3, 2012
WOW THIS REEL IS REAL NICE I have used alot of spincast reels and by far this is the best. It's so smooth its amazing. It also looks amazing alot better than in the pictures. July 23, 2012
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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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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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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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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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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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Auto bait alert? No
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I have two of the original Omega Z03s and love them. I would like to get the new one, Omega Z03 Pro depending on what the improvements or changes are.
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I only have ZO3 Pro's, but these seem to be the differences: 1. Weight: ZO3 Pro is lighter (10.5 oz. compared to 13 oz.) 2. Gear ratio: ZO3 Pro is 3.4:1=21" per turn; ZO3 is 2.9:1=18" per turn 3. ZO3 Pro offers 2 options for the handle, a single and a double paddle. Other than that there are no other differences that I know of.
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The pro is a nice black, and is lighter weight. 10.5 oz compared to 13.2 oz
The pro comes with two handles, the black handle being much lighter.
The pro has a 3:4:1 gear ratio where the omega has a 2:9:1 gear ratio.
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