Abu Garcia Zata Baitcasting Reels

Abu Garcia Zata Baitcasting Reels

Price: $189.95
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RetrieveGear RatioLine Per Handle TurnMono Capacity
(lb test/yds)
Braid Capacity
(lb test/yds)
BearingsMax DragPrice
Right Hand7.1:129in10/135
10+120lb$189.95 USD
Left Hand7.1:129in10/135
10+120lb$189.95 USD

Built to serve tournament anglers and weekend warriors equally well, the Abu Garcia Zata Baitcasting Reels offer dependable performance from a sleek and compact design. The Zata is built around a lightweight yet highly rigid graphite frame and sideplate, and is equipped with an ergonomically bent handle and drag star to provide a streamlined and easily palmable package. Equipped with Abu Garcia's Carbon Matrix drag system, the Zata is capable of stopping any bass dead in its tracks with up to 20 lbs of smooth peeling drag pressure. At the Zata's core is a Duragear brass main gear that provides a silky smooth retrieve that will stand the test of time. With a highly adjustable Infini-brake magnetic braking system, anglers can expect optimal casting performance with a wide variety of baits in all conditions. Finally, the reel's one-of-a-kind olive drab finish with black and red accents give it a signature styling that any outdoorsman can appreciate.


  • 10 stainless steel ball bearings + 1 roller bearing provides smooth operation
  • Graphite frame and sideplates
  • Carbon Matrix drag system provides smooth, consistent drag pressure across the entire drag range
  • Duragear brass gear for extended gear life
  • Infini-brake system allows almost limitless adjustability to handle any fishing situation
  • Compact bent handle and star provide a more ergonomic design
  • Lube port for easy access and maintenance
5 Stars based on 1 reviews
By Steven
Washington Court House, OH
Looks and performs amazing
December 6, 2020
Baught this to pair with a savage gear battletek rod paired together looks amazing and cast a mile my go to jerk bait setup
3 Questions & 3 Answers
Daniel gallego
from Comunidad Valenciana asked:
June 23, 2021
Dónde está el soporte para poner el aceite al carrete ,es mejor q el Abu García Ike?  O son similares
1 Answer

El Zata y el Ike son similares. El ike tiene una recuperación más lenta y más poder de arrastre. También he adjuntado el enlace sobre dónde aplicar aceite a los carretes Abu García. Dónde aplicar aceite

The Zata and the Ike are similar. The Ike has a slower retrieve and more drag power. I have also attached the link on where to apply oil to the Abu Garcia Reels. Where to apply oil.

Submitted by: Paul Olah on June 23, 2021

from Chicago ,Illinois asked:
October 14, 2020
Is this saltwater/freshwater reel ?or freshwater only ? 
1 Answer
This reel is mainly designed with freshwater in mind, there aren't many corrosion resistant or well sealed gears in this model. 
Submitted by: Alex T on October 23, 2020

from Stuart, Florida asked:
April 16, 2020
Can it be used in saltwater?
1 Answer
This reel does have some stainless steel components making it more resistant to corrosion. Though this reel is made for bass fishing. If being used on saltwater, take good care of the reel, cleaning it with fresh water after every use. 
Submitted by: Sydney on April 16, 2020


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