Okuma CJ-14000 Cedros Spinning Reel

Okuma CJ-14000 Cedros Spinning Reel

Price: $186.99
Model
TD Code
Line Capacity
(yds/lb)
Line RetrieveGear RatioBearingsMax DragWeightPrice
CJ-14000
OKM-0972
690/12
470/16
380/20
45.8 in.5.4:16BB+1RB44 lb.22.9 oz$186.99 USD

Specifically designed for saltwater use. Cedros spinning reels feature a rigid aluminum body and rotor. Okuma's "Dual Force Drag" system for extreme stopping power, and our proprietary "High Density Gearing" with a special corrosion resistant coating. Combine this with a high speed gear ratio and a customized jigging handle and you have one of the best saltwater jig fishing reels on the market.

Okuma CJ-8000 Cedros Spinning Reel Features:

  • Aluminum/Mag alloy construction
  • 6BB + 1RB bearing drive
  • CFR: Cyclonic Flow Rotor
  • Gear ratio: 5.4:1 on all sizes
  • Screw in handle design (Lt/Rt)
  • Dual anti-reverse system
  • Manual bail trip improves longevity
  • Carbonite: Dual Force Drag
  • 44-lbs of maximum drag output
4.5 Stars based on 7 reviews
By TW
Thomasville, GA
Best in the business
June 1, 2020
Great reel. Light and smooth with a great drag
By Jessie
nj
From using other Okuma products this weekend
August 3, 2018
i give this 5 stars as far as quality and looks!
Prosbest bang for your money, if you invest in a Penn and spend the money you will have a lifetime reel.
By Jp
, george western cape
impressive
August 9, 2017
drag is very strong. definitely value for money!
By Alex
California, MD
Very nice reel
May 3, 2015
Very nice reel, strong drag, smooth and very nice handle knob. I recommend it!
By KN
Markham, ON
Okuma Cedros CJ-65
February 5, 2013
A good looking entry level reel good for medium to light application. The drag is okay but it could be improved by using carbon fiber washers. Not sure about it's durability.
ProsWaterproof drag with 31 lb drag power, aluminum frame and rotor. Good value for the money.
ConsA bit heavy at 24.3 oz.
By Capt D.
Boston, Ma
Okuma Cedros 55 spinning reel
November 8, 2012
Bought this reel last year (2011) and was told I wasted my money by friends. Well between last year and this year this reel has stood up to Stripers to 42 LBS and the brutal runs of Bluefish in the 15-18 LB class and not a single flaw! The drag is still smooth and the reel works like the day I bought it! Don't think I wasted my money!
ProsEasy to cast, smooth drag.
ConsThe round knob handle takes a little getting use to. Not a problem though.
By anthony
toms river, new jersey
okuma cedros spinning 55s
October 18, 2012
Great for the surf...
2 Questions & 2 Answers
Matt
from NJ asked:
January 30, 2020
So new that not many reviews out there. Would you class this reel into the Slammer 7500 group?  Could it reliably handle 60-80lb tuna popping much like the slammer? 
1 Answer
The reel as has better Inches per crank then the Slammer.  And yes it can handle tuna that size. 
Submitted by: Ryan Henry on February 5, 2020

Jerry
from San Diego Ca asked:
November 27, 2020
Just got this reel(cj1400). What would be a good rod match for tuna, vertical slow jigging 
1 Answer
I would look into the Shimano Trevala PX 6'6 MH or H rated rods or Shimano Grappler in a similar rating!

Also consider the OTI Pitch Black rods, very high quality rod at a reasonable price

Submitted by: Alex T on November 28, 2020

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