Okuma CW-303D Cold Water Line Counter Reel

Okuma CW-303D Cold Water Line Counter Reel

Price: $119.99

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Model
TD Code
Gear RatioWeightLine RetrieveMax DragMono Capacity
diameter (in)
Price
CW-303D
OKM-0305
4:2:120oz24in20lbs15/510
20/420
25/310
$119.99 USD
Okuma Cold Water Linecounter Reels feature corrosion resistant frame and side plates. The Cold Water series from Okuma are comprised of quality external components including, an aluminum spool engage lever, ratcheting aluminum star drag, a titanium coated wide-mouth levelwind, machined aluminum spool and a stamped aluminum power handle featuring an ergonomic non-slip rubber grip.

The Okuma Cold Water Linecounter Reels also feature quality internal components such as; heavy-duty machine cut brass gears, dual anti-reverse system and a full Carbonite drag system. The internal components are held solidly in place with the Okuma Mechanical Stabilization System, a one-piece hold plate that maintains long term alignment of the gears and shafts.
  • Machined Aluminum spool
  • Quick-Set anti-reverse, 1-way bearing
  • Precision cut, heavy duty brass gears
  • Titanium coated level wind
  • Oversized, smooth multi-disc Carbonite Drag system
  • Ergonomic, oversized knob
  • Line Counter measuring line in feet
  • Large Star Drag mechanism
  • Line Clicker
3.5 Stars based on 2 reviews
By Jessie
nj
I have used used line counter reels before
August 4, 2018
and kind of have to say they are useless unless you need, and i mean need a line counter!
By cristian
Lake worth, FL
This ok reel
April 22, 2015
This reel is ok for the money I really only like the counting part or I wouldn't get it
2 Questions & 2 Answers
Gordon
from Washington state asked:
July 21, 2014
Is this a level wind reel?
1 Answers
Yes, it is a level wind.
Customer Service
on July 22, 2014

Paul
from Cape cod asked:
May 25, 2014
What is the difference between the "d" and the DMX models?
1 Answers
The DLX are left handed reels.
Customer Service
on May 26, 2014

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