Okuma Komodo SS Low Profile Baitcasting Reels

Okuma Komodo SS Low Profile Baitcasting Reels

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SizeGear RatioBearingsWeightLine RetrieveMax DragMono. Line Capacity (diameter in mm.)Hand RetrievePrice
Right$219.99 USD
Right$249.99 USD
Right$249.99 USD
Right$239.99 USD
Right$269.99 USD
Right$269.99 USD
Left$219.99 USD
Left$249.99 USD
Left$239.99 USD
Left$269.99 USD
2007.3:16BB+1RB7.831.518-20 lb.160 yds. / 12 lb. (0.33)Right$219.99 USD

Okuma Komodo SS Low Profile Baitcasting Reels Features:

  • Side plate operation is same as previous generation
  • Updated Velocity Cast Control system
  • Easier adjustment than previous dial system
  • Side plate operation is same as previous generation
  • Stainless steel main gear for ultimate power & strength
  • Upgraded with precision machine cut stainless steel pinion gear
  • Heavy duty stainless steel drive and spool shaft
  • Rigid aluminum frame and sideplates reduces torque
  • Multi-disc Carbonite drag system for high drag output
  • Synchronized levelwind on both 350/450 sizes
  • On/Off Bait clicker on both 350/450 sizes
  • Backed by an industry leading 3-year limited warranty
4.5 Stars based on 10 reviews
By Erick M.
August 29, 2020
This reel is amazing! I have Shimano TranX 300 and Daiwa Lexa HD 300/400. I got the Komodo 471p and it has a MUCH better feel. It comes with a clicker, it casts better than both, feels SUPER smooth even though it has a SS pinion and Main gear. It has 30lbs of super smooth drag too! This reel is a monster, I'll be looking forward to purchasing more.
ConsI can't think of any.
By Cameron
Newbury Park, CA
April 18, 2020
For the price you get a lot!
By Nick
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Rugged and reliable
April 16, 2020
I have used my 471SS's for fresh and saltwater casting lures to musky and snook, bottom fishing up to 200ft for snapper/blackfish/grouper, casting 8oz+lead and foot long live baits for flatheads, sting ray fishing, and have landed an 8ft nurse shark on the 471 to boot.

This is a hardcore conventional reel, with an indestructible stainless steel drive train, in the body of a compact low profile.

Any day of the week in any fishing location in most any fishing situation and these reels will be my go to.
ProsEntire drive train is stainless steel, not just the main gear. Powerful drag that is smooth up to 30lbs, yes I have taken it there fishing. Line capacity, 300yds of 65lb braid. Largest main gear in a low profile (bigger then a Tranx 500 main gear).
ConsBaitclicker has a very very low resistance. If you need a reel with a strong baitclicker, this is not it unfortunately.
By Mark
Compact beast
November 20, 2019
I have caught several tuna on this bad boy up to 35 lbs. The only issue you might have is line capacity on a party boat if you tie into a 70 pounder. But with 30 pounds of drag you can run 90 pound line. On a small boat you could chase the a bigger ones down with this real. Would get for anything under 40 pounds on a party boat as a rule. I'm sure you could go up to 80 on a small boat since you can chase it down. I would Love a komodo 571 with 35 lbs of drag.
By Nathan
Los Angeles, CA
Very Powerful Bait caster for heavy saltwater species!
September 18, 2019
I got 471P.
It's gigantic haha
But compare to LEXA 400 size, it's somewhat manageable in your palm.
If you have small hand don't care about the spool cap, get the 300 size instead.
Got so much drag power!!!
I use it for throwing irons to catch yellowtail, YFT, and etc.
Love it
ProsStrong powered drag! Good price range
By Jim R.
North Wildwood, NJ
Great reel!
January 17, 2019
High capacity spool, 25# drag, and smooth operation. Some of the longest casts I’ve ever made are from this reel. I have the first edition model of the 364 Komodo and thought it couldnt be improved upon. I was wrong. Stainless steel shaft and gears with a 3 year warranty. You can’t go wrong.
ProsVirtually everything.
November 8, 2018
Killed yellowtail, Dorado, grouper, seabass, tuna with ease first use out in Mexico. Casts a mile. Outperformed my Lexa 400.
ProsLightweight, powerful reel with a clicker thrown in on top
ConsNot sure if it will totally replace my traditional conventional reels for jigging
By Mark
Hm landing
Tuna and yellowtail
October 16, 2018
I have this beast paired with a blue water tallus xh and I destroyed tuna, skipjack, yellowtail and dorado this weekend. Nothing over 20 lbs but this thing just kept taking the abuse on a wide open bite off old glory in San Diego. I caught over 20 fish and bounced each one ....I really put this rod and reel to the test and it ate it like candy. I was using 30 lb suffix braid and 30 lb leader. If I had to guess this will handle a yellowfin to 35 to 40 lbs if you have the room to fight it on a small boat. On a party boat you need to over gear so you don’t lose fish. I did foul hook a yellowfin which pushed this rod reel hard and it took me 15 min to land. This gets an A plus for your small outfit to 35 lb fish! The equipment is impressive!
ProsLight, powerful, smooth
By Waune
Bay shore ny
April 28, 2018
Power in a small package smooth drag handled big stripers 20lbs+
ProsSmooth powerful drag
By Hooksetter6
Colorado Springs,Co
Serious Drag!
September 28, 2016
When the reel arrived I was stoked b/c I have a 364 PLX and love it. When I got into the box I was immediately disappointed to find the clicker button laying in the box and a rattling sound coming from the reel when I shook it.
I took the reel apart and found that the retaining clip stuck to the inside of the reel, just had not been properly installed and was an easy fix, placed the clip firmly in lace and while I was in there I did some exploring. What I found was plenty of grease where needed and HUGE gears, with everything as it should be I put it back together.
I filled the reel with 50# Seaguar Threadlock to within 1/8" of full and tested the drag with a Manley 2012 50# spring scale. Initial pull only generated a 8.5# of drag at pretty close to full drag and I was concerned a bit, but not to worry this gets much better. I loosened the drag all the way and reset it to almost full drag and tried again,
this time setting the drag I got 17#.I repeated the process, this time not setting quite as tight to start with, I had 15# and slowly worked up to full drag @ 28.5 # wow! Loosened all the way and reset to max drag....30.5#. I repeated this at least 1/2 dozen times and always got from 28.5 to 31.5 pounds of drag. Oh, and it is silky smooth to boot.
Only time will tell how this is going to hold up. I don't really expect to be using anywhere near this kind of drag using this reel as I intend, casting swim baits and poppers, but it is nice to know it is there if I need to lock down on a Cubera or Rooster.
Pros Light weight, Powerful Gears with tons of Torque, Smooth Powerful Drag, Fits my hand perfectly
ConsAfter fixing the initial Quality control issue.....none.
4 Questions & 4 Answers
Luan Le
from Westminster, California asked:
July 6, 2019
Is the 273 left hand retrieve?
1 Answer
Submitted by: Ethan on July 13, 2019

from San Diego asked:
December 18, 2019
What rod would be best paired with for the size 200? Mostly fishing out of san diego mission bay for spotties? in sa
1 Answer

the St. Croix Premier 7 ft MH fast would be a great set up

Submitted by: chris jones on December 20, 2019

Siddique Umair
from Maharashtra asked:
March 27, 2018
Where is this made in
1 Answer
The Komodo is made in Korea.
Submitted by: Donald on March 27, 2018

from North Hollywood, ca asked:
February 26, 2018
Does the 463p come with the power handle? Would this reel paired with a 9ft 25-60lb heavy rated rod be sufficient for iron throwing setup? And how much #50 braid can I get on the reel? Thanks
1 Answer
Yes, any model that has a "p" in its model number has the power handle. You can expect to get approximately 230 yards of 50 lb. braid on the 450 size models. And yes, based on those specs I'd say that the 463p would pair well with that rod.
Submitted by: Devon on March 6, 2018


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