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OKUMA FISHING Introduction

OKUMA FISHING TACKLE CO., LTD. is Taiwan supplier and manufacturer in Sporting Goods Industry. OKUMA FISHING has been offering our customers high quality Spinning Reel, Baitcasting Reel, Trolling Reel, Fly Reel, Fishing Rod, Freshwater Fishing, Saltwater Fishing, Surf, Jigging, Fly Fishing, Poping, Bass since 1986. With both advanced technology and 31 years experience, OKUMA FISHING always make sure to meet each customer's demand.


Frequently Asked Questions

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  • [Tech] RES II

    The RES II System stands for Rotor Equalizing System. This second-generation RES System incorporates a computer-balanced weight precisely placed in the rotor. This weight allows for precision balance and eliminates all spool wobble for perfect alignments and smooth cranking.

  • [Tech] Hydro Block

    The Hydro Block design features a rubber gasket mounted in the top of a spinning reel spool. This rubber seal blocks water and foreign materials from entering the drag system. The Hydro Block system ensures that your drag washers always perform at optimal levels.

  • [Tech] Even Flow Roller System (EFR II)

    The Even Flow Roller System utilizes a ball bearing under the line roller to maximize efficiency. This roller helps reduce line twists by freely rolling over the line roller without friction. Without this system, line will naturally twist when drag is pulled.

  • [Tech] High Performance Ball Bearings

    The balls used on the HPB's are constructed from the same high-grade stainless steel material as the bearing housing. These bearings were designed to be more than 10 times more resistant to saltwater than standard stainless steel bearings. These bearings may even outlast the angler himself.

  • [Tech] Velocity Control System

    The Velocity Control System is an adjustable, 6-pin centrifugal braking system for precision spool control. Weights can be adjusted IN or OUT for additional spool control. Positioning the weights in toward the spool allows for more freespool, while adjusting the pins out away from the spool allows for more control. Anglers can alternate weights until they find that perfect balance for casting.

  • [Tech] Spool Access Port

    This unique new design can be found on Okuma's low profile baitcast reels. The Spool Access Port allows for quick access to the spool by simply sliding the lock/unlock lever on the side plate opposite the handle. This system allows for quick spool changes, but more importantly it allows quick access for adjusting the Velocity Control System.

  • [Tech] MAXGEAR

    Okuma’s Makaira spinning reels are in a class of their own, featuring a forged stainless steel, machined MAXGEAR. While the majority of reels in this category feature bronze, aluminum or simple machine cut stainless steel gears, the Makaira’s class leading main gears are machine cut forged stainless steel. We ported the main gear and incorporated other design elements to keep it light weight enough for you to fish all day. No compromises were made in the internal design of MAXGEAR. The pinion gear and heat treated spool shaft are 17-4 grade machine cut stainless steel. They are rust proof and were optimized to work with braided line and the reels high-output drag.

  • [Tech] Ultimate Flex Reinforcement (UFR)

    Anglers will immediately recognize the benefits of Okuma’s Ultimate Flex Reinforcement (UFR) technology through a rods light-weight and sensitive tip construction. The process of incorporating UFR, provides three times the strength and lifting power over traditional rods. Powerful enough to bring in the toughest of fish, but sensitive enough to feel the lightest of bites.

  • [How To] How to Correctly Spool Up Braide line

    Okuma Product Development Manager John Bretza talks about the proper technique on how to spool up braided line.

  • [How To] Andros Leverdrag Cast Control Set Up

    Okuma Product Development Manager John Bretza talks us through getting our Andros leverdrag Cast Control all set up.

  • [How To] Setting Drag on Lever Drag Reels

    We often get asked how to set the pre set drag on our lever drag reels. Here is a video by Okuma Product Manger John Bretza explaining this function.

  • [How To] Setting the Cast Control on your new Okuma Baitcast Reel

    Okuma Product Manager John Bretza explains how to really get dialed in on your new Okuma baitcast reel. With the internal breaking system, some fisherman don't know how to get in and make the adjustment.

  • [How To] Getting dialed in on the Makaira Spinning Drag System

    Okuma Product Manager John Bretza tells you how to get the pre-set drag system all dialed in on the new Makaira Spinning Reels. Okuma continues to reinvent big game fishing with Makaira spinning reels, delivering unique, advanced design and new levels of power and longevity. In a stunning display of power, Makaira combines forged and machined aluminum framing, side pate and rotor with a complete forged and machined stainless steel drive system. Twenty-three O-rings and gaskets completely seal the body and drag system from saltwater. And speaking of drag, a Micro Adjustable Power Drag offers a coarse pre-set, with 60-detent points to fine tune up to 66-pounds of available drag to exacting output. Two sizes include a 20,000 and 30,000 for discerning big game anglers.

  • [How To] Okuma Line Counter Functions

    Okuma Product Manager John Bretza gives us some in depth insight on how Line Counters are design to function in the recent installment for the Okuma How To Series.

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