Cerros Low Profile Baitcast Reel
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Cerros Low Profile Baitcast Reel
|Model||Gear ratio||Bearings||Weight (g)||Line retrieve(cm)||Max drag force(kg)||Mono line capacity (mm)|
|Right handed lowprofile baitcast reels|
|CR-266V||6.6:1||9BB+1RB||238||80.3||5kg||0.29/145, 0.33/118, 0.37/86|
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- 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. Read More