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Choosing the perfect rod and reel for a target species can be a daunting task. With the understanding that each species comes in variable sizes and different techniques are best served by different product attributes, we offer the following suggestions to help narrow your search.
Trio High Speed
Aggressive styling, high-speed gearing and the Trio spinning reel's revolutionary Crossover Construction platform. Advancing the Crossover Construction platform is the Trio High-Speed.  Featuring a blazing fast 6.2:1 gear ratio and picking up as much as 11-inches more line per turn of the handle than standard speed Trio reels, the high-speed version shines in applications where speed is an advantage. This might be float fishing a reel for steelhead where long drifts need to be picked up fast, or drop-shotting bass where time in the water is more time for a fish to fall off.  Anywhere speed is your friend, Trio High-Speed is your reel.
Starting at $79.99
Epixor Baitfeeder
A First: a high performance finesse spinning reel with a bait feeding system. It is a unique combination of a tournament grade spinning reel and Okuma's patented live line bait feeding system. Built on the foundation of our venerable Epixor spinning reels, the Epixor EB is flawless. Featuring Okuma's three-piece spool construction as well as a machined aluminum spool with a titanium coated spool lip, the Epixor EB then goes above and beyond by utilizing a waterproof drag seal as well as drag system that is 30% larger than standard drags for incredible stopping power. 
Starting at $99.99
Alumilite construction, including the 1-piece aluminum frame and aluminum left and right side plates define the Okuma Akena baitcast reel as a rugged, no-nonsense performer with incredible versatility. Designed for active cast and retrieve anglers, a five bearing drive system, multi-disc carbonite drag system, precision machine cut brass main and pinion gears and quick-set anti-reverse roller bearing, cast and crank effortlessly and strike with authority. Oversized knobs on the twin paddle handle offer a sure grip and all-day comfort. 
Starting at $119.99
Bold, in both design and its 7.3:1 high-speed gear ratio that's available in both right and left hand retrieve, the Okuma Citrix makes an aggressive statement by itself, and even more so when paired with a matching Citrix rod. The bold strength of Citrix's Alumilite construction frame, A6061-T6 spool and multi-disc drag is tempered by the smooth handling of a ten bearing drive system, micro-click drag adjustment and ergonomic swept-in handle. Need to gear down for brute strength? Citrix is also available for right-handers in a gear ratio of 5.4:1.
Starting at $119.99
Constructed for all-purpose performance with a 6.6:1 gear ratio in models for both right and left hand cranking, the low-profile Okuma Calera baitcast reel delivers bass, walleye, steelhead and even inshore saltwater anglers a ton of performance for their dollar. A five bearing drive system delivers confident cranking while casting versatility is supported by dual cast control systems. The first is an external adjustable magnetic cast control system and the second is Okuma's internal 8-position Velocity Control System. In tandem the Calera helps angler's master the wide range of bait sizes necessary to be effective over the length of the season.
Starting at $79.99
More than a decade ago, Okuma took the leadership position in the development of the line counter platform' and the Catalina continues to advance that position. The construction components are the finest in the category, from the A6061-T6 machined aluminum frame to the multi-disc Carbonite drag system capable of turning out up to 20-pounds of drag suitable for the largest divers and lead weights used. But even more important is the Okuma Tension Spool Control system, or TSC. A secondary drag system housed within the cast control, TSC turns downrigger, diving planer and heavy lead trolling into a simplified one-handed operation, eliminating the need for thumb pressure regulation when deploying your trolling spread. And finally, Okuma's patented Mechanical Stabilizing System ties the spool shaft, pinion gear and pinion gear bearing together with a single plate for perfect alignment over the long term.
Starting at $229.99