- It adjusts well and easy to control.
- It has an excellent line management.
- Can be used to lure anything ranging from tuna to small sharks.
- The drag can at times become sporadic, even though this is common in most reels.
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Okuma Citrix Large capacity 350 is one of those reels that you will control easily irrespective of the fishing condition. It comes with an excellent line management and casting ability. The reel has a great drag and is certainly among the reels that give anglers something to smile about.
Citrix 350 is strong and can take on trophy bass, salmon, strippers, and other inshore species with guaranteed success. It allows the anglers to choose a configuration and customize the reels to suit their needs. This reel has a line capacity of 230 yards of 14-pound monofilament.
Citrix Low Profile Reel is quite impressive. Its internal structure is great and has the main gear and the drive shaft constructed from stainless steel to give the reel the strength it needs to fight it out with the big fish.
Its main gear and pinion gears are constructed to give it the smoothness the angler requires when retrieving and comes with a stainless steel pool shaft. Also, the reel comes with an aluminum frame, side plates, and a handle. Aluminum is used to give the reel strength and ensures that all the internal parts are well aligned throughout the reel's useful life.
Citrix 350's comes in both right and left- hand retrieves. It features a 6.4:1 high-speed gear ratio, which makes the reel versatile and ideal for many fishing techniques. Note that the new reel has greatly been improved on and therefore choosing the right gear ratio is critical if you want to succeed in your fishing endeavors.
The 6.4:1 is an average gear ratio that will not just get the bait to its maximum depth but will give the angler a superior feel and help him know what is going on. Any real with a 6:1 ratio is capable of doing anything that can be done by a slower or a faster reel if the angler cranks it slower or faster.
Conventional reels contain several ball bearings built within the reel to enable the spool to operate smoothly. Logically, the greater the amount of bearings the smoother and the more efficient the reel will be.
Also, the higher the number of bearings the more costly a reel is. However, there are plenty of reels with fewer bearings, but which are smoother than those with many bearings. Citrix Low Profile Reel comes with 8 stainless steel bearings that make it even smoother than any other reel in its category. They are high-quality bearings with a very high tight tolerance.
The design and the make of the spool is one of the things anglers consider before they spent their hard earned cash on a reel. Spools are either made of graphite or anodized aluminum. Citrix Low Profile Reel comes with an anodized aluminum spool.
The spool plays a critical role in preventing the line from getting entangled in the case of internal spools within the reels housing and determine the casting distance and the smoothness of the reel. In the case of Citrix Low Profile Reel, the angler can restrict the spool's movement by holding it with a thumb. This is important for long distance casting.
The Okuma Citrix 350 feature a new multi-disc Carbonite drag system made from carbon- based drag material that displaces friction and heat steadily regardless of the fishing conditions. For optimum performance, the angler should use the specially-formulated Okuma's drag grease.
This carbonite drag system has been subjected to tests and has been found to adjust well to all conditions. In the event of the fish pulling on this drag, it has been found to perform well without registering hiccup. Overall, the reel is exceptionally smooth and is consistent all through.
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