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Okuma Ceymar Baitfeeder Spinning Reel

The Okuma Ceymar Baitfeeder spinning reels feature the sensational Baitfeeder Quick Release Aluminium spool.

This release mechanism allows anglers to fish baits on a light drag to fussy fish and then with the turn of the handle, engage a fighting drag that sets the hooks and allows the fight to begin.

This feature is incredibly useful on fussy feeders such as mulloway that can take forever to eat a big bait, or for snapper that often requires the angler to allow them time to ‘run’ with the bait before setting the hook. But it’s not just a saltwater feature! Trout, carp, and Murray cod anglers will appreciate the ability to easily feed line to a fish before setting the hook when bait fishing.

Other important features of the Ceymar Baitfeeder include a multi-disc, oiled felt drag system, and cyclonic flow rotor design that increases airflow through the ported rotor, minimising water intrusion and corrosion, while allowing any moisture to evaporate away.

The Cemar Baitfeeder is a durable reel as well with precision cut brass pinion gear, 2+1 ball bearings, and the rotor is equipped with a heavy-duty, solid aluminum bail wire. The machined aluminum spool is anodized for protection and each reel comes with a spare graphite spool, allowing the same reel to be used for many different fishing scenarios. 

  • Baitfeeder Quick Release Aluminium spool
  • Multi-disc, oiled felt drag system
  • RESII: Computer balanced Rotor Equalising System
  • 2+1BB bearing drive system
  • Quick-Set anti-reverse roller bearing
  • Precision machine cut brass pinion gear
  • Corrosion-resistant graphite body
  • Light weight, ABS handle knobs
  • Precision Elliptical Gearing system
  • Machined aluminum, anodized spool
  • Metal line clip
  • LCS line control spool
  • Extra graphite spool

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