Lightweight, corrosion-resistant frame
Machined and anodized aluminum spools
Multi-disk Carbonite drag system
Ratcheting drag star for precise drag settings
Dual anti-reverse system
The Okuma Copper Wire Pre-Rigged Trolling Combo offers a quality ready-to-fish freshwater trolling combo at a great price. This combo includes the Okuma Convector Level Wind Trolling Reel (CV-55L), the Okuma Classic Pro GLT Copper Leadcore Trolling Rod (CP-CL-862M), 900' PowerPro Spectra 50lb Braid line, 300' A-TOM-MIK trolling copper wire line, and 15' Seaguar 20lb Fluorocarbon Leader Material.
The Convector Level Wind reel features a lightweight, corrosion-resistant frame and side plates with stainless steel reinforcing side plate rings. The two-ball bearing drive system is made of stainless steel, and it also features a quick-set anti-reverse roller bearing with a dual anti-reverse system. Machined and anodized aluminum spools. Multi-disk carbonite star drag system. Speed lock pinion gear system. Self-lubricating gearing. Ergo grip handle knobs. Line clicker.
The Classic Pro GLT Copper Leadcore rod is specially constructed for Great Lakes trolling action on a durable fiberglass blank. EVA foam grips provide a comfortable, strong handle. Double-footed, stainless steel guides with titanium oxide inserts. Uplocking, Fuji-style reel seat. Tip over butt ferrule connections. Hook keeper.
PowerPro Braided Spectra Fiber Line is not affected by salt water, UV rays, or most chemicals and solvents, and it lasts 5x longer than monofilament lines. A-TOM-MIK Copper Wire Line is a popular trolling line with Great Lakes anglers and features an easy to handle, 7-strand design that is very soft and has great knot strength. A-TOM-MIK Copper Wire Line comes in 45 pound test with a diameter of .037". The average sink rate is 22 ft. for every 100 ft. of line out at 2.2 mph. Seaguar Fluorocarbon Leader Material offers ultra-low visibility and superior abrasion resistance tensile and knot strength. It is great for all trolling, live lining, chumming, and chunking.