The Tica Oxean OX50TS 2-speed game reel features a one-piece, corrosion resistant lightweight
graphite frame. The dual carbon drag plates sit either side of the spool to ensure smoothness
and dissipate heat. Maximum drag is rated at 18kg.
There is an extra loud line out alarm, so you can easily hear the fish strike.
The two speed ratios are 3.2:1/1.4:1 giving line retrieve rates of 96.5cm/42.2cm per handle turn at full spool.
There are 6 sealed precision stainless steel rust resistant ball bearings for smoothness and reliability.
Capacity of mono is 850yd/50lb, or PE braid 1000m 37kg plus 50m/37kg mono topshot.
These reels are equally at home trolling for tuna and marlin in summer, or deep water bottom fishing with
braid for hapuka or broadbill in winter.
This reel comes with a 10 year warranty.
* 50TS Ratio 3.2/1.4:1
* Line retreive rate; 96.5cm/42.2cm
* Weight (reel only); 1550g
* Capacity mono 850yd/50lb, PE braid 1000m 37kg plus 37kg mono topshot.
* Carbon drag washers
* Max drag; 18kg.
Kilwell EG Game stand up game rods are imported, but designed and built for New Zealand conditions.
These rods are made using a blend of durable E glass infused with graphite under
high pressure – the results speak for themselves, with proven performance.
The EG37BBFR has a full set of wind-on roller guides, a removable alloy bent butt and leather bound grip.
Overall length of the rod is 175cm 5’9″. The detachable bent butt is the new longer version with length of 25cm
before the bend, so that the gimbal fitting will engage in most rod holders without the need for an extender plug.
The rod is multi rated for 24 – 37kg line.
Kilwell EG Game rods have a Kilwell Limited Lifetime Warranty..
Included in this combo is one spool of Strike Pro 37kg Hi-Vis IGFA mono (SPIGFAY100037 )
Strike Pro IGFA Pro Tournament is an IGFA compliant line, manufactured to the finest tolerances.
Strike Pro IGFA Pro Tournament is 6x more abrasion resistant than most other IGFA class nylon lines,
is soft and has a very high knot strength. Chosen by tournament anglers striving to catch a record
breaking fish and have it recognised by the International Game Fishing Association.