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November 13, 2006

Okuma Salina

Okuma packed plenty of features into a lightweight, durable package to produce Salina spinning reels...

Okuma packed plenty of features into a lightweight, durable package to produce Salina spinning reels. The aluminum Salinas are built to withstand excess pressure and torque, and their Elliptical Oscillation System achieves superior line lay and stability. The Salina uses 10 high-performance  bearings made of stainless steel and is double shielded for smoothness and    corrosion resistance.

Salinas also come with a machined-aluminum handle and dual-forced drag system. All this fits into Okuma's new Blade body design, which makes for a narrower reel and reduces weight and mass.

The six Salina models carry gear ratios from 4.5:1 to 5:1; the smallest can handle 6- to 10-pound-test mono (110 to 200 yards), and the largest    15- to 25-pound (260 to 420 yards). Retail cost for the three smallest sizes is $79.99 and is $89.99 for the three largest sizes.