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Okuma Avenger ABF Graphite Bait Feeder Reels - Deal of the Day at Amazon $31.92

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Amazon has the Okuma Avenger Bait Feeder Reels on sale today as part of their Deal of the Day.

ABF 20 $34.99
ABF 30 $31.92
ABF 40 $37.06
ABF 50 $33.84
ABF 65 $43.15
ABF 90 $48.99

Some of these are near historical lows according to CCC. For example, ABF 65 is $43.15. Historical low was $42.61 in 9/2011.

https://www.amazon.com/Okuma-ABF-...000JQMEOU/
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This deal deserves some love. these are great reels for the money. I have had some longer than ten years, they have been used and abused in saltwater and they just keep going. Sand, dunks in the ocean they just keep going after a quick rinse after every trip. Five of the last years they have been getting dragged out on the kayak in salt and get quite wet every trip. Still smooth and all the bails function like new. I've only had one that I had to open and re grease during the whole time and that one spent about 15 minutes on the bottom of Chesapeake bay. I have never had any other reels in this price range perform and last so long. Similar priced reels I have had lock up after one trip to salt. They don't go on sale as much as they used to and if you need a reel grab one.
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I second this. I have both bait feeder and front drag models. They are good from the factory. I open them up and polish the internal gears and grease with premium grease so they become really smooth. (increases corrossion resistance and smoothness). Toletance is not as good as other higher end reels so play can be felt. Okuma uses a hard material for their gears and the main pinion gear is brass. Should last a long time.
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