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    Default Shimano Ocean Jigger Reels

    Trying to find anything on the web re Shimano's Ocean Jigger reels -
    OJ4000P specifically.

    I don't see anyone selling them

    Seems to be one of those Shimano Japan / Auralia products

    Anyone know where I can find em

    Wanna take a look at it to match with my OTI 7'6 60-80 class jigging rod

    Thanks

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    You can get them on e-bay
    Search a seller by the name of "reelseller" He will have one
    The reel is called an "Ocea Jigger"
    There is a 4000p on there now for 511.00 as a buy it now price
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    It's a Japanese model that Shimano US doesn't carry

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    Quote Originally Posted by captainbadfinger View Post
    You can get them on e-bay
    Search a seller by the name of "reelseller" He will have one
    The reel is called an "Ocea Jigger"
    There is a 4000p on there now for 511.00 as a buy it now price
    ReelSeller is my go to Shimano dealer. I have bought from him (Jeff I think his name is) many times....always very cheap!!! Most orders are drop shipped from Shimano USA in Cally

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    I have one...it's really nice, but I don't use it for everyday fishing only because it super hard to get parts for. They are nice though!

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    Thanks for the info!

    A couple of questions...

    - What's the diff between the 4000 and 5000?
    I'm looking for line capacity as I will use this deep dropping Tile (in addition to jigging and chunking BFT)

    - There is a silver and gold model - seems the silver is the "P" model the power retrieve model and the gold is the "H" higher speed retrieve model. True?

    Looks like a sweet power handle also

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    We have the 4000P
    the 2000P with shallow spool
    The 1500NR


    The handle is sweet.
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    Paul you are THE man!
    Not just rods!


    So, what's the diff between the 4000 and 5000?
    Is it pretty much just line capacity / wider spool?

    Guessing either would match up with that OTI 7'6 60-80 class jigging rod I got from you.?

    Bottom fishing - tile / cod and also jigging and chunking BFT

    Always worry that 60-80 lb rod may be overkill - if need be could I exchange for the 40-60 class?

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