Finally the products Studio Oceanmark is perhaps best known far are their aftermarket reel parts for both spinning and casting reels. Primarily designed for saltwater products, their handles fit and have been used in freshwater reels as well. The spinning reel spools feature an oval shaped spool ring designed especially to reduce wind knot producing loops when casting superlines and also come with specially tuned drags tuned for different species of game fish.
Studio Oceanmark is best know on our shores for producing aftermarket reel parts for spinning and casting reels. This tricked out reel is courtesy of an aftermarket spool and handle.
Here is a Daiwa Saltiga Dogfight all tricked out with Studio Oceanmark parts.
Each Oceanmark spool has a drag tuned for a specific species of fish.
This custom designed drag knob has a bearing built into it to enhance drag performance of your stock or aftermarket spool.
Studio Oceamark's aftermarket handles feature some of the smoothest knobs on the market today and can transform any reel into a buttery smooth operator. The spinning reel handle is built from a single stock piece of aluminum and machined into shape. Casting reel handles come in both single and double knob configuration and in different lengths depending on your needs.
Their casting reel handle in single knob configuration...
...and shown here in double knob configuration.
Studio Oceanmark also offers custom jigging reels, the Blue Heaven series, designed with non-symmetrical frames, super free spools, adjustable handles and a round bridge design for smooth, even line lays. The drive gears on these reels are 5mm thick pieces of stainless steel with a drive shaft of 1cm thick corrosion resistant stainless as well. There are two models, the L120Hi and Lo retailing for approximately $1,248 and the L50 retailing for $1,095.
The Blue Heaven L50 comes in an array of different colors.
The L120HI and L120LO are built for serious business.
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