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Opinions on Ocea Jigger NR 2000 P


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#1 till

till

Posted 28 January 2010 - 05:06 PM

Hi,

I know everyone is caught up in the bling on the JM reels at present, but any opinions on these? I need a reel that will take 300yds of PE4 and they look like they will fit the bill.

Is the spool width 21mm on the 2000P as well? Whats the difference between the NR2000P and the regular 2000P?

The drag may need a little work, I see some comments about fitting cal's drag plate and perhaps aftermarket washers as well, but even on PE4?

#2 stresst

stresst

Posted 28 January 2010 - 05:55 PM

I have the NR2000P great friggen reel much smoother and casts better than any of my Saltiga's. I have 333yds of 40lb suffix with alot of backing. Very sweet reel IMO

#3 Guest_BretABaker_*

Guest_BretABaker_*

Posted 28 January 2010 - 08:01 PM

i got a jazzed up 4000P that i wouldnt trade for anything under $600. love that thing.

#4 Nepptune

Nepptune

Posted 29 January 2010 - 12:57 AM

Hey Till,

ANother big thumbs up for the Ocea Jiggers... I've got 2 x 4000P which are snazzed up like Brets with a JM T-Bar, Cals plate and Carbontex, and a 2000P NR which is likewise tweaked and pimped...

Awesome little reels, I would defintely go with the NR version of the 2000P.... they come with stock standard drag of about 7 kilos or so, but with the Cal's and Carbontex upgrade, you are looking at closer to 10 kilos or more with some fine tuning.... Do you need 10 kilos of drag on PE 4?? Probably not, but its fun as hell to have if you do! :)

Awesome reel, you won't regret it!

#5 d-a

d-a

Posted 29 January 2010 - 01:15 AM

Hi,

I know everyone is caught up in the bling on the JM reels at present, but any opinions on these? I need a reel that will take 300yds of PE4 and they look like they will fit the bill.

Is the spool width 21mm on the 2000P as well? Whats the difference between the NR2000P and the regular 2000P?

The drag may need a little work, I see some comments about fitting cal's drag plate and perhaps aftermarket washers as well, but even on PE4?


The 2000p is the power gear version of the 2000. If you want a narrower spool look at the 1500. While the drag plate isn't necessary, it with carbontex drags will net you 15+Kg of drag; basically doubling the factory specs of 7 Kg. The factory drags are smooth, but there not greased carbon fibre. After the dartanium drag washers wear replace them with greased carbon fibre. The greased carbontex washers will add @ 2kg of increased drag

d-a
The first requisite of a good citizen in this republic of ours is that he shall be able and willing to pull his own weight.

#6 toppuntawong

toppuntawong

Posted 29 January 2010 - 01:20 AM

The 2000p is the power gear version of the 2000. If you want a narrower spool look at the 1500. While the drag plate isn't necessary, it with carbontex drags will net you 15+Kg of drag; basically doubling the factory specs of 7 Kg. The factory drags are smooth, but there not greased carbon fibre. After the dartanium drag washers wear replace them with greased carbon fibre. The greased carbontex washers will add @ 2kg of increased drag

d-a


Hey Doug,

Shimano makes size 1000 as well right? how big is size 1000 and what color is the reel?

Thanks,
Topper.

#7 d-a

d-a

Posted 29 January 2010 - 03:48 AM

Hey Doug,

Shimano makes size 1000 as well right? how big is size 1000 and what color is the reel?

Thanks,
Topper.


Topper

They do make a 1000 the normal version is gold and the p is gunsmoke like all the others. PLAT/Fishing Tackle Store-Fishing Equipment/Catalog-SaltWater Fishing(Big)-Reel-SHIMANO Baitcast Reels-OCEA JIGGER-en

Looks like a good subistute to my accurate 197, since I'm not a fan of lever drags for fish under 150lbs.

d-a
The first requisite of a good citizen in this republic of ours is that he shall be able and willing to pull his own weight.

#8 dan1

dan1

Posted 29 January 2010 - 04:33 AM

is the 4000 the same as a trinidad 40n?

#9 till

till

Posted 29 January 2010 - 07:12 AM

Hmm thanks for all the feedback guys, but I didn't really see one point covered? I'm sure someone knows =)

Whats the difference between the Ocea Jigger 2000P and the Ocea Jigger NR 2000P?

Shimano OCEA JIGGER NR 1500 2000 1500P 2000P(Japanese Domestic Fishing Tackle shop)

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Shimano Scorpion Ocea Jigger Saltwater Jigging Fishing Reel

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Shimano Scorpion Ocea Jigger NR Saltwater Jigging Reel

On the otherwise great studio ocean marks, the L120's spool is offset from the rod, that doesn't happen on these? Promise?

What size drag plates for the NR200P size?

Ta,

till

#10 paul708

paul708

Posted 29 January 2010 - 08:02 AM

most NR are narrow.

i dont get the 2000NR

there are a few pics here. of the 1500NR and a reg 2000
http://www.360tuna.c...tog-stick-3489/

#11 toppuntawong

toppuntawong

Posted 29 January 2010 - 08:29 AM

Topper

They do make a 1000 the normal version is gold and the p is gunsmoke like all the others. PLAT/Fishing Tackle Store-Fishing Equipment/Catalog-SaltWater Fishing(Big)-Reel-SHIMANO Baitcast Reels-OCEA JIGGER-en

Looks like a good subistute to my accurate 197, since I'm not a fan of lever drags for fish under 150lbs.

d-a


Thank you Doug, I am thinking the same thing, I got the 197 right now and looking at the 1000p for the substitution.

#12 d-a

d-a

Posted 29 January 2010 - 09:24 AM

is the 4000 the same as a trinidad 40n?


Yes for the most part

d-a
The first requisite of a good citizen in this republic of ours is that he shall be able and willing to pull his own weight.

#13 till

till

Posted 29 January 2010 - 04:14 PM

Yeah, its just a bit confusing that the NR 2000P and the 2000P have the same line capacity, I guess its just taller instead.

#14 Accident Prone

Accident Prone

Posted 31 January 2010 - 10:14 PM

I love Shimano's Ocea Jigger range!

I have a...
4000P spooled with 400m of Salitiga Boat Braid PE6
5000P spooled with 600m of Saltiga Boat Braid PE6
2000P NR spooled with 300m YGK Jigman Ultra PE5

Have been using the larger reels for around 3 years now and can't fault them. The 2000P NR I have had for about 12months and love it! The only thing I might like changed on it would be a longer handle/crank arm.

Have used the wee baby models too... the 1500P and the 1500P NR which are wicked little PE3 reels. If my Daiwa Saltiga SA15 ever dies I will replace it with a OJ1500P NR for sure!.

#15 Jason4606

Jason4606

Posted 31 January 2010 - 10:17 PM

I'm curious too... What's the difference in 1500P and NR 1500P? :confused: I thought 1500 was already a narrow frame... the OJ version of Trini 16N.

#16 till

till

Posted 31 January 2010 - 10:18 PM

Hi AP, I recognise the name from fishwrecked.com.

Actually I saw someone selling the NR2000P on that trademe site, but I could never contact the damn buyer!

#17 Accident Prone

Accident Prone

Posted 31 January 2010 - 10:35 PM

Hi Till,

Yeah mate thats me :D if you ever see anything for sale in NZ feel free to drop me a PM mate and I will help you out.

For anyone with OJ spec questions here you go......

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and for the NR models....

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The prices are in US $$

#18 d-a

d-a

Posted 02 February 2010 - 01:08 PM

I'm curious too... What's the difference in 1500P and NR 1500P? :confused: I thought 1500 was already a narrow frame... the OJ version of Trini 16N.


There is a difference, the 1500Nr and 2000NR are the narrower models. They have the same line capacity and the NR's are heavier. Im assuming thats because there a taller reel.

Scorpion Ocea Jigger NR

It even looks like Shimano makes a lower quality Ocea Jigger in the EV models Ocea Jigger EV

But for 100g extra weight, I think I will stick with the regular 1500 and 2000's.


d-a
The first requisite of a good citizen in this republic of ours is that he shall be able and willing to pull his own weight.

#19 till

till

Posted 02 February 2010 - 04:50 PM

Cheers AP!

#20 stresst

stresst

Posted 02 February 2010 - 05:12 PM

[quote name='d-a']There is a difference, the 1500Nr and 2000NR are the narrower models. They have the same line capacity and the NR's are heavier. Im assuming thats because there a taller reel.



Let me try and post pics, I have the 1500, 2000, 3000 and 4000 and you can see them side by side....




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