Fishing Reel Range

Boat Snapper Reels

Boat Snapper Reels

Multiplier Reels and Boat Reels for bait fish to Kingfish or Game Fish, Braid or Mono for Light to heavy Rods

Baitfeeder Reels

Baitfeeder Reels

Range Of Oukuma, Kilwell and Tica Baitfeeder Fishing Reels . Suitable for Stay-lining ,Softbait Fishing.

Baitcaster Reels

Baitcaster Reels

Baitcasting reels allow for casting lures like jigs, spinnerbaits and crankbaits with pinpoint accuracy Great for Snapper

Catch Fishing Reels

Catch Fishing Reels

Catch Fishing Reels - A Variety of Catch fishing reels from Catch Fishing Pro New Zealand...

Kilwell Beach Reels

Kilwell Beach Reels

Fishing Reels Suitable for all Surfcasting, Beach and Wharf Fishing. Fixed spool and Alvey side casters.

Kilwell Game Reels

Kilwell Game Reels

Range Of Game Fishing Reels Brands: Kilwell, Tica,Suitable for all Game Fishing, Trolling, Deepwater, Jigging.

Kilwell Jigging Reels

Kilwell Jigging Reels

Range of Tica - Kilwell Reels Suitable for Jigging in NZ and Pacific Waters High Quality High Drag.

Kilwell Freshwater Reels

Kilwell Freshwater Reels

Kilwell Freshwater Reels with baitcaster, jig, fly, harling, spin and trolling reels by Tica, Orvis,  SA System, Genesis Brands

Kilwell Range Fixed Spool Reels

Kilwell Range Fixed Spool Reels

We stock a wide range of Kilwell Fixed Spool Reels to suit all needs and budgets. To view our full range please click

Kilwell Range  Free Spool Reels

Kilwell Range Free Spool Reels

Range of Kilwell Fixed Spool Reels with Level Wind, Freshwater and Saltwater from trout to snapper-kingfish reels

TiCA Reels

TiCA Reels

TiCA Produces Fine Quality Tackle for the World Market. The Range includes Bait Feeder, Bait Caster, Surf Reels all with a 10-year Warranty.

We have a large range of  Reels in Stock.  Including Kilwell, Tica, Okuma and Alvey.

Our range of reels are suitable for all fishing requirements ranging from Game, Trolling, Boat, Surf, Freshwater.

See below for information which should help you choose the type of reel is suitable to your needs.

Buy Online Fishing Reels:

We offer a wide range and extensive variety of all kinds of fishing reels in this range of ours. We stock these amazing reels from many world renowned brands including; Tica, Kilwell, Okuma, Alvey etc.

These reels we stock offer variety in their sizes, designs and applications. These varieties from our range combine to give purpose-specific reels which are suitable for certain applications.

This diverse range has items, which are highly suitable for all these different fishing applications. Some of these applications include; trolling, surf, boat and game fishing.

These product types offer variety in designs with single and 2 speed options, which translate to power and speed of the item. Variety in design, specifications also includes free, fixed spools and different kinds of casting operations.

All different applications and purpose specifications demand separate product types. With this diverse and extensive range we have made sure that we have a product for every purpose specific application you may need it for.

Selection of the ideal reel for every other application is vital to your success in the adventure. Which is why we are recommended to select the ideal product for you need from a myriad of products we stock.

Whether you want to capture a Pan fish in a pond or a big game fish in the sea you are going to need an ideal reel for the condition to make it possible, with our collection you have all kinds of it at the same place. 

Whether you are starting your journey off as a beginner or even if you’re a professional seasoned fisherman, this range reserves ideal equipment for everyone, every purpose and condition.

You can benefit from amazing deals we offer on all these reels and more, by placing your orders now. Below are enlisted all these product types which we feature in this range of ours.


  • Alvey Boat -Surf Casting Reels:

We stock these reels in this range with a great variety. These items are suitable for use in trolling, surf, kayak, rock and boat casting operations. These branded accessories are tested performers in NZ waters. They come with star, lever drags. Our range also offers left-hand models in these articles. These high quality accessories are shipped all the way from Australia. These are made available in various sizes, designs or purpose specifications to make sure you have an item for every demand of yours.

  • Boat Snapper Reels:

Our range includes boat snappers which are multiplier reels. Accessories in this line unlike, fixed spool ones, offer greater casting distances and powers, which is a feature of multiplier series. These are great to use for all kinds of species ranging from bait to game or even king fish. This range also offers left-handed models to help you choose the ideal item. These are great when using light to heavy kinds of rods or braids. These slight variations provide you with purpose specific items for different tasks.

  • Bait feeder Reels:

Bait feeder product type also features in our extensive range. We stock wide variety of items in this line. These are suitable for use in Stray lining and soft bait fishing. Accessories in this range possess 5 rust resistant ball bearings along with 1 roller bearing. The maximum drag value vary between 5.5 kg to 7.5 kg for this type. We stock items from renowned brands in this type. These world renowned brands we stock these items from include; Okuma, Kilwell and Tica among others.

  • Bait caster Reels:

Bait casters are valuable type in our range. These accessories are ideal for catching snapper due to the precise accuracy they offer in operation. They provide this accuracy by extracting great accuracy from jigs and spinner baits or other lures. The bait casters will enable you to launch your lures much further than before. This happens as line moves straight and not in spinning circular motion off the spool. We also offer variety in these accessories in their sizes, designs and applications to make sure we have an item for every purpose.

  • Kilwell Beach Reels:

Kilwell branded beach reels are amazing accessories in this range. These products are very useful in long casting. Items in this type specialize in surf casting, wharf and beach fishing operations. These items offer a fixed spool. Owing to fixed spool it offers a smooth easy to use operation with little maintenance required. This type features many important items from world renowned brands. Some brands we stock in this product type include; Tica, Kilwell and Alvey among others.

  • Kilwell Game Reels:

Game reels range of ours include products, which are specifically designed to perform well in game fishing. Other operations in these accessories are suitable for include; deep water fishing, jigging and trolling operations. This exclusive range of ours stocks this type from renowned brands. Articles in this range possess the ability to be run at single and 2 speed options. These design varieties enable customers to select ideal product for their needs.

  • Kilwell Jigging Reels:

Jigging reels from Kilwell brand in this range are of top quality. These products have high drag values. These are tailor made for jigging operations in NZ waters. Tica and Penn are the other brands which provide their items under this line of ours. These articles include spin or drag product types which is great for jigging operations. This range also includes high quality Talisman spin reel. We offer these accessories in various designs and colors to provide you with choice.

  • Kilwell Freshwater Reels:

Our diverse range also stocks freshwater items in this product type. Freshwater items are available in our stocks which serve different purposes including; bait casting, jigging, fly, spinning, harling etc. These accessories are made available in a variety of sizes to suit your requirements. The list of renowned brands from which we stock these quality products include; SA systems, Orvis, Tica, and Genesis etc. We offer variety in size, design and manufacturing material of these items.

  • Kilwell Range Fixed Spool Reels:

This range features fixed spool reels with extensive variety, including all kinds of accessories namely; spin, surf, wind, bait cast etc. Fixed spool ones are easy to maintain. They are also easy to operate. These articles are specifically built to make sure all your needs are fulfilled without going beyond your tight budget. In fixed spool, normally reel is mounted below rod. This allows you to perform complete casting operation with one hand only. This line also features quality types like Caiman and Pisces in diverse variety.

  • Kilwell Range Free Spool Reels:

Our range features free spool from renowned brands with level wind. These products are suitable for performing various operations including; bait casting, bait feeding, surf casting, long casting and spinning operations. This product type features some great items in cybernetic, Gallant, luster, Rage and Samira type. These accessories and capable of catching all species of fish ranging from snapper to trout and king fish. These are also suitable for salt, fresh water operations.

  • Okuma Big Game Reels:

Okuma brand is known for its innovation in design and technology of its products. We stock we variety of big game fishing reels in this range. Articles in this line are specifically manufactured, designed to be capable of performing both; inshore and offshore fishing operations. This product type is equipped with the latest technology components and designs. This product type features some amazing products from Okuma brand including; Makraira, Metalloid, and Andros types. These lever drag items are available in single and 2 speed options in this range.

  • Okuma Star Drag Reels:

This product type in our range features Cortez series of Okuma brand. This product type include items for everybody; from beginners to seasoned professionals. Cortez offers a great experience of light tackle to all the anglers. The Okuma brand in our range contributes some amazing product types including Cortez Series and many others. Cortez series offers an innovation in design and specifications by Okuma like they always offer. Cortez offers great overhead experience of high-speed fishing operation.Overhead High Speed Fishing Reel.

  • Okuma Spinning Reels:

Okuma brand’s spinning reels are technologically advanced and numerous. This product type in our range features spinning reels from various product types including; Azores, Ceymar, Helios, Trio-High speed etc. This line offers an extensive variety in sizes, designs and purpose specification or application of these products. Okuma’s technological advancement coupled with variety offers great spinning experience to anglers of all levels. This product type has an item for all; from a pan fish in pond to the big game in sea.

  • Tica Boat, Game Reels:

This range finally includes, a great variety of TiCA branded accessories. Tica brand prides itself on innovations, which makes products in this range super competitive and innovative.These items relate to all kinds of different fishing operations. This product type features different types of products including; bait caster, bait feeders, and surf items. We stock Tica branded items with a warranty of 10 years on all products. We stock technologically advanced Surf, game and jigging reels in this product type with an extensive variety in design, size and operations.

You can benefit from amazing deals we offer on all these products and more, by placing your orders now.


Fishing Reel Features

In selecting the right reel for your style of fishing there are literally thousands of different reels on the market today to choose from. For the less experienced angler this can be somewhat confusing. Before we compare the features of reels here are some pointers that will help you determine a list of requirements for the best type of reel to use. First, what kind of fish will you be catching? What is the average size, and angling technique? Will you be casting lures using live bait or trolling.

What pound test line is best suited for the fishing application. These answers will narrow down your search and aid in purchasing the proper reel. As a general guideline the lighter the line and smaller the game fish the best reel choice for the novice anglers and children is a spin cast reel. For the more proficient caster using the same set-up a spinning reel is best. As the targeted species gets larger requiring heavier line and lures a conventional reel or bait caster will be the better choice.

For the best performance from your reel, the reel must be balanced with your rod. If you use a reel that weighs too much for the rod it will feel butt heavy. You will have problems casting and it will take away the sensitivity from the rod tip in feeling a fish strike.

Conversely, a reel that is too light for a rod will make it feel tip heavy, by useing  for a length of time your wrist will tire by trying to hold the rod upward.For a properly balanced outfit hold the rod with the reel attached on the foregrip (the handle above the reel) by using a few fingers, the rod should sway back and forth and stay somewhat horizontal not completely moving forward or backward, if not change reel sizes or rod length to achieve a balanced outfit.

Listed below are the features and components that makeup reels, many of them are universal and found on all types of reels, these descriptions will help you identify and understand the ideal reel for your angling needs.



The anti-reverse function on reels is so the handle does not turn backward when the line is pulled from the reel as the drag is used. Spinning reels have an anti-reverse on/off lever that will allow the angler the choice of engaging the drag or back reeling when fighting a fish. Most baitcasting reels today have anti-reverse as a standard feature.

High-quality reels that feature the number of bearings on models followed with a single number such as 7+1 indicates an anti-reverse bearing which with tighter machining tolerances provides the angler with a “no play in handle” giving the angler complete control during stop and go retrieves and solid hook sets. For larger game fish some bait casting and trolling reels use an additional anti-reverse gear along with the bearing this adds security if the bearing cannot handle the strain of hard running fish.


Ball Bearings

All conventional fishing reels contain either ball bearings or bushings built within the reel to operate the spool smoothly. It is the generally thought that the greater amount of bearings in a reel the smoother the operation and the higher the cost. But one must consider that a number of bearings does not necessarily mean that the reel is smoother than others with less.

Reel companies only list the total number of bearings for the reel, not the type or quality of the bearings. In other words a 2 ball bearing reel machined with tight tolerances and high quality factory sealed stainless steel bearings will perform longer and smoother than a reel with 6 ball bearings made of brass.

The deciding factor when it comes to purchasing a new reel should not be limited to just the number of bearings but the overall performance, (smooth cranking, machining & bearing qualities ) as comparing to other reels in determining which is the smoothest.


Casting Controls (Baitcasting)

All quality baitcasting reels come with built in casting control systems that help determine how fast the spool is spinning when casting. These systems are centrifugal and magnetic, depending on the model some have one some have both and are either externally adjustable or internal.

The centrifugal casting control is located on the reel handle side and his adjusted by turning the knob forward or backward. The magnetic control braking system is located on the other side with a numbered position dial to increase or decrease the amount of magnetic force applied to the spool.

This is the fine tuning feature found on more expensive reels that work with an internal transfer braking mechanism, at the beginning of a cast (with the increased RPM‘s) this mechanism rotates out towards the braking magnets to slow the spool which helps reduce backlashing.

While no baitcasting reel is considered backlash free even with all of the casting features to help control the spool casting speed. It is still advisable to apply light thumb pressure on the spool in order to prevent a backlash.



All types of fishing reels have a drag system. The drag feature is a tension setting applied to the spool of the reel, think of it as a clutch or line braking system. The drag uses a set of multiple disc washers that compress when pressure is increased or relaxed when decreased. The concept of the drag is letting the line unwind in a controlled manner off the reel when a fish pulls so hard that the line is in danger of breaking. The drag should be set tight enough for a hook set, but loose enough to come off of the fishing reel easily.

Baitcasting/Trolling/Spincast reels use a star-shaped wheel located on the reel handle called a star drag, adjustments are made by turning the wheel to the proper tension. Spinning reels have two types of drags – front drag and a real drag. Front drags are generally smoother than a rear drag. The front drag features larger, multiple disc drag washers on the spool that offer a higher level of performance and durability.

The rear drag uses applied pressure on the drive shaft. Rear drag spinning reels may offer convenience and ease of use, but they normally don’t stand up to big fish and demanding conditions like front drag reel models. Lever drags are a available feature on high-end (expensive) trolling and baitcasting reels. Lever drags allows the tension to be adjusted in more precise smaller increments which supplies a smoother fish-fighting performance.

As a rule always check your drag before your first cast.Pull the line with your hand, if you have a decent amount of resistance, you should be fine. In cases where you hook an exceptional sized fish the drag should be adjusted (increased) as you feel the size of the fish. Another tip to reduce reel maintenance; when storing your reels for an extended amount of time, back off the drag tension setting. Leaving drag settings tight will cause the drag washers to become flat reducing the tension ability.


Gear Ratios

All reel manufactures list the gear ratio on their products. The gear ratio refers to how many revolutions the spool of the reel makes per one complete turn of the reel handle. For instance a high-speed reel with a 6:1 ratio will make 6 revolutions versus a low-speed reel at 3:1 with 3 revolutions per each turn of the reel handle.

Generally, low-speed reels are best suited for lures that require a slow presentation and greater cranking power such as crankbaits for bass and pike, and large muskie baits. High-speed reels are better for working lures quickly when the angler seeks speed for “burning” bucktails, spinnerbaits, and lipless crankbaits.

Reels with the range of 5.1 are the best compromise if purchasing a single reel. Another alternative is a two-speed reel that the angler can shift from high speed to low speed with a simple push or pull of a button.


Level Wind

Found on most baitcasting and trolling reels as the name implies, the level wind feature automatically places the line evenly or level across on the spool upon retrieving the line.

On low profile and smaller round baitcasting reels the line guide will remain in its’ position when casting, on larger round baitcasting reels the line guide will follow the line when casting. This offers the angler the convenience of not manually guiding the line on the spool, which if not properly done will usually pile up in the center of the spool.


Line Capacity

Printed on the reel or it’s package is a guideline of the amount of fishing line that the spool of the reel will hold. This chart is based on the use of monofilament line and will look like this: 8/(175) 10/(155) 12/(130) the first number is the lb test followed by a number of yards. This indicates the line rating set by the manufacturer for 8-12 lb test line to work correctly without either stressing parts or making it difficult to use.

By varying the pound test line on the reel such as placing 40lb on a reel rated for 8lb-12lb will give you an inadequate amount of line due to the increased line thickness making the reel difficult to cast as well as increasing the stress and eventual failure on the drag (By setting the drag too tight) With the advent of new fishing lines with increased lb test and reduced diameters we still recommend that you follow guideline placed on the reel by the reel company.


Line Counters

This reel feature is found exclusively on trolling reels. It allows a reference by which anglers can consistently return a bait to the same depth or distance from the boat when flat line trolling or rigging (Downriggers, Dipsey Divers and Trolling Boards) There are two types of reel line counters, Analog and Digital. Analog line counters resemble car odometers, clicking off numbers as the spool revolves.

Digital line counters provide the same line usage reading as the analog but can also be programmed for differences in line thickness accounting for impressive accuracy. Line counters are also very useful on how much line is left on your reel after a fish makes a run.


Line Out Alarm

This feature is an audible alarm alerting the angler of a fish strike also known as a clicker or bait alarm. A simple on-off switch is used in the free spool mode. Always disengage the clicker when retrieving or casting. Line out alarms are available on baitcasting and spinning reels. They are mainly used for presenting live/cut bait on the ocean.


On / Off Free Spool Lever

On trolling reels there is a simple on/off lever that when switched on engages the reel for retrieving the line, when switched off it is in free spool allowing the angler to let the line run off the reel using a bait or lure. Always keep your thumb on the free spool to control the amount of line released to prevent a backlash.


Reel Housings and Frames

Most reel housings and frames are constructed of either aluminum (die-cast or forged) or graphite.   Each of these materials has its advantages and disadvantages, reels made of anodized aluminum are generally stronger and more durable than the graphite models, however, they are heavier.

Graphite-bodied reels are light and corrosion resistant, yet they normally don’t offer the same strength and durability as die-cast or forged aluminum fishing reels. Due to the nature of a spinning reel’s design, their bodies are composed of multiple pieces. Many conventional baitcasting reels are also constructed in the same fashion; however, some manufacturers have introduced one-piece graphite frames. This design increases the overall integrity and strength of the reel, while maintaining the lighter weight.



When selecting a reel the material type and design of the spool should be a point of consideration. There are two common materials used, machined anodized aluminum and graphite. Of the two the anodized aluminum spool offers greater strength and durability than graphite spools, which can break or crack under torque. On many baitcasting aluminum spools holes have been drilled into reduce the weight while increasing casting distance.

For big water heavy duty fishing large baitcasting and trolling spools are made from metal, using bronze or stainless steel that will offer the strength and capacity required for specialty lines such as heavy dacron or wire used for trolling. Spinning reels today feature a “skirted” spool that overlaps the reel frame, preventing the line to become entangled within the reel housing.

Other skirted spinning reel spool options offer a choice of a standard spool, or a shallower, elongated “long cast” spool design. In theory, the newer long-cast spool design allows for reduced line friction, resulting in greater casting distance.