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Bass Pro Shops® Cat-O-Matic Automatic Fishing Reel

   

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The Bass Pro Shops Cat-O-Matic lures, catches and automatically holds all takers. Made from galvanized steel, the Cat-O-Matic is equipped with a tempered spring that automatically sets the hook when the trigger is released by a fish taking the bait. Popular among crappie and catfish anglers, simply attach the Cat-O-Matic to a limb or a boat dock a couple of inches above the water and let the reel do the rest. 4 pack. Approximately 14' of 60-lb. test line.
Rated 4.1 out of 5 by 7 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Good for the price It works better than just tying a string to a tree. The spring mechanism is a little junky but what do you expect for the price. July 24, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by yo yos have used these for more that 40 years and have never been disapinted July 22, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Impressive Very sturdy construction. Although I have not caught anything with the cat-o-matic yet I am very imperssed with its ease of opperation. I am looking forward to getting a lot of use out of these basic automatic reel's. I am working on a way to hook these to my buddies pontoon with out fastening them permanently. August 19, 2011
Rated 1 out of 5 by Cat-O-Waste of Money Don't waste your money on these. Buy the original made by White's. They are much better quality and cheaper to boot. You can usually buy them buy the dozen for $20 - $24. July 20, 2011
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i fish in a small back water creek but it is known that this creek is home to many catfish over 50 pounds. my freind caught a 150 lb cat
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honestly the best response to that is on YouTube, muddy river at fishing has a great bid on how to modify them and use um
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A trotline or use a saltwater reel and rod use a ugly stick rod and a Penn reel and 15 test line
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if its a small enough fish it could pull it out but its made to fight the fish to stop it from getting unhooked
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It just puts enought pressure to hold them on the hook.
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it does not pull the fish out of the water unless the catch is a bluegill or other small fish
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It would keep the line tight but would not pull even 12 inch fish out of the water.
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I had one simular to this unit a few years ago ,and if you are fishing for Brim/bluegill ,yes it will reel them in ! It was strong enough to do that when I owned one! "Good Luck!"
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nope it just it gives it a quick tug to set the hook
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