Bass Pro Shops® CatMaxx™ Spinning Reels
- Built on abuse-absorbing graphite bodies
- 100% aluminum spools
- 4-bearing system including PowerLock™ instant anti-reverse
- Easy handling, great drag system, big line capacity
Catmen, now you've got some true "mongo" reels to strap onto your favorite rods! These 70- and 80-size reels are built on abuse-absorbing graphite bodies, have 100% aluminum spools and feature a quality 4-bearing system including PowerLock™ instant anti-reverse. Easy handling, great drag system, big line capacity, oversized machined-aluminum handle for incredible crankin' power -- ready to slug it out with channels, flatheads, even monster blues!
Line recovery in inches per handle turn.
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for good tangle free breaded line cost alot.
What I use is andy line 20 to 30 andy holds
over 1400 line records you can look this up,
for 20lb you are looking at, for 600 yards, the cost is about $10.00. last may I landed a 27lb flat head on 20lb andy line and it took me about 15m to land. tie you knots good
play the fish well and have fun you will land alot of big cats
level winds I like to use on the boat. only
that spinning reel will cast farther. This
is for big cats.
cattmax reels the baitcaster seems to be fine but I have the same problem as
other fisherman the spinning reel is way too big and will not fit any of my poles, Buy the baitcaster or buy another reel
Spinning is more used for open water but can be accurate as well with practice.
You can pitch and flip with both.
I assumed it wouldn't fit on my light bass pole, but this stripper pole is pretty heavy duty and large, handling 25 pound test, so I assumed this big reel would be a perfect fit...but it doesn't fit?!?!?
for over 20 years. the andy co. holds over 1400 line records you can look this up, 600
yards of 20lb andy line is around $10.00
good tangle free breaded is about $45.00.
good knot tieing and play the fish is allso
key. Have fun and catch the big one.