Bass Pro Shops® Crappie Maxx® Deluxe Crappie Reel

   

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CX40

Right

3.6:1

Line Capacity:
6/90

Reel Weight (oz):
4.3
  • Designed especially for light-biting crappie
  • Smooth drag that’s compatible with ultralight lines
  • Easy-cranking handle
  • Selective on/off bait clicker
  • Stop position anti-reverse
  • Multi-disc star drag spool tension knob
  • 3.6:1 gear ratio

Designed especially for light-biting crappie, the Bass Pro Shops® Crappie Maxx Deluxe Crappie Reel features a smooth drag that’s compatible with ultralight lines, easy-cranking handle, selective on/off bait clicker, and stop position anti-reverse. Features multi-disc star drag spool tension knob and 3.6:1 gear ratio. Weight: 4.3 oz. Line capacity: 6 lbs./90 yards.

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Rated 3.2 out of 5 by 6 reviewers.
Rated 3 out of 5 by Will get the job done Seemed kind of cheaply made but I noticed it was just not tightened up properly. It doesn't seem to want to work without the bait clicker on and the anti reverse switch is finicky. I think it will work well but if don't know for how long. November 29, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by Crappie Maxx Performed poorly. Line kept going inside reel causing reel to malfunctions. I would not purchase this item again. March 15, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Not for casting I bought this reel to go with an uncle bucks crappie rod, but it didn't turn out too well, so I took my crappie pole and took all the line off of it and put a real rod tip on it. Then, I taped this reel on to it. I works great. I can't wait to get the slab grabber combo, because I'm gonna swap reels with it. June 29, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by Okay Product This is an okay product. While it is not a bad product, it could be a little better. When I tighten the drag, it sometimes does not stay tightened and loosens. But overall, it's a good product. The line stays on, and reeling in is smooth and fun. I would recommend this more as a tightline or trolling reel because you can't cast it. May 21, 2012
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I fish a lake near my house that has bass that rarely grow over six pounds. Would this be able to handle a three to six pound bass?

Oh, and also, can this reel be casted?
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 - Miami, FL
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No it can't cast but it can handle bass because it has a drag system and I caught a few 1-2 pounders on it.
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Yes it will I caught a four pound bass out of a creek I fish on the weekends
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Theyve handled a few 3lb bass and a couple of 2lb crappie. And thats using 6lb Crappie Maxx line.
If I get a 6lb on i will let you know.
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 - Norcross, GA
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You can't cast it. It does not have a free spool release.
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This reel is not really for casting. It is for tight lining and very slow trolling.
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 - Amarillo, TX
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selectable
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This is a right hand retreive reel
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 - Springfield, MO
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