Bass Pro Shops Crappie Maxx Junior Rod and Reel Spincast Combo

   

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Gear Ratio
Line Cap
Length
Power
Other specs Quantity Price & availability

4.1:1

4/70

4'6"

Ultra Light

Ball Bearings:
1

Max Drag:
5.5

Recovery:
16"

Line Weight:
2-6 lbs.

Lure Weight:
1/64 - 1/8 oz.

Pieces:
1
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  • SKU: 1824020

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The Bass Pro Shops® Crappie Maxx® Junior Rod and Reel Spincast Combo features an easy-to-use spincast reel mounted on a sensitive fiberglass rod enabling your young crappie angler to pull in the slabs before you know it! The 4'6" ultra-light one-piece rod has a handy hi-vis orange tip to help in strike detection, plus comfortable cork grips. Reel weight: 4.8 oz.

  • 4.8 oz. spincast reel
  • 4'6" ultra-light one-piece fiberglass rod
  • Handy hi-vis orange tip on rod
  • Comfortable cork grips
Bass Pro Shops Crappie Maxx Junior Rod and Reel Spincast Combo 2 5 5 5
Poor Quality My little guy was sure proud of his first "big boy" rod and reel (meaning no cartoon characters on it!) The second time out, the rod broke as he was tugging his lure out of the moss. It had only 6-lb line on the reel so it should have broken the line before the rod. It wasn't a snap. It just kind of crumbled at the midpoint. July 2, 2014
Crappie rod the pole is just right, the tip helps a lot, and the feel is just right for Crappie.I plan on buying two more March 13, 2014
Not real impressed I took two boys to a youth fishing tournament. I purchased one of these rods for each.We quickly found that they knotted up within the reel. We did have a Bass Pro employee install new line for us so we would be prepared. Not sure what the deal is, but can not honestly say a good purchase. If I didn't bring two of my own rods for the boys to use, we would have had a very short tournament. March 3, 2014
Poor product I have ordered two of these poles for my 6 year old son and both The reels do not function. I would not recommend this product especially for a child. July 2, 2013
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Everytime i point the rod down and when i start reeling.It doesnt reel in the line until i add some weight to the line or point the rod upward.Please help.
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Its a cheap rod, buy a spinning reel. I would also say that it isnt picking the line up right or that your line is loose on the spool. My first answer is my best though.
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if you are out of line it will contine to spin like that. if not then the line could be loose on the reel. try to add some line to the reel. if that still dosent work you might have your drag way too low
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