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Bass Pro Shops® Crappie Maxx® Signature Series Spinning Combos

   

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Length Power Other specs Quantity Price & availability

4' 6"

Ultra Light

Ball Bearings:
3+1

Line Weight:
1-6 lbs.

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

5'6"

Ultra Light

Ball Bearings:
3+1

Line Weight:
1-6 lbs.

Lure Weight:
1/32 - 1/4 oz.

6'6"

Light

Ball Bearings:
3+1

Line Weight:
2-8 lbs.

Lure Weight:
1/16 - 1/4 oz.
Reel features:
  • Graphite body and side plates
  • Graphite rotor
  • Brass pinion gear
  • Steel main shaft
  • Aluminum bail wire and spool
  • Machined aluminum handle
  • Rubber knob
  • 4 bearing system with Powerlock instant anti-reverse
  • 5.2:1 Gear Ratio
Rod features:
  • 24 Ton graphite blank
  • 1 pc. construction
  • Stainless steel guides
  • EVA split grip handle
Our Crappie Maxx Signature Series Spinning Combos feature a redesigned body, built of reinforced graphite for incredible strength and minimal weight. Inside, you'll find a brass pinion gear and a stainless steel main shaft, a smooth and durable drag system, and 4 bearing system with Powerlock instant anti- reverse. The graphite rotor is topped with an aluminum spool and bail wire, and a machined aluminum handle with comfortable rubber knob makes cranking easy.

The rods feature crappie-specific actions, with sensitive and responsive 24-ton graphite blanks, stainless steel guides and EVA foam handles.

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Rated 5 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great value i bought this combo after buying the a zebco combo that work for about 2 week and the reel broke, so i brought it back and i thought i would give this one a try, and man I'm glad i did the reel is smooth and the rod has great action. This combo is one of the best i have bought in a long time. April 1, 2014
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The photo shows a right-hand wind. I asked this same question for the Signature Series spinning reel which is marked "Left/Right" on it's web page. I assume this combo uses the same reel. The question remains unanswered.
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It is left/right retreive. To change form on to the other, you unscrew the cap oppisite side of handle and change the handle to the other side and then screw the cap back in.
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Just unscrew the crank and screw it back in on the other side.
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Comes set up right, but u can switch it to left.
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They are all very light, none of the ones on display I would consider med, or heavy, Its a great ultralight rod for crappie, bream and even some smaller bass, tons of fun!
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Actions are from LIGHT to HEAVY and anything between. HEAVY action denotes the rod's stiffness and ability to handle heavier fish. LIGHT denotes the rods bendable, flexible nature, which may allow for easier hook sets on smaller fish, as well as a forgiving aspect for novice anglers who might tend to put too much movement on a lure or bait. Heavy actions are also better for certain methods of fishing, such as pitching and flipping into cover, where light action rods are good for light line and small baits in finesse situations.
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The first two would be, the third would be light.
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