Bass Pro Shops Crappie Maxx Tightline Special Crappie Reel

   

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CXT40

Right

3.2:1

Line Capacity:
6/70

Ball Bearings:
1+1

Recovery:
9" Per Turn

Reel Weight (oz):
4
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The ideal mate for the Crappie Maxx Tightline Special Rod, the Bass Pro Shops® Crappie Maxx® Tightline Special Crappie Reel is perfectly adapted to specialized crappie techniques such as spread trolling, drifting, spider rigging, and deep-water bottom bouncing. Features include an aluminum cover, sideplate, and spool; 3.2:1 gear ratio, spool applied tension knob brake system, all-brass gearing, and a stamped aluminum star drag. Weight: 4 oz. Line capacity: 6 lbs./70 yds. Line recovery: 9" per handle turn.

  • Perfectly adapted to specialized crappie techniques
  • Aluminum cover, sideplate, and spool
  • 3.2:1 gear ratio
  • Spool applied tension knob brake system
  • All-brass gearing
  • Stamped aluminum star drag

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Bass Pro Shops Crappie Maxx Tightline Special Crappie Reel 2.7 5 10 10
misrepresent the reel is nice except it does not have anti-reverse locking. as advertised. don't know how you would troll with the reel not locking. buy the cheaper pro shop reel for $15 September 4, 2011
Lacks 2 things This is a good quality reel and would be the best mini baitcaster on the planet if it had a levewind and a clicker. July 14, 2011
Worth the Extra $10 Good crappie reel, better than the $10 version they offer, would spend the extra money for the additional features. July 12, 2011
very poor This reel is a real piece of GARBAGE! i plan on returning mine asap July 8, 2011
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How do you cast it?

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Do you press a button that i didnt see or do you put it into anti reverse?
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you hold you thumb on the spool
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You use anti reverse to set your depth. Then lock it back in place. From there, jig away my friend!
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yes it is
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yes it's green. are you matching your rod? ha ha
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The reel is a very classy metallic moss green color. As far as I know that is the only color this reel is produced in.
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Yes it is green . The old wally marshall models are a little darker green but these newer ones are near the same green ( light emerald metallic green ) . Nice reels . I use large mono line ( 20# biggame solar by berkly ) and tie a flourocarbon leader to it so I can see the bite better and keep line from getting behind the side of the spool . A problem these reels have with any line 12# or under . Anyway I would put the large diameter line with a leader on it anyway even if it wasn't a problem . Good luck and tight lines to you and yours .
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Yes, the color is green on the reel.
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