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Bass Pro Shops Extreme Spincast Reel

   

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4.6:1

Line Capacity:
10/135

Ball Bearings:
3+1

Max Drag:
9 Lbs.

Recovery:
27" Per Turn
  • $29.99

  • SKU: 1762203

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4.6:1

Line Capacity:
6/125

Braid Capacity:
14/350

Ball Bearings:
3+1

Max Drag:
9 Lbs.

Recovery:
24"
  • $29.99

  • SKU: 2086031

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Our new Bass Pro Shops® Extreme® Spincaster is a great introductory fishing reel for beginners, young and old—and it also makes a reliable, hassle-free reel for those who appreciate simplicity and quality! The Extreme Spincaster features three chrome-plated stainless steel bearings plus a roller bearing, for long-term smoothness. Then there's our famous Powerlock™ instant anti-reverse and a 4.6:1 gear ratio. Other features include an aluminum frame, cover and oscillating spool, which allows line to stack more evenly as it is wrapped, maximizing casting distance and reducing line wear. Also featured are all-metal gears, Free Flow™ Line Guide, and a no-twist line pick-up system. The ceramic Free Flow™ Line Guide is more open than conventional spincast reels to reduce friction,   allowing the line to flow more freely off the spool during the cast to yield longer distances. Anglers will also appreciate the aluminum handle, star drag, thumbar with silicone grid, and the line pickup roller which provides a smooth retrieve while minimizing line wear.

  • Powerlock instant anti-reverse
  • Aluminum frame, cover and Oscillating Spool
  • All-metal gears
  • Free Flow™ Line Guide
  • No-twist line pick-up system
  • Aluminum handle
  • Star drag
  • Thumbar with silicone grid
  • Line Pickup Roller

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Bass Pro Shops Extreme Spincast Reel 3.9 5 28 28
Extreme results Always keep a half dozen reels in my gear bag, and this reel/ price was too good to pass up. It performed extremely well on 1st trip out. I had no problem controlling this large bass, star drag is excellent. This reel combined with the Zoom's White crawdad, trailing a Roadrunner spinner jighead, definitely the ticket. July 25, 2013
Excellent value I've been using this real for about a year now. It's well-made and is a great value for the money. I really like that you can move lures in a hurry if you want to. I have not experienced any difficulty with the thumb button accidentally releasing on Hookset. I would like to see Bas Pro offer a larger model along the lines of a Zebco 733 or 808. This is an excellent value for the money. March 2, 2014
This has a reel flaw! (pun intended) I purchased two of these reels for the small-handed fisherman in my family because of the lowered thumb pad. The reels work perfectly and are easy to use in every way. That being said, I consider the following to be a design flaw that needs to be addressed. The rubber pad on the thumb release came off both reels. They were only held on by a friction fit of two rubber nibs. Once the pad came off there was no getting the nibs back into the holes. Glue wouldn't work due to the different materials, so I ended up attaching the pads with two tiny screws and nuts. Granted, the price for these reels is very reasonable but people want quality. June 4, 2014
*Extremely* Good Reel I am blown away by this reel. For $30 you cannot beat it. The reel retrieves at 27" per full turn which is almost unheard of in most spincast reels. Its smooth as silk. It has a great line capacity. It cast like a sniper rifle. Plus, the designers of this reel were really thinkin' about folks when they put in a lube port on the side of the reel, so you don't have to pull the thing apart to lubricate the gears. I just bought this reel a couple weeks ago, and I've already landed a couple of nice bass and even one 15" long rainbow trout with my Extreme Spincast, it seems to be holding up very well, and looks like a reel I'll get many years of good use out of. If you're lookin' for an alternative to Zebco you needn't look any farther than this reel right here. May 18, 2013
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The ONLY reason your reel performs better after dipping in water is positive proof that your reel needs a good disassemble, clean and lubrication! If you do have to dip it to get by until your are back home, you should dip it in clean water in a bucket or sink with a water spot remover like JetDry!
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I haven't had to do the "dip", but the first cast always catches short with this. Once the line has gone out and back twice, it casts fine. I have even worse issues with Diawa Silvercast.
There's a lot of grease on the spool shaft - not sure if I'd recommend giving it a full dunk. Probably once you do it a few times you'll have to do it every time.
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No and I recommend against it as dunking the reel can lead to water intrusion. While the reel is sealed it is not meant to submerge. Generally line will cast better from any reel once it gets wet though.

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This stuff helps with castability and reduces the curly cues in the line.

http://www.basspro.com/Bass-Pro-Shops-Line-Conditioner/product/1309091533/

I use it on all my reels. The day before a trip I’ll spray all my reels down. I find it also improves the life of the line.

Also the reel should be stored in a cool dry place between trips. Heat and UV light are the enemies of monofilament line. The nose cone protects the line from UV, but heat will still damage it.

Finally….Consider changing the line, especially if the reel is more than a few months old. Fresh line cast much better. I recommend our Excel line or Berkley XL.
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It is to be used with ANY "casting" (not spinning) rod!
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This will work, but a baitcaster will work better.
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I'm thinking of getting two and putting 8 lb. line on one for a lighter rod, and 12 or 14 lb. on the other for my Ugly Stik. Probably 12.
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The reel will function ok with heavier line, but given the limited drag-and 9lbs is a huge stretch in describing the drag-it probably isn't necessary.
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The advertised line capacities posted on the outside of the box are: 8#/160 yards, 10#/135 yards, 12#/120 yards. 14# is not mentioned, but yes, 14# line would be no problem and it would hold approximately 100 yards! I have used both mono and braid with no issues to date.
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Yes I used 30 lb power pro braided line and it worked great
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It will handle 12, and has enough capacity too, but some of the performance advantages of a spincaster will be lost - mainly long smooth casts.
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You can use smaller or larger line on this reel. The only thing that will change is the amount of the line it will hold.
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No, get an abu levelwind 4500 or 5500
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Got the answer. It will handle that just fine and then some! Ordering now!
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Thank you for your question!

This reel weights approximately10 oz.
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I couldn't tell you in ounces, but it is a light and compact reel-no fatigue issues even over a long day's use
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10 oz is the advertised weight on the box!
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10oz.
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10oz.
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If it is a "casting" rod, the answer is yes!
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I answered this question because I happen to use the rod on a 6'6" BPS Tourney Special rod! Yes, they work well together. Light enough to fling a weightless worm good distances, and back bone enough to handle hook sets and impart action. I like them together.
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I HAVE USED THIS REEL ON A RODS MADE FOR SPINNING REELS AND SPINN CAST AND WORKS GOOD ON BOTH
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Yes,..It has your standard attachment set-up.
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of course! the only slight problem is, with its recurve power handle, you kind of have to move the paddles to the 3:00, 9:00 position so you can put your finger on the rod trigger. But, that would be an awesome setup!
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