Bass Pro Shops® Micro Lite™ Glass Casting Rod

   

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4'10"

Ultra Lt

Line Weight:
2-6 lbs.

Lure Weight:
1/16 - 3/8 oz.

Pieces:
2

Model:
MLS410ULC-2
Advanced technology in a lightweight rod built for chasing panfish and trout. Bonded high-density tubular glass construction has just the right amount of flex for tossing light baits, and enough muscle to tame a bull gill heading for the brush. Outfitted with one double footed guide, a comfortable cushioned cork handle, aluminum reel seats, plus a handy hook keeper on every model.
Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 6 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great Ultralight Rod This is a great ultralight rod, especially for around $20. I didn't expect much for the price, but quality is good and sensitivity is better than my ultralight Ugly Stik spinning rods I typically use for panfish. It will cast a 1/64 jig/grub and bobber farther than the Ugly Stik rigged with the same lures. Paired it with a BPS Tinylite casting reel and 4lb Trilene XL. Great performance for the money. October 17, 2011
Rated 1 out of 5 by spoke too soon i thought that this rod looked great wen i first bouhgt it. but i caught one fish on it and went to flip my bait and it flippin snapped. August 10, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great for kids My son broke his "spider man" rod and reel and I realized that it was time to get him a real one. My son is almost 8 and fishes mostly trout and small lake fish. He loves this rod because it is not to long and even a 7in trout fells like a 7pound bass. I would buy this rod for any kids that want an adult looking rod that works GREAT March 17, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great, simple, rod I have used this rod for 5 years and it is trouble free and great for trout in ponds, lakes, and streams. December 30, 2010
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Yes, but to be honest I would spend 20 more dollars and get a BPS Micro Lite graphite rod. They are very lightweight and very fun to catch fish with. Id buy a spinning reel and you can go to town catching panfish and have a great fight if you hook a bass.
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you can use it for any type of fishing but that doesnt mean it will work, but chances are most of the fish in salt water are too big for an ultra light pole
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Yes, but I would recommend spending a little more and getting a BPS graphite series rod
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no this rod could not be used for salt water it would disintagrate
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