Bass Pro Shops® MicroLite Classic Spinning Combos

   

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5.2:1

4/120

5'

Ultra Light

Ball Bearings:
2

Recovery:
17.5"

Line Weight:
2-6 lbs.

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

Pieces:
2

5.2:1

4/120

5'6"

Ultra Light

Ball Bearings:
2

Recovery:
17.5"

Line Weight:
2-6 lbs.

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

Pieces:
2

5.2:1

4/120

6'6"

Ultra Light

Ball Bearings:
2

Recovery:
17.5"

Line Weight:
2-6 lbs.

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

Pieces:
2

5.2:1

4/120

7'6"

Ultra Light

Ball Bearings:
2

Recovery:
17.5"

Line Weight:
4-8 lbs.

Lure Weight:
1/16 - 1/2 oz.

Pieces:
2
Reel Features:
  • Graphite frame
  • Graphite side covers
  • Aluminum spool
Rod Features:
  • Two-piece construction
  • Glass blank
  • Stainless steel guides
  • Cork handle
  • Hooded reel seat
Bass Pro Shops' MicroLite Classic Spinning Combo is perfect for panfish and trout. The MicroLite Classic Spinning Reel boasts both a graphite frame and graphite side covers. A lightweight aluminum spool delivers outstanding performance.
With an ultra light action and power, Bass Pro Shops' two-piece MicroLite Classic Rod is fitted with stainless steel guides and a cork handle. A glass blank and a cushioned, brushed gold reel seat make this an even better value.
Rated 4.8 out of 5 by 10 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Saw this and Want It Saw this combo at my local Bass Pro Shop and after my combo broke on me today while Crappie Fishing I am going to go purchase this Combo . I really like the limber rod and it will come in handy for Crappie Fishing April 12, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great noodle rod The reel is surprisingly good and smooth for an inexpensive combo. The rod is very limber and whippy. It is made like an old Eagle Claw fiberglass rod. It has no backbone, and is very flexy. This is a GREAT thing for some kinds of fishing. I use it using a rodholder, for fishing minnows, tightline, right under the boat. Using a small split shot as weight, it puts a nice bend in the rod tip. When a fish hits the bait from below, the rod tip raises, indicating a strike! I catch a lot more fish on this rod, using this technique, than I would with a stiffer rod. I don't think it is sensitive at all, and cant be compared with a graphite rod for sensitivity. But I was not looking for a sensitive rod for this kind of fishing, because that often equals stiffness. I bought the rod because a buddy had an "ole yeller" rod that worked great. He lost it overboard. I'm getting him one of these as a replacement, because we both like 'em so much. July 24, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by excellent rod! i purchased the 7'6" model for drop shotting trout. It has worked wonders for me. The sensitivity of the rod is unbelievable for it's price. Catching small fish like bluegill feels like your fighting a monster. I've caught up to 6lb bass on this rod with no problem. i like using senkos with this rod, it gives them good action when wacky rigged. Casting small light lures is a breeze with this pole. I will buy this rod again in the future for my dad. June 27, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by I love this pole! This is a great light weight pole that cssts great. The only reason I purchased this rod and reel is because it was yellow and I thought it was cute. I am so happy I did purchase it because it works great (casts great)! It is a shorter rod and is easy for my daughter to use too. April 11, 2013
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Will this combo work with braid and what would you suggest?
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I probably would not suggest using braid on this combo unless it is a very light pound test of braid since this is a Ultralight Combo
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usually spinning reels and braid don't get along because of the natural line twist that comes with spinning rods. also the drag system with spinning reels don't favor braid because it tends to cut or sinch on itself. however if use 8 to 10 lb mono as backing and the eyes on your rod are made for braid or superline a small diameter braid can be used with spinning combos quite effectively.
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I use the Bionic Blade /Shimano Smytre combo with Spider Wire braid. I have no problems - typically backtrolling.
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I'm trying to get a cheap ultralight set up but good quality. Considering that the rod itself is $20 and this is $25 I wanted to know how it holds up.
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For the money it is a very good quality and has a 2 ball bearing rating I tried it out pretty god at the store and like it and am going to buy it now
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Reel seems fine. Not refined, not too crude, but decent for most purposes.
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It is really limber and I would not use it for bass myself to me it is better suited for Crappie or just panfish
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If you fish it right, yes it would work on Bass probably up to 6 lbs or so.

Side note, I just moved to VA two weeks ago and am looking forward to finding some fishing holes to do some bank fishing, no boat.

Also a disabled Vet.
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I'd be leary of using this for anything very large. Getting a decent hookset with the flexibility of the rod is difficult. Playing a bass with it would be kind of fun and challenging, but also a bit frustrating. I doubt if you could turn his head if it came to that.
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The bass would have to be a little on the smaller size around 1-2lb.
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Yes but stick to smaller more finesse lures. I have caught a couple fish in the 16" inch range so far and it held up well, the pole has a lot of bend in it. Like the other person said; use a net and don't try man handling a big fish enjoy the fight.
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Small bass under 2 or 3 lbs shouldnt be a problems but finesse and dont try to lift them out of the water use a net or hand hold on the fish.
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good, just use finesse with it
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