Bass Pro Shops Nitro Tournament Z Baitcast Reel

   

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NTZ10HB

Right

6.4:1

Line Capacity:
12/120

Ball Bearings:
9+1

Max Drag:
12 Lbs.

Recovery:
26.0" Per Turn

Reel Weight (oz):
8.5
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  • SKU: 2015844

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The Nitro Tournament Z Low-Profile Baitcast Reel from Bass Pro Shops® packs a lot of features into a handsome, compact, affordable package. The smooth-casting Nitro Tournament Z Low-Profile Baitcaster boasts a rigid, one-piece aluminum frame; a double-anodized, forged aluminum spool for strength; a recurved aluminum drag star; nine stainless steel, double-shielded ball bearings; powerlock instant anti reverse and a recurved aluminum handle. The Nitro Z’s drag system incorporates three carbon-Teflon and three stainless steel washers. Additional features include an RTB braking system with one control dial; an oval-type, titanium nitride coated zirconia line guide, ribbed handle knobs for a sure grip; an oversized aluminum tension knob; and a rubber padded thumb bar.

  • 1-piece aluminum frame
  • Double-anodized forged aluminum spool
  • Recurve aluminum drag star
  • 10 bearing system including power lock instant anti reverse
  • Recurve aluminum handle

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Great Price I purchased one of these reels for several reasons. First, the price is great, and secondly, it has ten bearings. It is light and has a low-profile, so it is easy to cast and retrieve. Took it out of the box, mounted it on a spare rod, and headed out the door to go fishing. Caught two Bass and was impressed with how smooth it was reeling them in. This Reel is definitely worth $60. December 16, 2014
Excellent Value This is a great reel for the money. It's a reel anyone could use. No it's not an Abu but I didn't pay an Abu price. Throws great and blind folded you couldn't tell it from a Quantum PT when you turn the handle. If you have trouble with this reel you likely have trouble with your other reels. Thanks Bass Pro Shops. August 31, 2014
value I needed a light reel to worm fish with because of arthritis in my hands. This reel fit the bill. I've been fishing with it for three years. I am retired, live on Lake Eufaula Oklahoma and fish more often than most. this reel with my micro lite rod is my go to. It cast well, the drag works just like an expensive reel. It will handle large fish. It is a great value at this price. August 25, 2014
A challenge It would really be nice if it had come with a user's guide/instructions. I may like it better once I get it figured out, but for now, it is a challenge. I still haven't totally figured out which knob adjusts what with the exception of the drag. July 15, 2014
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Is this reel available in a left side crank and on sale ?
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 - Myrtle Beach,SC
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This reel is only available in the right hand retreive.
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 - Springfield, MO
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i own a pro qualifier and it's awesome!!!!! was looking at another reel and saw this on sale.... which one is a better reel ?
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I've used the pro qualifier they are similar but the pq is better
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Pro Q hands down...

This one isn't bad while it's on sale for $60 if $99 is out of your reach. Though the Pro Q's go on sale from time to time for ~$75 which unless you're in a rush I'd hold out for.
9 months ago
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Have 2 PQ reels, so far like the NitroZ better
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Equal in value to me
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Pro Qual.
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Pro Qual by far.
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 - Charlotte, NC
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I would like to purchase a bait caster that I would be able to alternate between bass and catfishing.
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I have caught some large bass on it and a flathead about 7 #s. I think you could fish it with braded line or 17 to 20 # fluro and be ok. If you after fish over 20#s you might want a heaver reel.
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Would not recomend it for catfishing. Very small spool. I would look into some saltwater series low profile reels. Will have a bigger spool for more line and also better drag systems for both bass and cats
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If you're talking southern catfish 15lbs + then you'll wear out the drag rather quickly - you want something with a more robust drag system...

If you're up north like me (CT) then catfish aren't all that much bigger than the bass so it's no big deal.
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This reel will handle all type of fishing rigs.
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It depends on the gear ratio. Any reel "can" be used for catfishing, but when I go, Like heavy gear just in case I hook into a big blue or flathead. I use my muskie gear, but I've seen all bass gear used.
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I'm not real sure but it works well for me. I've been bass fishing for 60 years and have owned lots of reels. I have no complaints with how this reel cast.
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Looking at the parts diagram it appears to be magnetic - ProQualifiers have both hence the "Dual Braking System"
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RTB (Radial Tuned Braking) is an externally adjustable centrifugal brake system. By rotating the dial located on the palming side of the cover
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Wash it right after even if you don't think it got water on it.
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It's safe as long as you maintain the cleanliness of the reel after its been used for saltwater. You have to lube the gears and clean the salt off, for a start
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