Bass Pro Shops Prolite Special Casting Combo

   

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Gear Ratio
Line Cap
Length Power Other specs Quantity Price & availability

6.3:1

12/130

7'

Medium

Retrieve:
Right

Ball Bearings:
6+1

Max Drag:
12

Recovery:
25"

Line Weight:
8-17 lbs.

Lure Weight:
1/4 - 5/8 oz.

Pieces:
1
  • $99.99

  • SKU: 2080565

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6.3:1

12/130

7'

Medium Heavy

Retrieve:
Right

Ball Bearings:
6+1

Max Drag:
12

Recovery:
25"

Line Weight:
10-20 lbs.

Lure Weight:
3/8 - 1 oz.

Pieces:
1
  • $99.99

  • SKU: 2080566

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The Bass Pro Shops® Prolite Special Baitcast Reel is based on an tough aluminum frame, with lightweight and durable graphite sidecover. The forged, double-anodized aluminum spool spins effortlessly for perfect casts, which are precisely regulated by our Dual Braking System. The Prolite baitcaster's extreme smoothness comes from a high-performance 7 bearing system with PowerLock™ instant anti reverse. Other features include a recurved double anodized aluminum handle and EVA handle knobs.

The Prolite rod boasts a strong and sensitive IM6 graphite blank and Pac Bay Micro guides focus your line for more efficient and accurate casts. Lightweight EVA split grips handle.

Reel features:

  • Aluminum frame
  • Lightweight graphite side covers
  • Forged double anodized aluminum spool
  • Recurved double anodized aluminum handle
  • 7 bearing system with PowerLock™ instant anti reverse
  • DBS Dual breaking system
  • EVA handle knobs

Rod features:

  • IM6 graphite blank
  • Pac Bay Micro guides
  • EVA split grip handle

Bass Pro Shops Prolite Special Casting Combo 3.2 5 5 5
Junk! birds nest after birds nest.JUNK! you can not set to cast with out birds nest. October 12, 2014
Good Combo. Inexperienced Workers Well, I bought this rod a few weeks ago and they put line on it for me, and I've been backlashing quite a bit. Even on good casts. Finally I decided to check to see it the line was tied on to the reel good. It's was barely attached. And as soon as I got to the end it came off. After retying my line it worked fine. So I'm assuming that was the problem. Pllease make sure workers know there knots. July 4, 2014
First Baitcaster First, this is my first Baitcaster and well it is FUN. I just recently picked up fishing again and have been throwing a spinning rod 3-4 times a week for the past few months and love being out there. Of course Youtube has been my friend the last few weeks and watching some of you guys using those Baitcasters just looked like fun. I picked up a 6.6 Medium/Heavy last night and jumped right in, again WOW it was great, followed the directions and advice from BPS and I had no tangles or birdsnest, just a great experience. I am glad I stepped up to this Baitcaster. Oh, caught nothing last night, however, went out this morning and caught a small Bass.. It was awesome June 17, 2014
Great value works fine I got the medium heavy in the 7 foot rod. It works as good as it can for it's length. I would prefer a longer rod. I am going to get the carbon lite combo pretty soon with a 7' 6" micro eye rod. Mine works just great as long as you set the real up properly for the weight of the lure. Not everyone would give it as high a mark if they have trouble setting up the anti-backlash settings. There are instructions and if followed work. I just caught a 5 pound bass today on it. I would probably have just ordered a couple more of these rather than the Carbon Lite, but I want a longer rod. The Carbon Lite is definitely worth twice as much too because the reel is so much better and the rod is too as well as the weight saving factor. I have a Carbon Lite I already but it isn't a micro guide. April 18, 2014
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