Bass Pro Shops® Stampede Spincast Combos

   

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3.4:1

5' 6"

Medium

15/80

Model:
SYN10

Ball Bearings:
1

Max Drag:
16

Recovery:
16"

Line Weight:
6-12 lbs.

Lure Weight:
1/8 - 1/2 oz.

Pre Spooled Line Test lbs:
15

3.4:1

6"

Medium

10/75

Model:
SYN15

Max Drag:
17

Recovery:
17"

Line Weight:
6-12 lbs.

Lure Weight:
1/8 - 1/2 oz.

Pre Spooled Line Test lbs:
10
  • Rod and reel combos
  • Two models available
  • Perfect for beginners or experienced anglers
Whether you're a beginner looking for a starter combo or an experienced angler looking to add an affordable, high-performing combo to your arsenal, these exceptionally balanced Stampede Spincast Combos are excellent rigs for chasing panfish, crappie, and trout. Both rod models feature a tough tubular glass constructed blank, smooth stainless steel guides with lightweight stainless steel inserts and a graphite twist-lock reel seat equipped with ergonomic EVA foam grips. The hassle-free reels come pre-spooled and features a polished stainless steel front cone with durable lightweight graphite frame, strong chrome plated steel single grip handle, spool applied adjustable disc drag system and reliable heavy duty metal gears.
 
Model SYN10 Features:
  • Tough tubular glass constructed blank
  • Smooth stainless steel guides with lightweight stainless steel inserts
  • Graphite twist-lock reel seat
  • Ergonomic EVA foam grips
  • Pre-spooled with 75 yards of 10 lb test line
  • A polished stainless steel front cone
  • Durable lightweight graphite frame
  • Strong chrome plated steel single grip handle
  • Spool applied adjustable disc drag system
  • Reliable heavy duty metal gears
  • Gear Ratio of 3.4:1

Model SYN15 Features:
  • Tough tubular glass constructed blank
  • Smooth stainless steel guides with lightweight stainless steel inserts
  • Convenient hang tag to secure a dangling hook
  • Graphite twist-lock reel seat
  • Ergonomic EVA foam grips
  • Pre-spooled with 80 yards of 15 lb test line
  • A polished stainless steel front cone
  • Durable lightweight graphite frame
  • Strong chrome plated steel single grip handle
  • Spool applied adjustable disc drag system
  • Reliable heavy duty metal gears
  • Soft, dual pick up pins
  • A durable elastomer pinch ring designed to reduce line wear-and-tear
  • Gear Ratio of 3.2:1
Rated 4 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Good for the money This reel combo was a good buy for the money. I bougt it for my 11 y/o daughter. She can manage to get even a closed face reel to tangle and backlash. This one has been good so far. I did however replace the 10 lb. test with Stren 15 lb. test after she manged to entangle the factory line. Since I have replaced the line, there have been no further problems. If it will stand up to her it should stand up to anything. April 26, 2010
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i cant take the reel apart.
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this paticular pole you can unscrew the end and then you tie the string around it after you have it ran through the eye lit. Then reel the string on is the easiest way.
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You unscrew the silver cap in front of the reel to get inside it.
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this is a two peice rod
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2 piece
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I see the other types of fish it'd be good for. What about bass?
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Its a great kids rod will probably catch some bass but not sure how it would hold up to the great big ones at this time. Treat it good and this set up will treat you good. It is not the tackle that catches fish or the pole or the boat. It is the person and how they fish that catches fish. But thats also why it is called fishing and not catching is what I was always told. I use cheaper setups and have a cheaper boat and can catch the same fish as the others out there on the water.
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Reel not heavy enough
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Yes, this combo can be used for any type
of freshwater fishing.
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Yes this can be switched to left handed with a screw driver and you just move the reel handle over to the other side and the other part to the opposite side.
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Yes, I have changed the handle. I am left handed.
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