Bass Pro Shops TinyLite Spincast Reel

   

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TYLMCB

Left/Right

4.1:1

Line Capacity:
4/70

Ball Bearings:
1

Recovery:
16" Per Turn

Reel Weight (oz):
5.2
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  • SKU: 1316897

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Sharp looks, trouble-free handling, and loads of fun when chasing panfish or stream trout. The Bass Pro Shops® TinyLite™ Spincast Reel features: Polished stainless steel front and rear cones (very strong) with die-cast metal handle; smooth ball bearing drive system; multi-stop anti-reverse allows quick on/off adjustment; and soft rubber accents for extra comfort. Pre-spooled with 70 yards of 4 lb. mono.

  • Trouble-free handling and loads of fun
  • Polished stainless steel front and rear cones
  • Smooth ball bearing drive system
  • Multi-stop anti-reverse allows quick on/off adjustment
  • Pre-spooled with 70 yards of 4 lb. mono
Bass Pro Shops TinyLite Spincast Reel 3.4 5 21 21
Awesome reel This reel is perfect for crappie fishing weather you are slow trolling spider rigs or long-lining out of the back of the boat. I fish at least twice a week and I catch a lot of Florida Slabs. These reel have proven to be dependable and durable. December 5, 2014
Love em BUT I love the Tiny Lite combos but the line keeps wrapping around the part above the spool. I've never had this problem with any reel before but it's happened on 7 different Tiny Lite Reels I've bought and they were all brand new or only used a couple of times June 16, 2014
GOOD WHILE IT LASTED After fishing with these newly purchased reels for only two hours, the cheap plastic push-buttons broke. I had high expectations for these reels but after about twenty bream the plastic hinges on the push-buttons broke-off and my fun was over. April 23, 2013
dog with fleas b ecause of a significant physical limitationI must modify equipment to fish. I had been able to do this with the above mentioned reel but ,over time, the quality of the product has declined to the point where I am lucky to get five casts out of a new reel. This contributes to feelings of frustration of frustration. August 3, 2012
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NO, not really on this real. I have 6 of these and have used both 4 an 6lb line, i prefer 4. Look at your line pick-up HOUSING , If it is Chrome (old style) return/swap the reel. The line will cut into the chrome next to the line pick-up pin an cause problems. This true with ALL Shakespeare and pflueger spincast (close face) reels. The new tiny lite Gold or red combo has the new non-chrome (gray) pick-up housing. It solves all these line problems. Now this is 1 of the BEST reels i use and i use it every time i go out. I would also recommend for a larger reel the Shimano Spirex 2500 RG ! If you have never used the FIGHTING DRAG, u aint fished. Enjoy <')===<<
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Yes, don't exceed 4 lb.
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Stick with the 4lb mono line. I never had a problem.
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