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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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  • 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

Sharp looks, trouble-free handling, and loads of fun when chasing panfish or stream trout. 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.

Rated 3.3 out of 5 by 20 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Pretty good I bought this reel in the store about 3 months ago and have caught bass, bream, crappie, and cats with no problems. I have put new line on it and love it, although I make this little guy work way too hard! September 10, 2009
Rated 4 out of 5 by Fun little reel I recently purchased this reel for my crappie and blue gill fishing, and had a great time landing some good size fish. This little reel performed flawlessly. August 4, 2008
Rated 1 out of 5 by poor quality I bought 2 tiny light rod and reels.One reel won t cast after one day of use.The other jams up all the time. I will think twice before I buy bass pro shops again. Mike July 9, 2008
Rated 1 out of 5 by Bring Back Last Year's Model! Last year's model of the Tiny Lite spin cast, the bullet nosed style like a scaled down version of the Wally Marshall UB35, got me hooked on panfishing on ultralight tackle. Its performance was outstanding, its design comfortable and functional. The durability was second to none. It's only fault was a tendancy for big fish, (3+ pound bass & catfish) to strip its small gears. This new model, however, is almost useless. It suffers from a line pick-up problem just like the Shakespere model. I have lost way too many fish winding with no line retreiving. Bring back last year's Tiny Lite!! Please! June 25, 2007
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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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