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5.2:1

4'6"

Ultra Light

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Left/Right

Ball Bearings:
2

Max Drag:
10 lbs.

Model:
TYL4605

Line Capacity:
2/175

Recovery:
22" Per Turn
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The Bass Pro Shops® TinyLite™ Spinning Rod and Reel Combo features the workhorse ultralight reel for the crappie fisherman -- smooth and strong, built to last, yet very affordable. Great for multiple rod sets. Weight: 5.4 oz. Line capacity: 4 lb./125 yards. Line recovery: 22'' per handle turn. Gear ratio: 5.2:1.

Reel features:

  • Compact graphite body
  • Lightweight aluminum spool
  • 2-bearing system
  • Precision die-cast gears
  • Selective silent anti-reverse;
  • Front drag system

Rod features:

  • 4' 6'' 1-piece ultra-light tubular graphite composite blank
  • Stainless steel guides/inserts
  • EVA handle with integrated reel seat and twist-lock foregrip.
  • Action: UL = Ultra Light

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Bass Pro Shops® TinyLite™ Spinning Rod and Reel Combos 4.3 5 56 56
Great Combo I bought the tiny light combo last year. I caught a ton of big perch on it and it never let me down. I am going to buy another one this year. I would recommend it to anybody. August 19, 2007
Great rod n reel I have cought many bass on this little rod and reel, it holds up amazing to big fish, i have even pulled out some pickeral on it too, deff worth the buy. ide get the crappie line to complement it too July 26, 2007
A+ Product I bought one of these TinyLite sets not too long ago, and have been using it for random fishing "tasks" over the last couple of months. I couldn't be more pleased. Tossing aside the simple fact that it's a quality product, it's a blast to fight the fish with. I've reeled in several 1-2 lb. rainbow trout with it, and it's one heck of a time. Tons of fun, and I'd definetely recommend it to anyone. June 25, 2007
best small rod and reel for big fish i have this rod and reel combo for over a year now and i still am bring in big fish i have caught about 10 or more fish over the weight of 3lbs including a 10lb catfish on 4lb test and the reel has not given out i must say one of my best but i have ever made February 14, 2007
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this is great for trout cuz it is ultralight.and the baits u should use it worms with a small hook and a splitshot
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nothing over 1/8 of an ounce. myself i would use nothing over 1/16
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1/64 to 1/4 oz
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i use any lure on this pole because they all more on it
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a lead head and a twisty tail for crappie
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1/16 or 1/8 oz for panfish
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I have a pole just like this that one. I have gotten 10lb bass in on the pole. The pole is perfect for bass and bluegill. The tip of the pole bends alot. If you have a bluegill on it, it mades it look like a big bass. But the only problem is when you hook a 25lb carp with it like i did. It made my reel start clicking.
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cast really far
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put it down
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break it down
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reel in a 4 pound bass! but FUN!!
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put it back in the car
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Setting the hook. The pole flexes too much. When I started using it, one day I hooked 6 trout and lost four of them. It got MUCH better after I switched to braided line.
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Put it down... wish i could use it everyday!!!
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nothing, it is perfect.
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