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5.2:1

4'6"

Ultra Light

Retrieve:
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
worst purchase ever I have purchased a lot of fishing reels over the past years. The Tiny Lite spinning reel is lowest quality reel in Pro Bass catalog. This reel needs to be redesigned before anymore are sold! September 7, 2010
best ultralight ever i caught the biggest fish of my life on this rod. it was a 5# bass and it fought hard!!!!! August 5, 2010
catfish look out this thing rocks it is small but deadly and it gets the job done July 27, 2010
Tinylire combo Great reel for the price! This little combo is great for chasing all kinds of panfish and small bass. The light action makes it a lot of fun to catch fish on and you will not find a better 20 dollar combo out there. I've been using mine for about 3 weeks now with now problems July 13, 2010
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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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