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5.2:1

4' 6"

Ultra Light

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22"
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The workhorse ultralight reel for the crappie fisherman -- smooth and strong, built to last, yet very affordable. Great for multiple rod sets.
Reel features:
  • Compact graphite body
  • Lightweight aluminum spool
  • 2-bearing system
  • Precision die-cast gears
  • Selective silent anti-reverse;
  • Front drag system
Weight: 5.4 oz. Line capacity: 4 lb./125 yards. Line recovery: 22'' per handle turn. Gear ratio: 5.2:1.

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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Rated 4.1 out of 5 by 66 reviewers.
Rated 1 out of 5 by Very poor quality rod Took this to the bush on weeklong fishing trip. Used it for about the 3 rd or 4th time and a clean break on the largest line guide, while pulling in a smallie less than a pound. Lost the fish and was so irritated that I almost through the rest of the rig in the water to bury it beneath the depths...... Last BPS piece of gear I buy. During this same trip 2 other BPS items failed including a rain suit that literally fell apart moments after use and a fish grip that failed to operate during a crucial moment of catch of 44 inch northern. Now I have to make a trip to return broken stuff....man oh man ! Very, very disappointed. Very sour taste in my mouth for bps branded gear..... August 24, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Nice little rod Had to wait for a few extra weeks for it to come(backordered). Well worth the wait tho. Seems lite a nice little rod. Very sensitive-would be a great panfish jigging rod. Only thing it is missing is the hook loop... no place to hook your hook to other than the eyes. This will fit perfect in my cockpit of my kayak. August 23, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by TinyLite Ultra light I use this for trout fishing on a small pond. I love the feel, the drag setting and the pole length. I would recommend this one highly to anyone who likes fishing light gear. June 5, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Small but Mighty The tiny lite is an excellent pole to use for trout as well as White Bass and Crappie. I've rigged mine with 4lb Mr. Crappie Hi-Viz and it casts beautifully. Even with weight it wont cast far out like it's big brothers, but that's not what it was meant to do. I highly recommend this rig. March 9, 2014
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Great for trout... that is what I use it for. I troll with small spoons or wet flies
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Definently yes. Berkley Power Bait
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haven't used it for trout yet but i would recommend regular trout eggs or a xts crick hopper.
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THIS SET UP IS FUN TOO USE FOR TROUT I WOULD USE 6 POUND TEST P-LINE X AND SMALL PANTHER MARTIN SPINNERS . I HAVE THIS ROD AND REEL AND THAT'S HOW I USE IT ANYWAY. IT VERY EAST TOO CARRY I GO FOR WALKS WITH MY 5 YEAR OLD DAUGHTER AND WE GO ALONG A STOCKED TROUT LAKE AND I DON'T EVEN NOTICE I GOT A ROD WITH ME AS WE WALK
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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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I use 1/6 oz.
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i wold recommend a size 1/16 or 1/32 sized lure or any where in between.
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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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Fight a channel cat with it.
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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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