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Bass Pro Shops® Tourney Special Baitcast Reels

   

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TSP10HC

Right

6.3:1

Line Capacity:
12/130

Braid Capacity:
30/185

Ball Bearings:
4+1

Max Drag:
12 Lbs.

Recovery:
26.0" Per Turn

Reel Weight (oz):
7.6

TSP10HLC

Left

6.3:1

Line Capacity:
12/130

Braid Capacity:
30/185

Ball Bearings:
4+1

Max Drag:
12 Lbs.

Recovery:
26.0" Per Turn

Reel Weight (oz):
7.6

TSP10SC

Right

5.3:1

Line Capacity:
12/130

Braid Capacity:
30/185

Ball Bearings:
4+1

Max Drag:
12 Lbs.

Recovery:
21.0" Per Turn

Reel Weight (oz):
7.6

TSP10SHC

Right

7.0:1

Line Capacity:
12/130

Braid Capacity:
30/185

Ball Bearings:
4+1

Max Drag:
12 Lbs.

Recovery:
28.0" Per Turn

Reel Weight (oz):
7.6
  • Smart Cast dual centrifugal brake
  • 5 bearing system includes instant anti reverse
  • Available in right or left hand retrieve
  • Striking new black and silver finish
  • Titanium nitride coated line guide
So much technology for such a great price! Sporting a sleek and durable charcoal graphite finish, plus our proven Smart Cast anti-backlash technology, featuring both inner and outer centrifugal brake systems to give you total control of the cast from beginning to end, virtually eliminating backlashes. Features a graphite frame; 5-bearing system; Powerlock™ instant anti-reverse; Recurve handle; EVA knobs; recurve drag star; forged, double-anodized-aluminum spool.

Smart Cast Dual Centrifugal Brake: tame the cast with a turn of the dial. The biggest and best thing that’s ever happened to our reels! Our truly revolutionary Smart Cast Technology applies braking force outward at the beginning of the cast, then inward at the end of the cast, to control the two major backlash potentialities common in other, inferior baitcast reels. We’ve preset the Smart Cast system to the most commonly used setting, but you can adjust it by simply removing the sidecover and moving the braking pins. Fine tuning within each of these settings is even easier—just turn the external cast control to quickly dial in your perfect cast! When properly tuned, the Smart Cast intuitively senses the amount of braking needed to complete your cast, applying or releasing pressure accordingly for precise lure placement on every cast, with no overruns to eat up your valuable fishing time.

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Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 38 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Good reel for the price I bought it in the 5.3 gear ratio for my crankbait rod and spooled it up with 10 lb mono. I took it fishing yesterday and it performed well, couldn't really test the drag as I only caught a small largemouth, fishing was tough. It casts reasonably far if you turn off the smart cast and leave only one white pin on. On a side note, it took me a while to figure out how to pop the side plate off to access the brake system, so here is how to do it in case you get stuck: while you depress the button push the side plate down from where the basspro logo is. Overall is a good reel for the price, it has a smooth retrieve, is lightweight and it has comfortable eva handles. July 7, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Good value and price. I purchased this on a whim. I have tried using bait cast rigs in the past with less than favorable results. I figured it was time to try again and this combo deal that Bass Pro Shops had seemed like a good start. Everything arrived well packaged and earlier than expected. The instructions are good and a good starting point for setting up the reel. After a few tries I was able to get some decent casts without "bird nesting". Good quality and feel for the price. Now if I could only catch a fish! June 14, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by It is what it is I own 7 of the TSP10HC reels, all of them are between 11 and 8 months old and I fish approximately 12 days a month. So far I have had to replace worn pawls (level wind pins) in all of the reels, as well as 1 worm shaft. Pins are $2.50 ea and the worms are $6.50 ea. The reels appear to lose their tolerances fairly quickly and either start to clunk when reeling in a fish and or the level winder would stop moving across the worm and all of your line would wind on one side of the spool. Despite having to repair/maintain these a bit prematurely, I still give the reel a 4 star rating because it is what it is, which is a $50 reel. And ordering parts from Outdoor World reel repair is a breeze. I also had to replace 2 of the fasteners that held the knobs onto the handle, they came loose and fell into the water. But that could have been avoided if I had checked all of them for tightness prior to using. June 10, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Good enough Bought this with the Bass Pro tourney special rod 6 months ago. I've used it pretty heavily since. I spooled it with 20ld Power Pro braid. Has caught plenty of reds, trout, and bass since i purchased it. Even got a red of mine I caught with it on the wall in Orlando Bass Pro! Anyways, I was immediately pleased with it. Since then i've noticed a decline in it performance. The braking system was pretty good when i first fished with it, but since then it's not so great. After I first set up the brakes to my style it was great, hardly needed to even thumb it. Now, i thumb about every cast, but not a big deal to me. It has began having trouble on some longer casts. When i get more aggressive with my casting it will 'clunk', mostly due to inadequate oiling, but I re- oiled and still does it some. It looks good, but doesn't feel so good, feels kinda cheap. Granted, it is a very low cost bait caster, so its not a big deal. I've taken decent care of it. ALWAYS rinsing off after use in saltwater. I gave it 4 stars because it's been a good functioning reel so far, but disappointed by it loss in tolerance level compared to when it was newer. The drag system works great when I'm red and trout fishing, but have some trouble finding a sweet spot for it with bass. Still pleased with my purchase and will continue to use it and show up all my buddies with their $200+ reels :) May 31, 2014
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How many brakes ?

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This reel has 4 brakes . How many do you want on ? 2 or 4
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4 for a beginner 2 for advance
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# 1 on, # 2 off, # 3 on #4 off hope that helps
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Our revolutionary, patented Smart Cast Braking System uses 2 centrifugal systems to apply the right amount of pressure at the beginning and end of the cast. There are 2 brake rings and 2 corresponding sets of brake shoes. The white brake shoes are designed to move in an outward direction—away from the spool shaft. The red shoes are designed to move inward toward the spool shaft. (See diagram.) When the white brake shoes are engaged—pushed outward—centrifugal effect will force them to contact the outside brake ring during the beginning of the cast. This will control the high RPM’s associated with the beginning of the cast. The red brake shoes are spring-loaded and exert a varying amount of force on the rotation of the spool at the end of the cast. All 3 red brake shoes have been preset at the factory in the engaged position. There is no need to adjust these brake shoes. There is an external dial (numbered from 0 to 7) on the palming side of the reel that controls this force. When the dial is set on 0, there is no friction between the brake shoes and the inside brake ring. As the dial is rotated counterclockwise, the tapered internal brake ring moves inward toward the spool. This inward motion causes incremental contact between the red brake shoes and the brake ring. This creates friction that slows the rotation of the spool. Please note that many variables influence backlash, e.g. weight of the lure, wind speed, and the diameter of the line. In most cases, 2 white brake shoes provide enough friction at the beginning of the cast to control the initial spool RPMs. Depending on the prevailing conditions, it may be necessary to engage additional white brake shoes or increase the amount of force that is applied to the inside brake ring by rotating the external dial counterclockwise. It should be noted that casting distance will be decreased as additional braking force is applied to the spool rings.

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"Gear ratio" relates to the amount of turns the spool makes in reference to a turn of the handle. Example: 6.3:1 means for one turn of the bait caster turns the spoil 6.3 times.
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The gear ratio is how much line it retrieve's per turn . It tells you that in the chart . You want different ratio for different baits a 6 or 7 is good for Buzz Baits where 4 or 5 for Crank Baits and a 4 for worms .
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On casting reels, gear ratio describes the number of revolutions a spool makes with one turn of the reel handle (the spool turns 5.4 times with one complete turn of the handle on a 5.4:1 reel).
· Sometimes used to describe the "speed" of a reel.
· As speed increases, winching power decreases (and vice versa)
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gear ratio is how fast it will bring in line.6.4:1 is the most common bringing in an average 27-28 in. in one full turn of the handle.gear ratio varies anywhere from 1:1 on some crappie reels to 9.0:1 on the abu Garcia revo rocket.6.4:1 or 7.1 are the two overall best ratios,with the faster being better for flipping and pitching and spinnerbaits,while the 6.4:1 is a good overall ratio.
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The gear ratio on reels ranges from 5.1-7.3 even 8.0 on some bait casters. In turn, a gear ratio means that the amount of spool turns per crank. The more spool turns with a higher ratio the more line retrieved in fewer cranks ie. crank bait, A-rig etc. and lower ratio are good for finesse fishing.
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Recommended line for the Tourney Special Bait Cast Reel,
Line Capacity:12/130
Braid Capacity:30/185
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The line that is listed is the recommended line for the reel. If you change the pound test, it will only affect the amount of line that the reel will hold.
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It's to pop the side plate off. Depress it and push it down from the basspro logo.
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By pressing this you can remove the left side cover of the reel. Simply press the button and rotate the cover clockwise.
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To release the side plate .
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that button is used to secure the palm plate in place. It needs to be depressed in order to remove the palm plate
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Think its to take cover off but I cant get it off. Idk if u spin it off or what. Youtube it.
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It is to release the left side plate. If you hold it in and twist the side that its on downwards it will come off and you can access the switches for the brakes.
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3.75" from pin to pin. Hope this helps
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about 5 in
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