Browning® Fishing Stalker™ Gold Rod and Reel Spinning Combos

   

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5.0:1

6' 6"

Medium Light

Ball Bearings:
5+1

Line Weight:
4-10 lbs.

Lure Weight:
1/16 - 3/8 oz.

Pieces:
2

5.0:1

6'

Light

Ball Bearings:
5+1

Line Weight:
2-8 lbs.

Lure Weight:
1/16 - 1/4 oz.

Pieces:
2

5.0:1

6' 6"

Medium

Ball Bearings:
5+1

Line Weight:
4-12 lbs.

Lure Weight:
1/8 - 1/2 oz.

Pieces:
2

5.5:1

7'

Medium Heavy

Ball Bearings:
5+1

Line Weight:
6-17 lbs.

Lure Weight:
1/4 - 5/8 oz.

Pieces:
2
    Reel features:
  • Rugged graphite body
  • Double-anodized aluminum spool
  • 6-bearing system including Powerlock™ instant anti-reverse
  • Stainless steel bail wire
  • Ti-coated line roller
  • Machined-aluminum handle with Soft Touch grips
    Rod features:
  • Strong two-piece IM6 carbon matrix blank
  • Stainless steel guides with Hialoy inserts
  • Graphite reel seat
  • Full cork handle

Authentic Browning® craftsmanship! The reel features a rugged graphite body, double-anodized aluminum spool, 6-bearing system including Powerlock™ instant anti-reverse, stainless steel bail wire, ti-coated line roller, and machined-aluminum handle with Soft Touch grips. The rod features a light, strong two-piece IM6 carbon matrix blank, stainless steel guides with Hialoy inserts, graphite reel seat, and full cork handle.

Power:
L = Light
ML = Medium Light
M = Medium
MH = Medium Heavy

Rated 4.1 out of 5 by 36 reviewers.
Rated 1 out of 5 by Browning Gold? Bought the combo on sale to mostly use as a backup/travel rod. really disappointed in the quality of the reel. It basically fell apart in my hands. Did not bother to fix it as i have plenty of others. Better off with ugly stick combos if you're going to buy a combo. March 15, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Amazing I usually use ugly sticks but these rods are way better. The spinning combo feels amazing and reels so smooth. While it may be 2x the price of a cheaper spinning outfit, it is worth the price. The feel of the rod and reel gives me so much confidence. It also looks good, which may sound silly but actually matters. You will want to use and fish this rod because of the way it feels, even if you aren't having any luck. If you are a poor college student like me and are looking for another rod combo, you cannot go wrong with browning. These have held up against quality bass time and time again. January 14, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great Combo This is a great spinning combo, I use it for throwing small shakey head jigs and dropshotting, very durable rod and reel November 3, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Love Browning Products The Browining rod is an excellent 2-piece spinning rod; good tip action for long casts and sturdy enough backbone to handle the big ones. Old timers will appreciate the cork handle and grip. My only problem with the reel is that the bail is pretty stiff to close as you begin the retrieve after a cast.....could lose a few fish on a quick strike while struggling to close the bail arm, so very reluctant to use this for top water fishing (the reason for an overall 4 rather than a 5). Other than that, the reel is superbly smooth on the cast and retrieve. The combination is a pleasure with a fish on! October 21, 2013
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I know that BPS has the right to browning fishing stuff, but who actually makes this specific reel?? The person i phone at BPS said it was made by BPS but who makes their stuff?
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This reel is manufactured by a private company contracted to make many of our Bass Pro Shops branded items.
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Sure, this can be used for saltwater. It's going to break your heart if you hook into a big striper or bluefish, because the fish will pull all the line off the spool and then break the knot. But for the typical catch it'll work just fine.

There's nothing special about saltwater reels in terms of materials or corrosion. It's just a matter of matching the size of the equipment to the potential fish.
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Yes, the rod •Stainless steel guides with Hialoy inserts
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You would need to rinse reel in fresh water after use in saltwater.
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This combo is for freshwater fishing.
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what is the power?

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Item number 38-956-112-00 has a light power, item number 38-956-114-00 has a medium light power, item number 38-956-116-00 has a medium power, and 38-956-118-00 has a medium heavy power.
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Yes just get a med light or medium and you should ne fine.
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Yes, you would want to go with either the light or medium light model for the trout.
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I know it has a minimum pound test of 8lbs but could you put 6lb test on this reel? If not what would you recommend for a trout/bass set up?
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6 pound test line works fine on the medium-light combo. The drag is quite smooth, even down to low settings.
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You could use a 6 pound test on this rod. The weight ranges are specified for optimum performance, however, the rod would still be functional at a lighter level.
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The Med/Light rod is 6'6"
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The medium rod is 6'6" 2 piece
the Med/Hvy rod is 7' 2 piece
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6 feet or 72"
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I looked at this combo in the store, and reversing the handle on the reel didn't seem that easy (the screw on the handle seemed to stick pretty well).
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The handle can be reversed, looking at reels on the shelf are a great way for getting the feel but if you have the option buy the reel new in the box so that it hasn't been handled by thousands of people. Most of BPS reels are demo models which BSP doesn't sell. Even with most combos you can get a new reel in a box and a new rod still in the plastic sleeve.
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The reel handle should be able to be reversed easily. First, unscrew the cap that is opposite of the reel handle. This should allow the handle to then be removed from the reel. Next, place the handle on the opposite side, inserting in the slot that the cap just came off of (make sure to line this up, as the pin that goes inside of the reel from the handle should be a squared shape). Finally, while ensuring that the handle is held tightly in place, screw the cap back on the reel. At this point, your reel handle should be secure and ready to fish again.
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