Shakespeare Cars Rod and Reel Backpack Fishing Kit for Kids


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The Shakespeare® Cars™ Rod and Reel Backpack Fishing Kit for Kids is a great way to get your children interested in joys of fishing. The all-in-one Cars Kids rod and reel telescopes and easily fits in the see-through backpack. The Cars Backpack Fishing Kit includes a tackle box, UV 400 sunglasses and a plastic casting plug.

  • All-in-one telescoping rod and reel with line
  • See-through backpack with extra zippered pocket
  • Tackle box
  • Sunglasses
  • Plastic casting plug
Shakespeare Cars Rod and Reel Backpack Fishing Kit for Kids 4.5 5 2 2
Good little pole Purchased this for my son and he absolutely loves it. He is only two but is learning to casts now!! April 5, 2014
Great This is great and will help me teach my son how to fish. The only thing I would have liked is if the little tackle box had a few things in it. March 7, 2014
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how to fix line

my sons line broke and went into the reel i took it apart to get to the line and have no idea where to put the line to make it work?
3 years, 7 months ago
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pull some line out from the reel and thread it back through the hole in the cover, from the inside of the cover out. Then just put the cover back on the reel. Hope that helps.
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Changing line on spincast reels
Remove the front cone by twisting to the right.
Remove the plastic sleeve by slightly twisting to the right and pulling up.
Remove all old line, check for dirt or debris. To clean the area, drag a clean, dry cloth around the empty spool.
Load the new line on the empty spool. This is easiest if you attach the reel to a rod and use the reel handle to evenly lay the line on the reel spool. Do not overload.
Replace the plastic ring. The line should come up inside the ring.
Place the line through the opening in the front cone and then replace the cone.
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