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Shakespeare® Catch More Fish Rod and Reel Combo for Catfish

   

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  • SKU: 1652283

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  • Ready to fish right out of the box
  • 7’0” medium action tubular glass 2-piece rod
  • 50 size spinning reel with chrome plated spool
  • Pre-spooled with premium fishing line
  • Complete fishing kit with Berkley® Gulp!® catfish chunks
  • Features pre-tied bottom rigs and float rig
  • Includes a rigging guide

Shakespeare understands that if kids can catch fish more easily, they’ll be more likely to enjoy themselves. Beginning anglers will catch more fish—and have more fun—with the Catch More Fish Combos. They make getting into fishing easy because they’re ready to fish right out of the box. Each one is pre-rigged with Stren® fishing line and Berkley® Gulp!® lures chosen to catch certain kinds of fish or succeed in specific environments. Plus, each one comes with a rigging guide—a great knot-tying and bait-choosing resource to help kids learn the ropes.

Manufacturer model #: CMFCATFISH.

Rated 4 out of 5 by 11 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 great it is one of the greatest pole and rod ever. you should get one March 25, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by nice rod for the money love it caught 25 big cats on them in 2 days it has alot of backbone June 8, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by love this rod i like the rod like the reel the cat fish bait not really i have caught lots of fish with this rod but never a catfish and thats when using the catfish chuncks May 21, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by Rod is great. Needs a better reel I like the rod but the reel needs a little more improvement. Goodt for starters. September 26, 2011
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good for slip bobbers?

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is this a good for for slip bobber fishing
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used the 12inch slip float cast and performed fine. landed 15lb cat
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how strong

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how strong is the line that come with it
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14 lbs.
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15 lb test mono
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I have seen similar rods like this,but for saltwater.
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yes you can definitely use this for saltwater fishing
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Can I use a 3 ounce lure on it?
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NO!!!! This cannot throw any weight!!!
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is it 10-25lb? or 20-40lb? What is it?
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10-25#
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10-25 lb the combo doesnt seem big enough to handle anything bigger
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I would say shouldnt be going for anything over 20 lbs.
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