Shakespeare Catch More Fish Rod and Reel Combo for Lake/Pond Fish

   

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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® PowerBait® 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 #: CMFLAKEPOND.

  • Ready to fish right out of the box
  • 6’0” medium action tubular glass rod
  • 30 size spinning reel with aluminum spool
  • Pre-spooled with premium fishing line
  • Complete fishing kit with Berkley Powerbait shaky worms and power minnows
  • Features bass and bream sized beetle spins and live bait rigs
  • Includes a rigging guide
Shakespeare Catch More Fish Rod and Reel Combo for Lake/Pond Fish 3.4 5 9 9
Good Rod Works great, bought it last year still in great shape, fights large fish well. May 18, 2014
Solid Rod/Reel Have used this rod for a few months now, absolutely no problems. Just make sure you take off the line that comes pre strung, it will cause so many problems. The cork handle is nice plus this rod has a solid feel to it. The reel isnt the best reel out there, but for $30 you cant beat it. I reel in 7 lb Channel Catfish with this no problem, i recommend 12 lb line on here. Also works great for bass and Panfish. Will catch fish up to 15 lbs perfectly fine. Great price for a good rod July 30, 2013
Good first rod The line is not spooled properly. It might cause backlashes. A solution is to cast really far out and point ur rod down so the line goes in the water, then reel in the line. It backlashed for about 5 times and now its working normally for me. I've used it for 8 months now, and its working well. *do not do anything to the bail's screws except tighten it once in a while. I opened it and the spring that controls the bail broke and now it doesnt have the springy feel when u open it. But it still can be used. I landed 4 bass and 5 trouts since the bail's spring stopped working. and it has never cause me to lose a fish. April 10, 2011
you get what u pay for this is an asome reel for fresh water fishing Ive caught'en 5lb bass on it with hot water melon worms and haven't had a problem, till i changed the line my self which i will admit i didn't spool it on right now that i think about it but that was my fault y the string was messing up but i respooledd it and its fine now, this rod is pretty fun inshore i just went out last weekend and landed some Spanish mackerel and blue fish out at cape Canaveral using the small gotcha cigar lure it was a fun day and the lighter rod action made reeling the fish in even funner ,just make sure to rinse and clean the reel if u want it to stay mint March 12, 2011
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