Shakespeare Catch More Fish Rod and Reel Combo for Pike

   

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Gear Ratio
Line Cap Length Power Other specs Quantity Price & availability

5.2:1

10/230

6' 6"

Medium Heavy

Ball Bearings:
1

Max Drag:
14.7

Recovery:
22.5"

Pieces:
2

Pre Spooled Line Test lbs:
10
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  • SKU: 1859335

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An all-inclusive starter kit designed for anglers of any age, the Catch More Fish Rod and Reel Combo for Pike by Shakespeare® includes everything but the fish! Ready to fish right out of the box, this kit includes an aluminum spinning reel spooled with Stren® fishing line, a 6’6" 2-piece medium-heavy action rod, and a Berkley® PowerBait® tackle box that contains lures and bait designed to catch pike. Kit comes with a rigging guide--a knot-tying and bait-choice resource to help new anglers learn the ropes.
Manufacturer model #: CMFPIKE.

  • One ball-bearing spinning reel with aluminum spool
  • Reel filled with Stren fishing line
  • 6’6" 2-piece medium-heavy action rod
  • Tackle box designed for pike
  • Rigging guide

Tackle box contents:

  • One package of powerbait power grubs
  • Two pike spoons
  • Three pre-rigged steel leaders with swivel and snap
  • One 1/2 oz red jighead
  • One 3/8 oz spinnerbait with gold blade

Shakespeare Catch More Fish Rod and Reel Combo for Pike 4 5 1 1
Great rod for big fish Great rod! Reel is amazing so far no problem with it! Caught a huge catfish off it! September 15, 2013
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The lure rating for this rod is 3/4 - 1 1/2 oz.
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Line # test? 10-25?

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The line capacity for this rod and reel combo is 10/230, which is 10 lbs./230 yards.
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