Free Shipping on orders of $50 or more applies to economy shipping only to US and Canadian addresses on all internet or phone merchandise orders. (Canadian orders will be charged a $3.50 brokerage fee, duty and tax.) Excludes gift cards, orders shipped outside of the US and Canada, expedited or additional shipping and hazardous, special fees. Shipping charges on previous orders will not be reimbursed.
Designed for surf and pier fishing, the Catch More Fish Spinning Rod and Reel Combo by Shakespeare® is the perfect way to introduce beginners to the joys of saltwater fishing. Beginning anglers will catch more fish—and have more fun—with the Surf/Pier Catch More Fish Combo. Catch More Fish Combos make getting into fishing easy because they're ready to fish right out of the box. A crisp casting two-piece medium action spinning rod is paired with a smooth 50 size spinning reel featuring an aluminum spool filled with 14 lb. Stren line. The Surf/Pier Catch More Fish Combo also comes with a tremendous tackle assortment featuring Berkley Gulp! shrimp and crabs, pre-tied bottom rigs, fish-finder surf rig, jigheads, and more.
Ready to fish right out of the box
Two-piece medium action spinning rod
50 size spinning reel, aluminum spool
Spooled with 14 lb. Stren® line
Includes Berkley® Gulp!® shrimp and crabs, pre-tied bottom rigs, fish-finder surf rig and jig heads
Shakespeare® Catch More Fish Spinning Rod and Reel Combo for Surf/Pier
Not Worth It
I bought it because it had a low price but it wasn't worth the price I paid. It is very low quality and the rod broke into three pieces the seconde time I used it.
March 14, 2012
Used this combo all summer 2011,no complaint,picked it up on my first trip to basspro cucamonga.
November 4, 2011
Worst Rod/Reel combo ever
This is quite possibly the worst rod/reel combo I have ever purchased in terms of quality. I picked up this kit at the Fort Myers Bass Pro to try surf fishing.
The Good: comes pre-spooled with 14lb test, and comes with a mini-tackle box with a selection of salt-water tackle and a few of pieces of artficial shrimp and crab
The Bad: Extremely poor quality rod and reel. The rod broke in two with my first cast at the beach using the included tackle and surf sinker. I managed to slide the two broken pieces back together to keep casting. The second day at the pier the reel siezed and I could barely turn the retrieve. I tried to open it up to oil it, but it fell to pieces and I lost the spool over the side of the pier. The slogan should read "Catch No Fish"
The really bad: I ran out of time to try to return it to Bass Pro on my way back to the airport.
July 13, 2011
you need a rod of course. also depending on what you are going to fish for and where you are you need bait so research the place you are going to fish a little bit. if that doesn't work for you (slimy bait) then just buy a lure or two depending on your research. hope this helps ;)
We will not share your email address or the recipient's email
address. We make no use of the email address or information contained in
these greetings except to complete the service as you have requested.