Shakespeare Catch More Rod and Reel Combo for Walleye

   

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6' 6"

Medium

Ball Bearings:
1

Line Weight:
6-10 lbs.

Lure Weight:
1/8 - 3/8 oz.

Pieces:
2

Pre Spooled Line Test lbs:
6
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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 #: CMFWALLEYE.

  • 6’6” medium action 2-piece rod
  • 30 size spinning reel with aluminum spool
  • Pre-spooled with premium 6 lb. Stren fishing line
  • Complete fishing kit with Berkley Powerbait minnows and grubs, night-crawler harness rig, jig heads, and live bait tackle
Shakespeare Catch More Rod and Reel Combo for Walleye 4.5 5 4 4
Great Spares I bought 4 of these to leave in the camper so we'll always have "gear" packed for an impromptu fishing trip, and to have some 'spare' rods for any company that comes with. It's a cheaper rig than i normally fish with, but hey it is what it is. October 15, 2013
Nice combination took this out this past weekend, nice and smooth, casts well, little stiif to the touch. October 1, 2013
best ever I consider this to be one of the best set-ups out there, its balanced, light weight and catches fish April 3, 2012
i like this rod i use this rod for trout fishing & snapper fishing But its very good rod i reccomend it January 25, 2011
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How senstive is this rod.

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I wull use a 14 pound spiderwire line on it.
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Hi, the recommended line rating is 6-10 lbs. pound test. Thank you!
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The rod is very sensitive. I think 14 lb. is probably too much. I use 4-6 lb.
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I will use a 14 pound spiderwire line on it.
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Hi, the recommended line rating is 6-10 lbs test. Thank you!
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Bass pro will string it for free for u. Holds up to 10 pound line max, so I wouldn't use the 14
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