Shakespeare® Synergy® Ti14 Spincast Rod and Reel Combo

   

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Gear Ratio
Length
Power
Other specs Quantity Price & availability

3.8:1

6'

Medium Heavy

Recovery:
20"

Line Weight:
10-20 lbs.

Lure Weight:
1/4 - 3/4 oz.
Shakespeare’s Synergy Ti14 Rod and Reel Combo is an affordably priced, high-quality combo built to suit your medium to heavy freshwater needs. The Synergy Ti14 Combo is outfitted with a dependable Synergy Ti14 Spincast Reel which features a polished stainless steel front cone and rear cover. This powerful Synergy Reel is equipped with an effective 2 ball bearing drive, titanium line guide, Insta-Grab™ dual titanium pickup pins and a durable elastomer pinch ring to reduce line abrasion. Plus, the spincast reel is pre-spooled with 14 lb. Supreme fishing line. The Synergy Ti14 Combo is well-matched and complete with a quality medium to heavy action graphite composite rod outfitted with a high-density cork fore and rear grip. Lure weight: 1/4-3/4 ounces. Line weight: 10-20 lbs.

Action:
MH = Medium Heavy
Rated 3.7 out of 5 by 3 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by great combo I use this for catfish. The reel holds a lot of line. I have mine spooled with about 125 yards of 25 lb. test, and could get more on if I wanted to. It casts smooth and easy. The pole is nice and stiff, and has a very sensitive feel for when waiting for fish to take the bait. Never had to worry about if this would handle the big fish. I catch 15- 20 pound channel cats with ease using this rig. May 5, 2013
Rated 2 out of 5 by Very heavy I wanted a spincast reel that would hold a lot of high weight test line. It does, but the reel and I guess the whole outfit is too heavy for me to use, as I am a 47 year old woman. A guy would probably handle the weight well. The rod is really stiff as well. I prefer lighter weight outfits so if you prefer them as well, this one isn't for you. December 27, 2011
Rated 4 out of 5 by Good reel bad rod The reel is large and a bit heavy, but has a decent gear ratio and casts well. The drag is actually good quality and overall the reel feels solid. The pole. . .the pole feels like a piece of rebar. Heavy as rocks and the tip is as stiff as the handle. It's awful. I took the reel and put on a long handle 6' Medium Action Ugly Stick. It casts a mile now and feels much lighter on the lighter pole. I think the reel alone is close to worth the price. Use the pole when you go marlin fishing. :) August 3, 2010
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