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Zebco® Micro™ Light Rod and Reel Spinning Combos

   

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4.3:1

5'

Ultra Light

Recovery:
16"

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Spincast
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Light action is ideal for presenting tiny baits to panfish, but these popular Zebco setups can handle the bonus bass or walleye, too. All styles feature an ultralight Zebco reel mounted on the appropriate 5' light 2-piece rod. Ultralight design reel features a ball-bearing drive, adjustable drag control, and right/left-hand retrieve. Reel is spooled with 4-lb. mono.
Rated 3.8 out of 5 by 25 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Good so far The Spinning Combo has a micro reel and a light rod when I purchased it online it said it was ultralight but only the reel is but as far as the shipping goes it shipped fast the rod was cushioned in the box well with air bags. Everything looked good I have not used the rod yet but It seems to be like the zebco 33 rod just with a micro spinning reel. I will update this if I have any problems December 17, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Nice combo This is a nice combo for light weight fishing in freshwater. It cast smoothly and the rod is sensitive to any action. May 28, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by not the zebco i remember My 7 year old son recently spent his birthday money on a new classic 11 triggerspin and a tacklebox and lures. The first time out we had not been fishing for an hour when the reel started messing up. It would not reel in or hold the line it woulld just keep going out. Now beig 7 years old and making a major purchase my son was very upset. I contacted Zebco and they said if i want to pay shipping plus repair cost because we didnt have a receipt they would be happy to help us. Now do you really expect a 7 year old to hold on to a receipt? I am truly diappointed in zebco and will take my business elsewhere!!!!! May 14, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by Bad purchase Bought this combo for crappie fishing and in 2 trips it would no longer cast. I will go back to higher quality next time this definitely not old time zebco that lasted forever. May 2, 2013
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The reel. One is a spincast (spool is enclosed in a case), another is a traditional spinning reel, and the third is the "trigger" type spinning reel (easier to use; often found on children's reels).
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Seems adequate to me. this combo is ideal for panfish althioughit will handle a two or three pound catfish.
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No it has tendency to hang up in reel.
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I have only used this reel for panfish, so fish running with the line isn't really a problem. I keep the drag set fairly light, and its seems to work just fine. All in all, however, this is a really poorly designed reel. It frequently missing the spool when reeling it, even when the line is tight.
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Yes in my opinion it has a very solid drag system. With a 17 inch 1 pound rainbow trout on my line i had no problems taking my time and getting the fish to shore.
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good for catfish

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will this combo hold catfish 6 -15 inches(flatheads)
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Yes. Fun retrieving with a catfish on the line.
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Absolutely. I caught an 18" channel catfish on it day before yesterday, and I had no problem bringing it in quickly.
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maybe if you put different line on it
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maybe 10 pound.
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It's rated for 2, 4 and 6 lbs test. The reel is pretty cheap, so I wouldn't count on catching any series fish with this.
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Personally i would not exceed 8 pound test on the pole. Just from the type of pole it is.
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i use 8lb 10lb might be a little much for this combo
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i wouldn't use anything more than 6lb.youcan try 8 but the best bet is 2,4,6lb line
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I would not go over six. Mr Crappie by Bass Pro is very durable and also try P-Line. I have caught several 5+ white bass and stripers around dock lights on this setup. Anything over six does not cast very well.
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the fish around my city,town,country,whatever!...anyyyyyyyywayssssssss, the fish im catching are about 2 lb,3 lb,5 lb,6 lb,7 lb,8 lb,9 lb,10 lb. so do you think you can put 10 lb on my "new fishing rod" that im going to buy from you guys.................................................................................................................................hi.
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10 pound test for this reel is not recommended. You should move up to a larger reel.
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Sure, if you pay them the fee for putting line on. You just won't be able to put very much on there unless you're using braid.
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Any line spooled would have to be done at the retail locations. We do not spool line through the online or catalog division.
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Yes.
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Yes and a very nice one at that.
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yes it is dude your welcome man
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What is the total weight of the spin reel combo?
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probably a pound
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5 pounds maybe or 7 1/2 pound
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it is left and right just unscrew the knob and put the handle out and switch it around
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it is interchangeable between left and right hand retreive
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its interchangeable between left and right
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its interchangeable
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