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Sale Bass Pro Shops Micro Lite Graphite Float 'n' Fly Spinning Rod

   

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8'

Med Lt

Action:
Fast

Line Weight:
4-10 lbs.

Lure Weight:
1/16 - 3/8 oz.

Pieces:
2

Handle Chart Reference:
A

Model:
ML80MLS-2
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  • Reg. price: $54.99

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8'6"

Med Lt

Action:
Fast

Line Weight:
4-10 lbs.

Lure Weight:
1/16 - 3/8 oz.

Pieces:
2

Handle Chart Reference:
B

Model:
ML86MLS-2
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9'6"

Med Lt

Action:
Fast

Line Weight:
4-10 lbs.

Lure Weight:
1/16 - 3/8 oz.

Pieces:
2

Handle Chart Reference:
B

Model:
ML96MLS-2
  • Sale price: $24.97

  • Reg. price: $54.99

  • SKU: 1645734

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If you love light tackle, then you're gonna really enjoy the Bass Pro Shops® Micro Lite™ Graphite Float 'n' Fly Spinning Rods. We've juiced the IM6 graphite blanks with real solid carbon tip sections for incredible sensitivity and toughness. The ultra-thin, lightweight guides balance almost weightlessly on the spline and deliver a truly awesome feel. Features include gold anodized reel seats and contoured cork handles.

  • Premium light spinning rod
  • Incredible sensitivity and toughness
  • Solid carbon tip sections
  • Ultra-thin, lightweight guides
Bass Pro Shops Micro Lite Graphite Float 'n' Fly Spinning Rod 4.6 5 30 30
Excellent Rod I was looking for a reasonably priced pink salmon rod for a while, and found this 9'6'' rod could be the one by its specs. Tried it on Fraser river, BC the next day after I got it. It's a perfect spinning rod for pink salmon. It is sensitive, lightweight, easy to cast and only half the price of my old S brand rod. With this rod, I landed 3 pink salmon between 4-6 pounds with ease on the first day of fishing. The downside, reel seat is a little bit loose and wish it has a hook keeper. September 9, 2013
Great Light tackle Rod Finnally a rod with action all the way to the base. This is a very long rod 9'6" and it allows very accurate casts to tailing redfish. I am using 10 pound line and throwing medium sized spoons but it also allows you to throw accurately plastic worms very accurately. This type of Rod has been very hard to find and I am extremly pleased with this one. July 10, 2010
Best crappie rod I've purchased Nice and lite which at 64 is an advantage. The eight foot size allows me easy casting to the 35 yard spot I find my best crappie with six lb. sensation line. My seven footers can reach the spot but takes a harder cast and the wind can stop it way short. Only thing I wish is that the top four eyes were cermatic instead of aluminum. Add the adjustable Shad net(up to six foot) and I'm good for 14 inch plus fish at that four foot high bank.I purchased one for fixed bobber and jig and a month later purchsed another for bobber and minnows.Only drawback is you don't use it under trees since you need ten feet of clearance. June 29, 2011
Excellent slip bobber rod I use this 8'6" rod paired with a 2000-sized Daiwa reel and #6 mono for fishing slip-bobbers for both crappies and walleyes (for crappies, I'll then add a #4 flouro leader tied to a swivel). The long length lets you cast much further and it is able to take up a ton of slack on hooksets. The action and power rating of this rod is also absolutely perfect for fishing this technique. You also don't need/want and expensive higher graphite blank for this technique because the bobber is the strike indicator (sensitivity isn't as crucial as with jig fishing for example). Would not change a thing and could not be happier!! August 11, 2011
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What's the warranty on this rod? If any?
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Thank you for your question!

This rod has a one year warranty.
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My apologies to you, kevinbNC. We no longer offer the balancing kit that is referenced in the description for these rods. That reference is being removed.
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The page name says micro, but the description says med lite. An actual FnF rod sould be micro/ultra lite.
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This is a micro lite rod with medium light action.
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With other rod/reel combos I have found that using stiff line (in that instance it was 6 lb flouro) relative to the weight being cast (1/16 to 1/32 jigs) on a short UL rod I was getting multiple coil release off the spool causing knots in the line. The solution was to move to a more supple line (a super supple mono). I could still choose to use a fluro leader if I wanted.
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I have not encountered the knot problem. I have the 9'6" and have been using Fireline. I use about a 4 foot 6 pound mono leader which I think helps, and a weighted bobber with a crappie tube.
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looking for my first fly rod and i like the possibility of being able to switch between ul spinning and fly. just wondering if it would be better to get an actual fly rod. what do you think?
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I have used this one for 13 yrs. and odered my 7th or 8th one this month. This is my go to Trout and crappie rod. I Dont leave home without it.
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Buy actual fly rod.
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previously i had used this rod for float fishing for bream and it worked great. today i used it for bottom fishing the river for trout. it was sensitive enough to pick up the lightest nibble, but i had trouble setting the hook with it. i was holding it at 11 o'clock like i normally do with other rods, but i missed 3 fish
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A part of this is may be bait size, dull hook, or too large of line for sensitivity. I have antisipated strike as soon as bait hits the water holdin ros @ 9:30 or 10:00 making sure line has no slack
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reel the slack out of the line and set the hook like there is no tommorow
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How deep were you fishing? Was there alot of slack in the line due to river current? Using Mono or Flourocarbon.
If fishing deep, have a rod with some back bone this rod was not designed for real deep fishing. Take the slack out of your line before you try setting the hook. Use Flourocarbon it has less stretch and is more sensitive than Mono. If you don't change any of the above try holding rod at 9 o'clock or 9:30. This can give you uo to extra 60 degree of rod tip travel and may help you with your hook set.
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Don't hold the rod tip up,...keep the rod tip just off the water!
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With 2-4 lbs. line absolutly
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i use 4 lbs test with mine and it does great. you just flip the lure where you want it. i have the 9 6 version had the 8 6 and it did well too.
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With my 8 footer I've cast a 1/32 oz jig 25 or 30 feet. With a weighted bobber I put a 1/32 oz jig or 1/16 oz jig 30 to 35 yards out.I surprized me a 1/32 oz jig could go so far.
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Yes, the longer length allows for longer casts. The action is lighter and more spongy than your typical rod.
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No, not the 8 and 9 foot rods because they are too heavy. The 7'6" 2-6lb microlight rods will add several feet over a 6 ft rod. I have several of them and they cast smaller baits very well.
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