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Bass Pro Shops Stampede Rear Drag Spinning Reel
The Bass Pro Shops® Stampede Rear Drag Spinning Reel is the reel to choose if you're looking for a dependable, hard-working reel to get the job done, day in and day out. It's not about bells and whistles, but solid performance at a very affordable price. The Bass Pro Shops Stampede is built on a graphite frame, for strength and durability you can count on. It sports a double-anodized forged aluminum spool offering durability for the long term. 4 internal ball bearings ensure smooth retrieves, and the 32-point multi-stop anti-reverse keeps your line in position for solid hooksets at the point of attack. The Stampede features a rear drag, for quick and easy adjustments on the fly—without the line getting in your way. We think you'll like everything about this spinning reel, from what it does on the water to what it does for your wallet!
Rated 5 out of
WOWMy budd larry had one laying around and he let me use it. I didn't think to much of it til I cast"d it and WOW did that reel cast ! Not to crazy bout rear drag though, but MAN O MAN can that thing cast ! And the is an older model. Think I'll get a new one and compare..
Date published: 2017-08-01
Rated 4 out of
MT Kreal from
Great Reel But Not As AdvertisedI bought the small sp10r version because I wanted a reel under 7 ounces that holds at least 100 yards of 6 lb mono to use on my ultralight rods. The reel is advertised at 6.8 oz.. It actually weighs 7.3 ounce and is too heavy to for my rods. Also the reel foot is too large and would have to be filled down to fit the reel seats. That said, I taped the reel onto a rod and used it on a weekend fishing trip. (I received the reel just before I left and did not find out that it did not fit the the rel seat before I got to the lake.) The reel performed well. The drag is smooth and had no problem with smallmouths (the largest was 3 lb). It casts well and retrieves smoothly. The multi-stop anti-reverse has very little back rotation. It is an excellent reel for the money. I am returning mine because of the weight and reel foot but if it fit the rod I would happily keep it.
Date published: 2017-07-30
Rated 5 out of
VERY HAPPYI BOUGHT THIS REEL RIGHT AFTER THANKSGIVING . AND I GOT TO USE IT TWICE SINCE MY PURCHASE .ON MY SECOND TRIP I CAUGHT SOME FISH WITH IT. IT WORKED JUST RIGHT. THE DRAG IS CONSISTANT AND ADJUSTABLE. IT CASTS VERY WELL AND I DIDNT HAVE ANY LINE TWISTS. FOR LESS THAN TWENTY BUCKS AND NO ISSUES OR PROBLEMS I FEEL LIKE I GOT A GREAT DEAL.
Date published: 2017-02-01
Rated 5 out of
$18 well spentI bought 2 #30 because I couldnt add to my megacast30s Ididnt expect much for the price but they are pretty nice . Drag is ok, lighter than the megacast30s .same shade of blue as the windings on my new white rods.2minor problems cap over drag came off superglue yours on.#2the pin in the spindle that the spool sits on came out on one I bent the pin down a hair so it cant loosen. I fished them 30 days this year, bearings seem tight, no spool wobble, bail is smooth wish the paddle was more like megacast but its ok..I plan to get a#20to pair with aBPS microlightrodrodthi spring.Buy this reel you wont be sorry.
A standard trout fishing rig would include a spinning reel, 4-8 lb test flurocarbon line and a light or ultralight action rod. The Bass Pro Shops Stampede Rear Drag Spinning Reel - SP10R SKU:2220194 would be a good option.
Answered by: BPSResource7
Date published: 2018-04-23
What pound test goes on the stampede reel?
Asked by: Jimmie G
Please refer to the line capacity located in each model's description.
Answered by: BPSResource10
Date published: 2018-04-19
What's it made of?
Asked by: Helzer
Thank you for choosing Bass Pro Shops. It is built on a graphite frame, for strength and durability you can count on. It also has a double anodized forged aluminum spool.
Answered by: BPSProductSpecialist8
Date published: 2018-04-15
Is the spool assembly released by push button
Asked by: Up North
Per the Manufacturer - "It appears there is a button in the end of the spool which I assume is a release for the spool"