Monday, April 19, 2010

Baitcaster Tips

If you don't use a baitcaster reel, I strongly suggest you get one and learn to use it. With their faster retrieve rates, they are the best bass reels out there. While surfing Youtube I came across this great video with super tips on setting up and using a baitcaster. Once you learn to use one properly, I am sure you'll love it.

Bass Pro Shops  Tourney Special  Baitcast Rod and Reel Combos

Bass Pro Shops Tourney Special Baitcast Rod and Reel Combos

Bass Pro Shops Tourney Special Baitcast Reel: Our Tourney Special Baitcast Reel has some of the same high-performance features the pros use, but this one lets you enjoy them without breaking the bank! Features include our Recurve handle and star drag that are swept in for a lighter feel, a 10-position externally adjustable magnetic brake system for virtually backlash-free casting, and an eye-catching bright red finish! Lightweight graphite frame with a machined-aluminum spool, 5-bearing system including Powerlock? instant anti-reverse. Convenient thumb bar spool release. Reel model: TSP10HB. Drag power: 12 lbs. Weight: 7.8 oz. Line capacity: 12 lbs./120 yds. Line Recovery: 28" per handle turn. Gear ratio: 6.3:1. Bass Pro Shops Tourney Special IM-7 Graphite Rods For out-and-out handling and sensitivity, our Tourney Special rod is hard to beat! Every model is fitted with a high-grade, 41 million modulus multilayer IM-7 graphite blank for outstanding strength with minimum weight?plus aluminum oxide guide inserts to provide enhanced line flow in either direction. Both casting and trigger models feature exclusive low-profile exposed-blank reel seats for maximum feel and ergonomic Casting models have seven guides while trigger models have eight. Other features include PowerHump? cork handles, durable Pro-Guard? epoxy finish, and a multi-purpose hook keeper. Action: M = Medium MH = Medium Heavy H = Heavy Line recovery in inches per handle turn.

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