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Gear Ratio: 4.2:1
Daiwa’s Silvercast-A reels feature rigid construction, plus three ball bearings for smooth operation. Spincast anglers will also appreciate the Soft Touch handle knob for increased cranking comfort and a more secure grip.
Reliable reels to find the strike zone time and time again. They measure line out in feet, allowing for easy and accurate setting of trolling patterns. These reels will perform flawlessly when you hook up. Each model boasts a strong yet lightweight graphite composite frame, machine-cut bronze gears, a forged aluminum spool, and smooth dependable Teflon-impregnated felt drag washers. Accudepth Plus reels make locating and landing fish easier than ever.
Regular $79.99 Save $27.00
Gear Ratio: 4.2:1
L stands for Left
Regular $4.99 Save $1.00
Now anglers can fish the Xtreme Attitude of the X-Rap at any depth consistently. Rapala introduced the effective “CountDown”® method back in the 60s. Since its introduction, the technique has enabled fishermen to consistently reach suspended fish at any depth. The X-Rap CountDown models swim with a strong rolling action on the retrieve and flutter on the pause. Flat sides create a hard flash. Uniform construction processes ensure consistent sink rate for repeatable depth presentation.
A time-tested and proven ice-fishing performer, the HT Enterprises The Original Polar Tip-Up is the underwater tip-up that’s guaranteed not to freeze-up in sub-zero temperatures. Its flag wire is set at a slight angle, so it can be placed on either side of the trip shaft for light or heavy strike detection. Unique line guide makes paying out and retrieving line easy. Solid high-impact polymer construction is stronger than wood. The HT Enterprises The Original Polar Tip-Up features a wind-free trip wire and a unique V-shaped frame that’s easy to remove from the ice.
Little Warrior spoons are just the right size and shape to catch anything that swims like smallmouth, white fish, pike, steelhead, king salmon, and walleye just to name a few