what is the best baitcast rod reel combo?
for 60-70 dollars or below? also, do they need oiled alot?
Here’s your best bet-Bass Pro shop carries it for $75
Daiwa® Procaster® Tournament PT100-6Bi Baitcast Reel:
This is not a reel to be taken lightly. It combines advanced Daiwa engineering with real Bass Pro value to give you a tough, durable high-performance baitcaster at a price any weekend angler can afford. Built on a rugged graphite composite frame and sideplate, with a free-floating drilled aluminum spool backed by Magforce® magnetic anti-backlash control, it’s ready to take on just about anything. The 6-point drive train won’t buckle to pressure, and its Infinite Anti-reverse system assures solid hooksets every time. 6 ball bearings plus one roller bearing. Gear ratio: 6.3:1. Weight: 8.3 oz. Line capacity: 12 lbs./150 yards. Line recovery: 28” per handle turn. Drag power: 8.8 lbs.
Bass Pro Shops® Graphite Series Casting/Trigger Rods:
Our Graphite Series rods incorporate high-grade IM-6 graphite blanks, for all the lightweight sensitivity you expect from a quality-built graphite rod, and then some. And we’ve equipped these rods with genuine Pac Bay aluminum oxide guides, for near-friction-free long distancecasting performance and enhanced feel on the retrieve. Each model is strong and flexible, and so responsive you’ll feel every twitch and react with instantaneous precision. We’ve fitted them with quality cork handles and our own super-comfortable, lightweight graphite reel seats.
All reels need to be cleaned and oiled at least at the start of each fishing season and perhaps more under severe conditions such as exposing them to dusty or gritty conditions.Good luck!
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