Set the baitcast reel up with a baitcast rod. A baitcast rod is easily identified by looking at the handle. If there is a trigger-shaped piece of plastic below the handle, it's a baitcast rod. Attach the reel to the rod and hold it to make sure it is comfortable and feels good in your hands.
When you're spending a day on the water waiting for your perfect catch, stay comfortable with baitcasting reels with ergonomically designed handles. Baitcaster reels with soft-touch knobs made of EVA or rubber help provide a secure, yet comfortable, feel in your hands, while grippy surfaces help you keep a steady hold on incoming bites. Choose a variety of baitcast fishing reels and other designed to help you comfortably bring in a keeper.
|Lew's Tournament Pro G Speed Spool Baitcasting Reel TPG1SH|
Most fishermen start out by fishing with spincast or spinning reels, which are relatively easy to use and can function well in a variety of fishing situations. Once they gain more experience, some anglers want to use a reel that's a little more advanced and that offers more flexibility in terms of manual adjustment. While baitcast reels take time for anglers to get used to, they ultimately become the preferred reel of many fishermen.
Whether you're a beginner or avid angler, select baitcast reels that are built to last. Strong, lightweight construction helps deliver lasting use catch after catch. Baitcasting reels built with heavy-duty, yet lightweight, metals like aluminum, carbon and graphite help provide a great feel and durability out on the water. Anodized and corrosion-resistant finishes help to add enhanced durability, so you can ensure your go-to baitcast fishing reels are always at the ready. Load up your tackle box with baitcaster reels and other gear built to last.