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Hey new to bass fishing and wanted to know ehat reel rod (and lime to buy first under 100 dollars. Looking at lews speed spool and castAway tirranis with discount + i want the most versatile rod and reel there are .6.8.1 reel and medium heavy 7' rod ?? 

Ps. Baitcaster reel ?

 

thank you send email to theocfair@gmail.com to tell me some advice thanks

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Because the tag says $200 budget im assuming you are looking at $100 for a rod, and $100 for the reel. I would get a fenwick aetos because they are on sale for $95 right now, and either a lews speed spool or daiwa tatula ct. Both can be had on ebay for $100 or less.

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If you are looking at 100 for rod and 100 for reel, I'd look at the Fenwick aetos on the Fenwick site as mentioned above. Great rod at retail which is nearly twice what they are on sale for. The *** black is a great rod with a 100 retail price about anywhere. The daiwa tatula rods are around 150 retail and very nice and can be found around 100 dollars. For tackle is the first place I check, they have a lot of nice rods and reels for around half of retail. As far as reels go I assume you want a bait aster since you mentioned the speed spool. The daiwa tatula and tatula cut can be found around 100 or less. I'd look at the 6.3:1 or so ratios for an all around reel. Shipman has a couple of newer reels available under 100. The caius and canaen both have a lot of features but a plastic or graphite frame. The frame alone would make me go tatula since it's aluminum. If you like the looks of the lews the tournament mb has a better braking system and is a higher tier reel than the speed spool lfs and was 108 on fleabay unless it's changed. For an all around rod and reel combo I'd look at a 6'6"-7' med or med heavy fast depending on brand and a baitcast reel with aluminum frame and good braking system. Something that will last, allow you to throw a variety of lures, and that has a braking system that will help you learn to use your thumb and spend less time picking tangles out of your line

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Thanks a lot but i was looking at the castaway tiranis, is that any good?? And plus can you tell me which is better between tutula , speed spool or speed spool mb 

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