Externally adjustable Speed Cast centrifugal braking system
Rugged carbon fiber drag system delivers up to 20 lbs. of drag power
11-bearing system with double-shielded stainless steel ball bearings
The lightest reel in the Lew's lineup, the Hyper Mag Speed Spool SLP Casting Reel sheds weight down to a mere 5.4 oz. thanks to its Super Low Profile build. The innovative 32mm aircraft-grade Duralumin U-shaped spool starts and accelerates faster than large spools for nimble handling of light line and lures. Dial-up casting perfection using the externally adjustable four-pin, 27-position, Speed Cast centrifugal braking system. Rugged carbon fiber drag system delivers up to 20 lbs. of drag power. Premium 11-bearing system with double-shielded stainless steel ball bearings and Zero Reverse® one-way clutch bearing keeps the Hyper Mag running smooth and strong from cast to hookset. Strong one-piece magnesium frame features lightweight carbon C45 sideplates and an external lube port for convenient access. Bowed lightweight 95mm carbon fiber handle with Winn® Dri-Tac knobs ensures a comfortable control. Double-anodized bowed aluminum drag star with audible click adjustment makes changing drag settings fast. Other highlights include double anodized aluminum spool tension knob with audible click, titanium-coated zirconia line guide, aircraft-grade hard-anodized-aluminum alloy gears, exclusive Speed Dial line indicator and Speed Keeper hook keeper. Not for saltwater use.
OST Oversized Spool Technology for high retrieve speeds
CSC Baitcast Drag System delivers smoothness and power
ACS 4.0 allows you to precisely adjust the amount of braking force
PT Bearings stand up to the wear and tear of tough battles
PT AC Anti-Corrosion Bearings resist rust and salt buildup
Haul those monsters out of the water with Quantum's Smoke S3 Casting Reel. OST Oversized Spool Technology incorporates a large-diameter spool manufactured from 6061-T6 aluminum to deliver high retrieve speeds. Zero Friction Pinion Design holds the pinion gear in place, so there is absolutely no friction. This results in incredibly long casts. PT Speed Bearings maximize spool velocity. CSC Baitcast Drag System combines carbon and ceramic washers to ensure smoothness and power. It also achieves lockdown exceeding 20 lbs. ACS (Adjustable Centrifugal System) 4.0 allows you to precisely adjust the amount of braking force, and the Continuous Anti-Reverse withstands bone-jarring hooksets without any backward spool movement. PT Gear Design combines an anodized-aluminum drive gear with a hobbed bronze pinion to provide a super-strong transmission in multiple gear ratios. PT AC Anti-Corrosion Bearings resist rust and salt buildup, while Saltguard Protection coatings create a barrier against harsh saltwater environments. PT Bearings stand up to the wear and tear of the toughest battles. Aluminum X-Frame strikes the perfect balance between weight and strength. PT Thumbar Design has a corrosion-resistant stainless steel kick lever that won't wear out. PT Low Profile Design fits comfortably in your hand for a fatigue-free day on the water. PT Power Handle features an extra 5mm of length to boost winching power. Line Memo allows you to easily identify what type of line you're using. Gull Wing Side Cover offers easy access to the spool.
Hey guys Adam general efficient here. Another quantum rod-and-reel set up. And let's bear worth to. This is the new smoke s3 from quantum. They put out this year for 2018 just got. These in just got them up opened up. And still have some of the the decals. And stuff on here and the cool thing Quan did. This year is they started. This protection programs. You get your rod know. You can register these rods are had a warranty program on them for at least two years. It goes up to fighters let's double check on. That it's a graphite rod. Though has a Fuji two-piece reel seat. This paired with a quantum speed freak eight point. One to 1 gear ratio reel there it's a smoked edition reel. And the back side here. It tells all the details of the series the length of the rod the action the tip length the line weight. And the lower weight there. And quantum is using new guides. This year for these rods there. They got the keygen guide series here again. Each of the oxalate guide series just a really nice guide their light. All ceramic it's based out evenly. That through the rod tip it's gonna send. All graphite rod this is a rod. This is seven foot six I'll use. This rod for most of my pitching and in flipping situations with. You know with either a creature type bait. Or a beaver type bait. Or a jig and it's just a great rod to have in your hand. All day it's small the real fits on here really well the profiles. Imean I'm not I'm a average-sized man. And my hands the normal size like. Ifit my hand around. This reel and the rod. And your arms like I get fatigued.
All day your hands not gonna get fatigued from holding this. And that's what matters. You know you're holding a broad four seven eight hours a day. It really wears on you for a couple days in a row so. You got a light rod. And a nice reel it fits in your hand. That really makes a big difference. When you're fishing all day. This rod is just an awesome rod it's got a real strong backbone a fast tip it's big enough to get fish out of. Any type of heavy cover you're talking weeds lay downs logs. Anything you're fishing around bushes. This is the right rod for it's a quantum smoke s3 again its new for 2018. Once a house pulled up on a 11 ball bearing smoke. This is their speed freak reel it's an 8 point 1 to 1 gear ratio just an awesome real light. Some braid here this is actually the seed gars flippin braid. This is 65 pound braid. And the braid is actually black we're just a little faded from last year. You can easily fix that I'll go over.
It here in a series here just taking a permanent marker on the end. And just touching that up a little bit but there. You go check it out quantum fishing comm. You can check them out on Facebook. You can check Seaguar out. Isee the WWC guard calm. And thanks for listening.
Bass Pro Shops® Pro Qualifier® II Limited-Edition Baitcast Reel
Lightweight one-piece machined aluminum frame
Double-anodized, machined aluminum drilled spool
Quality 7+1 bearing system
Powerlock instant anti-reverse
Dual Braking System
Not only is this the lightest and slimmest version of the popular Bass Pro Shops Pro Qualifier Baitcast Reel ever, it's also the best looking! With its sleek design, this Limited Edition is bound to turn heads both at the ramp and onstage. You'll love the way it balances perfectly on a premium bass rod and is a joy to palm – yet all aspects of its performance, the features serious bassers love most, remain intact. As always, this reel was built to fit the way tournament anglers fish. From its one-piece machined aluminum frame and double-anodized, machined aluminum drilled spool, to its Recurve handle and drag star, the design is sleek, light and functional. And every feature is geared for performance, including the quality seven-bearing system with Powerlock™ instant anti-reverse; our Dual Braking System™, with click-adjustable magnetic and six-pin centrifugal cast-control systems working in concert, and the hard titanium-coated line guide. You'll like the pin-release sideplate for quick brake adjustments on the fly, the satisfying feel of the Soft Touch thumb bar and the built-in lube port for those pre-tourney touch-ups. When you're ready to hit the water, the distinctive Bass Pro Shops Pro Qualifier II Limited-Edition baitcaster is sure to make a splash. In a good way.
Daiwa® Lexa™ 300-WN Baitcast Reel with Winn® Grips
Tacky Winn grips ensure incredible comfort and security
Extra-large line capacity
Stainless steel drive and pinion gears
7-bearing (6+1) system
Dual Stopper Infinite Anti-Reverse
Made to battle large inshore and freshwater game fish, the Daiwa Lexa 300-WN Baitcast Reel with Winn Grips provides the tacky, durable comfort and leverage of authentic Winn grips, plus the extra line capacity you'll need to outlast the bruisers. This versatile low-profile reel is surprisingly light and compact for its strength level thanks to its tough aluminum frame and sideplates as well as strategic handle cutouts. This is the heavy-duty version of the Lexa series, with stainless steel drive and pinion gears, a 7-bearing (6+1) system consisting of 6 corrosion-resistant ball bearings plus roller bearing for the Dual Stopper Infinite Anti-Reverse, and an oversized EVA custom handle knob. It also features Daiwa's proven Magforce® cast control and Ultimate Tournament Carbon Drag (UTD) with up to 22 lbs. of max drag power. Swept handle with cutouts for lightweight control in your choice of easy-cranking dual paddle or high-leverage single power handle style.
The Abu Garcia Revo Ike Baitcast Reel represents everything Bassmaster Elite pro Mike Iaconelli wants in a low-profile, high-capacity baitcaster. His design influence is evident in every aspect of this hardworking reel, from its compact footprint to its effortless operation to its brash, eye-catching finish. Behind that cool exterior beats the heart of a champion, born to perform and determined to win. Ike has specified a great feature set, including Abu's super-tough X-Cräftic™ alloy frame, C6 carbon palming sideplate and an aluminum handle sideplate. A smooth-flowing Infini II™ spool design is paired with the super-high efficiency D2 Gear Design™ and a Duragear™ brass gear. Everslik™ coated pinion shaft and pawl offer buttery-slick winding, and 10 stainless steel ball bearings and one roller bearing make this reel smooth as silk to operate. A DuraClutch design and super-precise Infini™ IVCB-6L (Infinitely Variable Centrifugal Brake with six adjustable locking pins) give it plenty of stopping power, and the Gull Wing™ easy-access sideplate lets you make quick brake adjustments. Also includes a keyed-cartridge Power Stack Carbon Matrix Drag System™ with up to 24 lbs. of bass-horsing max drag, a compact bent handle with custom round EVA knobs, and a lube port for quick maintenance touch-ups.
External magnetic, internal four-pin centrifugal cast control
Up to 12 lbs. of drag power
Hot looks. Smooth, pro-style performance. Great price. It's your formula for success. Mount the Bass Pro Shops Formula Limited Baitcast Reel on your favorite rod, head out and tear 'em up! Full graphite frame and side-covers for dependable strength and durability. Lightweight, double-anodized aluminum spool for easy casting and retrieving. Quality 10-bearing system includes Powerlock™ instant anti-reverse, ensuring smooth hitch-free retrieves. Dual-braking system with external magnetic and internal four-pin centrifugal cast control enables exceptional casting distance and accuracy. Smooth, consistent drag operation offers a full 12 lbs. of drag power. Also features a recurve handle, recurve drag star and comfortable EVA handle knobs.
What's up guys one episode Kingston lures on. This video I'm doing a review on the Bass Pro Shops formula real first off really like. This real first thing about the price is really good pretty shirt 65. Or $70 oh my bass pro shops same thing like about. It is the big handle on. These um hard foam grips really like. That right there and the other thing I like about is. It holds a good bit of line. You can't just about. Anything of and the braking system of. This is pretty good. It rights you're not gonna get bad flashes at. Or maybe once every couple hundred cast but. It set on seven that works good for me about. Everything I've thrown. What I throw on this is um Texas rigs maybe a shaky head sometimes Carolina rigs crank baits liquids crank baits. That kind of stuff, so I'm not usually casting like stuff with. This that's the one bad thing about. This reel it doesn't do great with light stuff like. Anything under 3/8 of an ounce probably he's not gonna cast to go. This thing you can you might be able to get away with. It with eight or ten pound line in the breaking set really high. You go be the backlash but it's probably gonna be better do a spinning rod. Or a better bait caster um let's see here. You said it is yeah like. Isaid seven that's better. Iwould set and attention knob. You just drop the bait down. You mess with it until. You get the right drops down really slow. Another thing I like about. You call it a line guy but. Idon't know you guys can see.
It but it's the thing right there. That does not it does not chip crack. That stuff anyway to fray the line which. Ilike about it's really strong. You can use just about. Any line of this reel. You want to a pretty girl handle braid I've used a little bit on. This reel and then every kind of fluorocarbon but. Ireally like that about. This reel um this doesn't matter too much but the color on. This reel is really good. That on the grave gold looks good. And the gear ratio I have in. This is a 6 6 to 1 now like. Isaid before I throw warm shaky heads test rigs crank baits lipstick. And stuff that works really well crank baits. You don't want a 8 3 2 1. Or a 7 5 1 that kind of stuff. Because so you'll crank. It too fast or you'll have to just get really slow. This weaning crank at normal speed of crank baits.
And with worms I don't like a super fast real cuz. Most places like she had to slow down but um yeah. That about this reel know the. One thing you have to look at is. You have more expensive reels like a loose custom. Iactually did review on. That I'll put that right there loose custom definitely smoother. Now I'm going to show. You guys some up-close shots that's real senior really good look at. It okay you enjoyed. That video um before. Iend just to say new upload schedule. Now gonna be uploading Monday 6:30 am Fridays at 3:30 pm probably gonna have. One of these type of videos for views tackle tips. That kind of stuff so. You enjoy this video. And yeah see you guys a nice.
Alright hey everybody I'm back with. Another Iran I want to show. You guys this is the Bass Pro Shops mega cast bait cast combo I've had. This about a little about a month a year. And a half a little over a year. And a half I wanted to tell. You guys it performs. Idon't see a lot of videos on these on the internet but. Iwanted to show you guys. And tell what I think about. This is $55 it from Bass Pro Shops it's the next step up from the Pro Elite Series which retails for 70 buts. You can always find it on sale for 4990 seven actually there got. That sale going on right. And I'm debating picking up actually two. Or three of those so but. Iwanted to let you guys know. What I thought of this specific. One is a 7-foot medium heavy rod. And then the line weight on. One is 10 to 20 pounds. This is 30 pound braid. Iactually just been on here that's why the rod is wet. Iwas outside testing it to see. It actually cast pretty well. It does especially I put the braid on but the mono is the Monica cast twice as far with. It on the farthest cast. Igot with this is about.
And our 30 to 40 yards but with the motto it's probably closer to 180 not 180 with the mono is probably closer to 80 90 yards so. And that's with a lot less weight so. This is a quarter ounce sinker. Ican cast about forty yards with. Now so like I said seven-foot medium heavy. This is probably gonna be my probably I'll probably use. This for I guess from Texas rig drop-shot kind of stuff. Ialso got a new rod actually to my car. Igot a new rod that I'm going to show. You guys on another video probably uploaded the same day actually. Ibought from Bass Pro Shops during this sale. And that's my kind of finesse worm wait list.
You know like a neck Nedry type rod sorry so. This rod 7-foot this but right here is about four. And a half inches the rod part right here so from here to here is about four. And a half inches I'm okay with. That but my brother said his suit short. He doesn't like he likes his about six inches so. One of the new Abu Garcia's but. Ireally do like the rod drag. Ibelieve is 12 pounds max maybe man 12 to 15 since. It is a heavier duty rod but yeah it's a great rod with the braid. That doesn't in backlash as much as. Ithought it was going to. Idid the old hold it at your waist. And drop it down see. If the real spools see. If the rules see if the spool backlashes. It does but and then. Itry to cast it with the spool so tight. It doesn't cast 15 yards but. Iloosen the spool back down the drag. And throw it out there Oh cast as far as. You before about 40 50 yards. It doesn't backlash on. II'm gonna keep the spool really loose. And keep the brakes on zero.
It doesn't backlash on. It was I'd be very unhappy with. It as an effort to keep the spool tightened in the brakes halfway at five. It just doesn't cast very far like. If you're new to bait casting I don't. Idon't think I would recommend. It would backlash on. You have make a couple years of experience using bait casters you'll be okay with. This no problem but um. Another thing I wanted to show. You guys is the eye tips are just metal. You see the items are just metal there's no plastic lining to them which. Ifound weird but then again. It is a cheap pass broke rod but like. Igot laying next to. Me it's just some it's. Some cheap Shimano rod but it's still got the plastic eyes. Ithink I'm Missy I paid 25 bucks for this rod not including the real was off. Another rod that broke but. This rod is 25 bucks.
Ikind of feel like it's a better quality. Than to make a cast Warren. This is just a cheapy little rather time actually a replace coming up here soon with those two new pro elites from Bass Pro but overall. Ireally recommend this it's. One of the best rods. You can get for your money. It calves very far all the last fishing season using it. Iabsolutely loved I had 12 pound mono on here with a actually. Igot the big right here. This little swim bait with a weighted hook on. Imust have caught thirty fish on. Now so caught seventeen. Imust have caught around 50 fish on just like little of. This exact bait with. This exact rod 12 pound mono with. This is its unbelievable. Ican cast I actually got my first small mouth on. One — took it fishing up in Brookville. And absolutely destroyed the small mouth on.
This rod — though it's pretty heavy for small amount foot. Ithink it's a great rod for the money but. You have the money definitely go with like a Johnny Morris rod. If you're gonna go Bass Pro. Or tri Abu Garcia or flooger but. If you're looking to just spend 50 60 bucks. This absolutely is the best rod. You can find for that price actually. Idon't see many rods. That aren't this rod. Idon't see many of them. That go for such a cheap price. It is the sale on the Bass Pro seven right. Ithink that's it the reel is great quality of the rod not so much but. It still works its still pretty heavy-duty. You can definitely pull stuff out of weeds with. This which is probably. What I'm going to be doing with. This so overall like scale of. One to ten I'd probably give it a seven.
And a half for it probably an eight just. It can cast but yeah it's great for my first heavy really like heavy-duty stiff rod with. Some backbone I can definitely punch into. Some waves with it so yeah let. You guys are thinking about picking it up let. What you think about. Any questions please drop them in the comments thanks.