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Here’s a video on the basics of using a baitcaster:
Daiwa has got a reputation for building some of the highest quality fishing products.
The Procaster 80 baitcasting combo from Daiwa is an excellent combo. Meanwhile, whether you’re a beginner or a seasoned angler. The rod itself has a split grip – EVA foam and lightweight carbon with a combo of a cork. Moreover, the reel has an easy brake system.
The ProCaster Baitcaster’s low-profile reel is compact, ensuring smooth casting and retrieves. It’s stuffed with bearings and a sturdy drag to handle the biggest of fights. The graphite composite rod makes a day on the water pure pleasure. Likewise, it has signature black and white digital camo highlights.
- Lightweight full carbon rod
- Daiwa’s signature D-Vec Digi-camo paint job
- Rod handles made of cork and EVA foam
- Well balanced system
- Low profile and compact size 80 reel
You won’t regret this combo. I was able to cast very far and reel fish in with ease. —Ryans1993
2. Quantum Pulse Baitcast Combo
Best Entry-level baitcaster
Quantum has made a mark on most anglers all over the world with affordable and durable gear. Quantum proved this true all over again with their Quantum Pulse Baitcast Combo.
- Durable graphite blank with ComfortGripTMhandle
- DynaflowTMaluminum-oxide guides
- Lightweight graphite frame and side covers
- Continuous Anti-ReverseTMclutch for instant hook sets
- 5 ball bearings (4+ clutch) for smooth reeling
- DynaMag® Cast Control
- Zero FrictionTMpinion for improved casting distance
- Aluminum skeletal spool
- EVA handle knobs
- Right-handed retrieve
I recommend this. It looks good and feels solid. The reel is smooth and the rod is sensitive. It is one of the best values on the market. —Trookystylefishing
It has easy adjustments and setting on the reel. — Whooligan