Mr. Crappie® Slab Shaker Spinning Reel

Item # WX2-234846

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Details & Specs

Mr. Crappie® Slab Shaker Spinning Reel.

Hook 'em and cook 'em:
  • Lightweight graphite, rotor and spool
  • 2 ball bearings for smooth action
  • Thin, compact gearbox
  • Fast 5.2:1 gear ratio
  • Pre-spooled with premium Mr. Crappie® mono line.
Model No. MCS50:
  • Line Cap. (yds. / lbs.): 60/6
  • Line Recovery: 22"
  • Weight (ozs.): 6.0
Model No. MCS75:
  • Line Cap. (yds. / lbs.): 70/6
  • Line Recovery: 23"
  • Weight (ozs.): 6.4
Model No. MCS100:
  • Line Cap. (yds. / lbs.): 90/6
  • Line Recovery: 24"
  • Weight (ozs.): 6.7

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Articles & Tips
Tackle Maintenance Tips

I can't fish with a reel that sounds and feels like it's full of sand, or with beat up rods whose guides are missing inserts or are otherwise bent and broken. Since I'm not fishing for dinner, the reason to be on the water is to enjoy it -- working equipment adds to the pleasure of the experience. Here's how to keep your gear in working order.

Better Your Casting By Better Understanding Your Equipment

Do you want to know how to catch more bass from shallow water at any time of year? It's simple ... become a better caster! By improving your casting, you'll become better at placing lures into tight quarters surrounded by branches, overhangs, stumps, laydowns, and so on.

Spinning Reel Maintenance

Anglers often overlook reel maintenance and negligence leads to a damaged part that can fail under pressure. To keep your reel in proper working order, clean and lubricate it a few times a year, and before any major fishing trips. Just like a car, keeping your lubricants "topped off" will ensure moving parts function properly and don't fail. Here's an overview of spinning reel maintenance.

Gear Is Everything When Chasing Slab Crappies

Crappies are one of my favorite species to fish for whether it is early in the spring or late in the fall. The exciting action, scrappy fighting and tasty-eating qualities this fish exhibits are certainly second to none. Learn the tools of the trade that will improve your fishing, and lead you on a course to unforgettable crappie days this year.

Take Care Of Your Tackle

Forget about the snow ... now is the time for all good anglers to get ready for spring. Here are some things you can do to get your fishing gear ready for the water and minimize the time your line is out of the water.

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