Shakespeare® Agility® Spinning Combo
Performance and style combine in the Agility to create an excellent value. The Agility spinning reel contains a 4+1 bearing system for a smooth retrieve. The double anodized ported aluminum spool reduce weight and provide corrosion resistance. Complete with a multi-disk drag system provides great fishing performance. The graphite composite rod provide a great balance of sensitivity and durability. The HTG™ grips "Hybrid Tech Grips" provide a great grip for sure hook sets.
- 4+1 Instant Anti-Reverse bearings
- Machined and anodized aluminum spool
- Right or left hand retrieve
- Multi-disk drag system
- HTG™ "Hybrid Tech Grips" provide a superior grip and comfortable handle
- Graphite composite construction for a lightweight sensitive feel
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Shakespeare® Agility® Spinning Combo
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Shakespeare® Agility® Spinning Combo is rated out of 5 by 21.
Rated 5 out of 5 by michiganfisher55 from great rod Reel is smooth 8lb line is perfect for this set up. The rod is the best part of this combo tho you can feel everything and has a good back bone. I caught this bass with this combo.
Date published: 2015-04-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by jeepman33 from Great rod for the price! Great rod and reel combo. I bought the 6.6" medium rod and this is one of the best rods in my arsenal. It reacts great with fish on.
Date published: 2015-04-21
Rated 2 out of 5 by KellyC from Broke on second fish! I just got this pole for my birthday. First day fishing with it caught a small bass no problems. Second fish caught maybe 1 1/2 lb bass snapped the tip of my pole off about half way between top eyelets. Extremely disappointed. Otherwise nice pole.
Date published: 2015-05-14
Rated 4 out of 5 by Chadillac1967 from So much better than the price would imply I got this as a gift for my Birthday. I have been fishing for years and recently our family bought a place in the WI Northwoods. Our family is bigger and my 1 piece poles don't travel so well with kids. My kids got me this to take up North and fish. I have a 2 piece 6'6"MH Rod and I was more than pleasantly surprised with the action, the power and the abuse this pole took. We caught several large fish that the Northwoods offer and I also caught several boulders, timber, and structure we couldnt make out and... I was not gentle and to my surprise, this combo took it all.
Date published: 2016-01-13
Rated 4 out of 5 by DGThomas from Hot garbage Bought it new for a tournament as part of my 4 rod rotation. Lasted 1 day until the line roller screw fell out during a cast, rendering it useless.
Date published: 2016-04-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by REP1985 from FISH ON!! I bought this combo mid-summer, turned out to be one of the better decisions I made in 2015. Perfect combination of a we'll balanced and light weight 6'6" spinning combo. Most bang for your buck for under $50!! The Agility is has everything you could ever ask for an everyday sportsman!! Shakespeare is known for their great flex action, this reel puts it way ahead of its competitors!! I just bought a spare for myself, anticipating the spring thaw in the Northeast!! Looking forward to smooth casting in 2016!!
Date published: 2016-01-08
Rated 4 out of 5 by Ray jenkins from Awesome quality I purchased This last spring in 2015 and fished it all summer and into the winter. The reel is smooth and reliable not heavy and easy to cast. The retrieve is smooth and fast this reel is all about reliability and functions very well even under heavy use. The pole is rigid enough to cast far yet light enough to finess even the smallest lures. I highly recommend this as a go to pole. The best part it's quality without breaking the bank.
Date published: 2016-02-01
Rated 4 out of 5 by you rejected all of them from just right size for children I got them for the grand kids they wanted to move up from spin cast 2 years ago so far no problems just a lot of cleaning if you know the way kids treat equipment started teaching them how to maintain them sorry not a camera person no pictures
Date published: 2016-01-17