Shakespeare® Agility® Low Profile Reel
Performance and style combine in the Agility to create an excellent value. The Agility low profile reel contains a 2+1 bearing system and brass drive and pinion gears a smooth feel and dependable durability. The ported aluminum spool reduces weight. Complete with a multi-disk drag system provides great fishing performance.
- Adjustable magnetic cast control
- Machined aluminum ported spool
- Brass drive and pinion gears for durability
- 2+1 Instant Anti-Reverse bearings
$23.99 - $29.99
Shakespeare® Agility® Low Profile Reel
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Shakespeare® Agility® Low Profile Reel is rated out of 5 by 19.
Rated 5 out of 5 by monngoose from not my first I have been using Shakespeare casters for years but have been away from fishing for a while (don't know how upset I was when I found out they don't make the axiom anymore ) long and I was able to pick up a agility on sale and paired it with my new Abu vengeance casting rod and I couldn't be happier I've put well over a thousand casts on it and it's spent hundreds of hrs in the water never an issue I've used it in several small turnies in my erea and it does just as good as $100+ reels out there with me and the colors match the rod and the best part is I can use the new handle options from Abu Garcia easy to strip down and clean all in all worth every penny love it
Date published: 2015-06-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by Gilbert from Smooth yard eating casts! I matched this with the Ugly Stik Inshore medium heavy. Throwing 1oz heads with 7" swimbaits is a breeze. This comes with an impressive drag rate for pulling in those saltwater bass.
Date published: 2014-06-26
Rated 4 out of 5 by RomesElite from Light weight, smooth retrieve, overall awesome ree bought this reel for some light tackled saltwater fishing and its awesome! spool hold plenty of line so if i hook up to a fish that wants to run im not worried about spooling out (have about 150 yds of 30# braid). its light weight and has good balance on light action poles. partnered this reel with a new GX2 uglystik and its perfect for sea bass, fluke/flounder, porgies, and the occasional cocktail blue. i only give it 4 out of 5 because i would have liked the star drag to be made of metal instead of plastic
Date published: 2013-10-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by Mike1968 from Awesome Performance I bought this Reel This past summer and combined with the medium action Shakespeare Ugly stick it was an awesome pairing! It never let me down once all season and performed fish after fish cast after cast. I would highly recommend this company and product
Date published: 2016-01-29
Rated 4 out of 5 by Hoot from great inexpensive reel ! bought last fall and put it on a 6' med/light rod with 10lb line. I use it at city lake for bass and trout. Throw 1/4 oz crankbaits and innline spinners for hours at a time. Have not caught any monster fish with it but, a lot of 1to 3 pounders. Drag works great! Nice reel for the money. :-)
Date published: 2015-03-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by daddyjojo from my first baitcaster and its a wow!!! I bought this reel at Walmart and at first I was hesitant, being a machinist by trade, I noticed that they used stainless steel screws and aluminum spools so I knew it was engineered right for salt water applications. I caught five catfish today along the upper Chesapeake bay and this cheap reel is magnificent! Instantly it is now my go to reel.
Date published: 2014-06-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by lobear00 from Found Reel to be nice and solid I bought this reel last month took it out the last few days and put it to the test and it performed without a flaw. It was very easy to tune in . Happy.
Date published: 2015-04-03
Rated 4 out of 5 by NOTHING from I HAVE 10 OF THESE REELS AND 1 OUT OF EVERY 2 REELS THE HANDLE WILL SPIN BACKWARDS AND NOT STOP AND LOCK LIKE ITS SUPPOSE TO. . THE FACTORY NEEDS TO LOOK INTO THIS PROBLEM AND FIX IT ... I HAVE LOST ALOT OF FISH AND BACKLASHED DUE TO THE HANDLE NOT LOCKING IN PLACE ....
Date published: 2015-05-30