The Bass Pro Shops MegaCast baitcast reel is a great fishing reel for fisherman of all skill levels. The MegaCast baitcast reel is super lightweight, plus it has a ton of nice features. In my review of the Bass Pro Shops MegaCast baitcast reel, I will outline some of the feature I really liked about this fishing reel.
The Bass Pro Shops MegaCast baitcast reel features a 4-bearing reel system, plus a10-position magnetic braking system. This allows you to keep control of your line, regardless of how big the fish is. The Powerlock™ instant anti-reverse system also comes into play here. With all these systems working together, the Bass Pro Shops MegaCast baitcast reel really does a nice job. The 6.3:1 gearing ratio provides an effortless reeling experience. I really enjoyed this while I did my review of the MegaCast baitcast reel, because I wanted to give it a good test.
I was going to give the MegaCast reel a good test in this review, so I went fishing for catfish. Catfish are well known for the stress they put on your fishing reel, so I thought I’d give that a try. The Bass Pro Shops MegaCast baitcast reel really did a nice job! I hooked two Catfish that put up a great fight; one at six pounds and one at six and a half pounds. The Bass Pro Shops MegaCast baitcast reel handled the catfish like a champ, and I was home from my review in less than five hours (including drive time).
I would rate my review of the Bass Pro Shops MegaCast baitcast reel as 5 out of 5. When you combine the cost vs. performance ratio, the Bass Pro Shops MegaCast baitcast reel is really an outstanding value. If you are looking for a new fishing reel or just need a good standby rig, I would give the MegaCast reel a try.
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Bass Pro Shops MegaCast Baitcast Reel Review, 4.5 out of 5 based on 2 ratings
Ripley Hunter enjoys a wide variety of outdoor activities and adventure sports. From kayaking to rock climbing, Hunter’s real love lies in fishing, whether on the water or ice. Among his great adventures is deep sea fishing in New Zealand. He lives in Minneapolis, Minnesota.