*Rod and reel will ship separate
The Favorite Army spinning combo has a unique design that shows off our Favorite Army pride.
Built using ultra-sensitive 24-ton Toray carbon blank materials, these Rods employ MLS (Multi-Layer Structure) technology that layers carbon of varying modulus and fiber direction to produce a reinforced construction and improved torsional load resistance. In addition, an X-shaped carbon tape wrapping along the blank provides increased durability and overall power.
The guides are made of polished stainless-steel frames with nano-lite rings to increase castability and durability. Coupled with streamlined reel seats that fit comfortably in your hand and a reduced weight. This rod will keep you fishing all day.
The reel is 7.3:1 gear ratio and 11 stainless steel ball bearings make this a combo that is smooth and easy to retrieve regardless of what kind of fish is coming with it.
- EVA Camo Pattern Split Grip
- ACS Reel Seat Stainless Steel Guides w/ Ceramic Inserts
- 8+1 BB
- 7.3:1 Gear Ratio
- Aluminum Handle
- Magnetic Brake System
- ABS Body
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PROP 65 WARNING: This product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information please visit the Prop 65 website.
I’ve had this combo for almost a year, and I love it. I have several lews combos Mach 2, Mach smash, custom xp and several other brands, I find myself reaching for this combo over all the others. The medium heavy seems a bit more moderate than a fast action but every rod company is different. I highly recommend.
Rod is great but the reel shaves down my mono line. Will need to purchase another reel to pair with the rod.
I've been able to use for a couple of weeks now. It has been great so far!!
It's my third favorite rod and my first favorite reel.
I haven’t been using Favorite fishing rods for long but have enjoyed using them. I broke the first rod i bought and had the best customer service experience ever. Since i have bought four more setups from them and would recommend to anyone.
For a 100 dollar baitcaster and rod combo, 100 dollars is nothing. Throws well, but after maybe 8-10 fishing trips the (clear coat?) around the eyelets has begun to fall off and one of the eyes came out. Im gonna just put some clear epoxy on there and keep on fishing, but this is probably something the company can adjust by switching to a better material.