Mitchell 300/70M2 Rod and Reel Combo - 2-Piece

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Overview

About Mitchell 300/70M2 Rod and Reel Combo - 2-Piece

Closeouts. Discover more holes where lunkers lurk with the super-accurate Mitchell 300/70M2 spinning rod and reel combo. The two-piece graphite rod offers outstanding medium action, and the innovative Mitchell 300 spinning reel retrieves with clean and efficient line management, thanks to an elegant eight-bearing, multi-disc drag system.

Specs

Specs about Mitchell 300/70M2 Rod and Reel Combo - 2-Piece

  • Rod Power: medium; Lure: 18-5/8 oz.; Mono capacity lb. test/yd.: 10/210, 12/180, 14/150; Braid capacity lb. test/yd.: 10/290, 12/180, 14/150
  • Length: 7'
  • Number of pieces: 2
  • Type of grip: One handed
  • Fighting butt: Yes
  • Type of cork: Grade A
  • Reel seat: Down locking
  • Reel seat material: Composite with aluminum hood
  • Spacer material: Composite
  • Rod material: Graphite
  • Guide material: Titanium alloy
  • Weight: 15.2 oz.
  • Recommended use: Freshwater
  • Made in China
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5.000000 5 Overall Rating: 5 Based on 1 reviews

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Verified Buyer Reviewed by Tomel from UT on Wednesday, June 22, 2016
Sweet rod/reel combo for the price!! First outing catching 4 pounds catfish no problem. I would recommend as a primary or back up setup.
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About Mitchell

The history behind Mitchell fishing reels and rods can actually be traced back to the mid-1800s when a man named Louis Carpano co-founded a watch gear manufacturing company in Savoy. After the business passed to Louis’ nephew in the early 20th century, the company (then called Carpono & Pons) began manufacturing fishing reels, eventually earning a patent for an open-faced spinning reel in 1950. More models were added over time, including the extremely popular Mitchell 300, which would become the brand’s flagship spinning reel (and is still being sold today). By 1970, the company was manufacturing an astounding 12,000 reels per day. Thirty years later, the Mitchell rods and reels brand was acquired by Pure Fishing, Inc., headquartered in Columbia, South Carolina.