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Shakespeare Micro Series Spinning Rod

10 Reviews
$19.99
SKU: F12227

Details

Shakespeare Micro Series Spinning Rods offer sleek cosmetics and are perfect for all types of ultra-light and light fishing. These Micro Series Spinning Rods are the best value in the ultra-light/light market.

  • Graphite construction for a lighter more sensitive rod
  • Stainless steel guides with stainless steel inserts
  • Cork handles
  • Hook keeper

Warning

Select from the models below

MGSP662L
Length
6' 6"
Pieces
2
Power
Light
Line Weight
4 - 10 lbs.
Lure Weight
1/16 - 3/8 oz.
Stock: 1
$19.99
MGSP702L
Length
7' 0"
Pieces
2
Power
Light
Line Weight
4 - 10 lbs.
Lure Weight
1/16 - 3/8 oz.
0
$19.99
MGSP702UL
Length
7' 0"
Pieces
2
Power
Ultra Light
Line Weight
2 - 6 lbs.
Lure Weight
1/32 - 1/4 oz.
0
$19.99
MGSP762UL
Length
7' 6"
Pieces
2
Power
Ultra Light
Line Weight
2 - 6 lbs.
Lure Weight
1/32 - 1/4 oz.
Stock: 4
$19.99
MGSP461UL
Length
4' 6"
Pieces
1
Power
Ultra Light
Line Weight
2 - 6 lbs.
Lure Weight
1/32 - 1/4 oz.
Stock: 4
$19.99
MGSP502UL
Length
5' 0"
Pieces
2
Power
Ultra Light
Line Weight
2 - 6 lbs.
Lure Weight
1/32 - 1/4 oz.
Stock: 2
$19.99
MGSP562L
Length
5' 6"
Pieces
2
Power
Light
Line Weight
4 - 8 lbs.
Lure Weight
1/16 - 3/8 oz.
Stock: 2
$19.99

Ratings & Reviews

10 reviews

One of the best deals out there

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I own a number of rods from this product line, ranging from the shortest to the longest. I use them on crappie, bass and bluegill, catching the occasional musky. I am a kayak fisherman, and do not like to spend much on rods as they are always at some risk. But with these rods, you get first-class performance at a price point that allows you to fish them hard and regularly without worrying if one of them gets yanked from the tether by a large fish. Sensitivity is wonderful.Form, function, stress-free.

good but fragile

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Very sensitive but not as duruable as the ugly stick if you get the longer ones it would be wise to get a case.

Nice rod.

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I've not had the chance to use this rod yet, but for the price the quality of workmanship and feel in my hand makes me think it will be a great crappie rod.

Good light weight trout rod

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I found this rod to be a quality fishing rod for the price.

nice rod for the $$$

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Fished the 7'6" UL model for the first time this week. Fished spinners, spoons and plugs betwween 1/32 and 1/4 oz. Took me a little while to get used to the softer casting stroke. But now it's my favorite trout lake rod and only twenty bucks!

Shakespeare Micro Series 5'6 Light

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Great entry level lightweight rod. Good action and nice workmanship. Have used for smaller bass and creek size trout.

MS 702L

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I have a 7' MS 702L, and purchased it over a handful of years ago. I'm not sure if they have made any improvements or changes to this rod since, the picture looks similar. This rod is really impressive and has sold me on Shakespeare rods. If I was to replace this rod, I'd buy another. I've been using it with 4-6lb line to pull medium sized bass, and walleye out of a spillway, and all of my pan fishing. The guides are cheep stainless, but are attached to the blank very well. The only improvement I would like to see on this $20 rod is to replace the foam butt with a plastic butt. The foam can get damaged too easily; I've had that happen with previous rods.

Possibly the best rod I have ever bought.

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Amazing cheap rod

Possibly the best rod I have ever bought.

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Amazing cheap rod

I own every model of the Micro Series, and have for been buying them for years (ever since the 4'6 came with a blue UL reel).

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I won every size in this series. For $20, you cannot beat this rod. While I tend to target smaller species, I have landed numerous cats, Coho, Pinks, and LMB without any issues. I mentioned groves in the inserts above in the cons, but I found that this only occurs when fishing fast moving waters where there is constant tension on the tip. Although I often fish with middle shelf rods like 13Fishing and the Daiwa, I enjoy taking a Micro Series rod or two along to use when I need to throw a small lure, spoon, or jig. My favorite model of the Micro Series is the 4'6". I use this rod for small lakes and streams which house a ton of overhang. Give this rod a try. If you find you do not like it, your only out $20. For those on a tight budget who are looking to pair this rod with an inexpensive reel that lasts, you cannot find one better than the Pflueger Trion. Size 20 for 6'6" and under. 7' UL and 7'6" UL rods, move up to a Trion size 25 for better balance. The 7' L go with a size 30.