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Platinum 33 Spincast Reel: The platinum series of spincasting reels from the brand takes fishing to a whole new level of durability and performance. It is equipped with 5 bearings made from stainless steel and the entire reel body is manufactured with durable metal. It provides persistent anti-reverse support during heavy fishing. The steel covers on the body are corrosion proof and come pre-spooled with 130 yards of 10 lb line. The machined body of this fishing reel model is carefully crafted to yield maximum results in terms of easy and successful fishing.
Gold Series Spincast Fishing Reel: The gold series reels are power-packed fishing devices with 3 bearing drive system. It provides nonstop anti-reverse support to suit the heavy fishing needs. The dual-cam drag system is powered with an adjustable dial system. There are double pick-up pins made from ceramic. The retrieve is easy to change from right to left hand. The reel comes pre-spooled with 10 lb mono-filament. The reel is easy to cast and extremely dependable for fishing in lakes and streams. The fishing reel is meant for freshwater fishing; however many users anticipate that it would perform equally well in salt-water!
Slab Seeker Spincast Combo: This special spincast combo reel is ultra light and easy to handle owing to its micro size. It comes with a 4-6″ lightweight 2 pcs Slab Sleeker rod with SLDLM reel and regular cork handle. These reels are specially designed with custom engineering ideas. The most interesting part of the Slab Sleeker range is the TAT which is the characteristic Tap Action Tips (the highly sensitive and fine tips) that can easily detect even the most subtle strikes on the bait. The reel is easily switched from left to right hand cranking. This gear is perfect for taking the fishing experience to new levels!
Pro Staff Spincast these are all time favorites for multi-species anglers across the US. The entire Pro Staff product line was redesigned and updated in 2007 to enhance its utility and quality. The Pro Staff range of fishing reels features 5 reels- one baitcast, two spinning and two spincast reels. They come as a combination of reel and rod with a much better split-grip design for rod handles. The fishing reel is pre-spooled with 6 lb 130 yards line. A line weight indicator is present at the rear end alongside the thumb button which allows the users to change settings any time they wish.
Omega™ Spincast Reel: The Omega reel is quite powerful and comes with outstanding durability. The body is made with die-cast aircraft quality aluminum and includes 6 bearings made from stainless steel. The worm gear drive is powerful and made from brass. The reel provides uninterrupted anti-reverse support along with triple-cam multi-disc dragging system. The product comes spooled with 10 lb 85 yards line. Spare parts are included in the package for no extra cost at all. The low profile designs allow users to handle the reel easily with the soft-touch sealed button. Overall it is a powerful fishing gear that caters to the needs of most regular fishers.
Looking at the report we see that the trout and are biting. Several other fishing spots are biting just be sure to bring your fishing reel.
Carl Blackwell: August 8. Elevation 7 ft. below normal, water stained. Crappie fair on jigs. Striped bass hybrids fair trolling crankbaits. Report submitted by Jon Cunningham, game warden stationed in Payne County.
Copan: August 8. Elevation below normal. Boaters should use caution while driving in areas that are shallow due to low water. Blue and channel catfish fair on cut shad and worms on bottom in the mornings and evenings on rod and reel. Report submitted by Joe Alexander, game warden stationed in Washington County.
Eucha: August 9. Elevation 3 3/4 ft. below normal, water 85 and dingy. Bluegill fair on crickets and worms around grass beds. Largemouth bass fair on topwater baits early morning. Report submitted by Dwight Moore, City of Tulsa.
Ft. Gibson: August 7. Elevation 3 ft. below normal, water 93 and stained. Use caution while boating due to low water levels. White bass good trolling the windy points early and late, pick areas close to deep water drop offs trolling small crankbaits. Largemouth bass good on Biffle Bugs and crankbaits at 15-25 ft. Catfish good on juglines baited sunfish fishing the main lake and river. Report submitted by Rick Stafford of Wagoner.
Grand: August 8. Elevation 1 ft. below normal, water clear. Bass good on crankbaits around points. White bass fair on topwater lures and shad in shallows. Catfish good on juglines and trotlines baited with fresh cut bait above Sailboat Bridge. Crappie fair on minnow shad jigs around docks. Report submitted by Kody Moore, game warden stationed in Delaware County.
Greenleaf: August 9. Elevation normal, water clear. Largemouth bass fair on spinnerbaits, crankbaits and bill baits along shorelines, creek channels and brush structure. Catfish good on fresh cut bait and stinkbait on bottom. Crappie fair on minnows and jigs around fishing docks and brush structure. Report submitted by Lark Wilson, game warden stationed in Muskogee County.
Hulah: August 8. Elevation below normal, water stained. Boaters should use caution in areas that are shallow due to low water. Catfish slow on cut shad and worms on bottom with rod and reels. Report submitted by Joe Alexander, game warden stationed in Washington County.
Kaw: August 8. Catfish fair on fresh shad in the lake and good on stinkbait and worms in the river.. White bass and striped bass hybrids good on spinnerbaits, spoons and crankbaits around points and near the dam early and late. Bass good on spinnerbaits and crankbaits around shallow structure. Report by David Rempe Game Warden in Grant and Kay County.
Konawa: August 7. Elevation 1 ft. below normal, water 94 and clear. Largemouth bass good on topwater lures and crankbaits on schooling bass in coves early and late. Channel catfish good on shad at 5-10 ft. in south coves. Report submitted by Daryl Howser, game warden stationed in Seminole County.
Lower Illinois: August 8. Elevation normal, water 49 and muddy. Largemouth bass slow on buzz baits along the surface in coves. Striped bass fair on live shad at 1-2 ft. in the mouth of the river. Channel catfish good on cut bait on bottom all along the river. Trout excellent fly-fishing the surface, on rooster tails at 1-2 ft. and on Power Bait on bottom at the dam. Report submitted by D. Tracy, Town of Gore.
Oologah: August 7.. Elevation 1 ft. below normal, water 85 and murky on the south end and muddy on the north end. Crappie fair on minnows and jigs 15-20 ft. around brush piles. White bass fair trolling shad colored crankbaits off main lake points at 10-15 ft. Blue and channel catfish fair on juglines baited with shad at 20 ft. Report submitted by Brek Henry, game warden stationed in Rogers County.
Spavinaw: August 9. Elevation slightly below normal, water 85 and dingy. Bluegill fair on crickets and worms in the back of coves. Largemouth fair on spinnerbaits. Report submitted by Dwight Moore, City of Tulsa.
Webbers Falls: August 9. Elevation normal, water murky. Largemouth bass fair on spinnerbaits and crankbaits along riprap, brush structure and creek channels. Catfish good on fresh cut bait on bottom. Crappie fair on minnows and jigs around bridges and brush structure. Report submitted by Lark Wilson, game warden stationed in Muskogee County.
Reported by Oklahoma Wildlife Department of Conservation
Whether you are a beginner or experienced angler, you need a good reel for crappie fishing. The spincast reel is a great choice for the beginning angler. The Zebco company has a line of spincast reels that are budget friendly and easy to use.
Although spincast reels are the easiest to use, most experienced anglers prefer spinning or baitcasting reels. The Daiwa company offers quality reels that will please any angler’s heart. Learning to use these reels however, takes a little extra practice. Fishing for crappie can be enjoyable experience if the angler has choosen the right reel. Happy Crappie Fishing!
Buzzbait is the best topwater lure around because of all its advantages. This lure can be used with a baitcaster, spincaster, or spinning reel. Buzzbait can be used in windy or calm conditions and comes in a variety of colors and sizes.
Buzzbait is a lure that can even be used by the beginning fisherman. This lure is easy to use and can be used around docks, open water and bank fishing. Once the lure has been cast out, reel it in, as sson as it hits the water. This lure makes a noise on the surface of the water which in turn attracts bass, muski, crappie and even blue gill.
This is the reel for the night time catfish fisherman. The Zebco 33 Bite Alert has a sight and sound strike indicator. This Bite Alert technology lights up (LED flasher) and a bell goes off when the fish takes the bait.
The reel is an affordable reel for someone just getting into fishing for catfish. This reel is sturdy and very easy to cast. This reel also works great for catching perch and large mouth bass.