Complete 5/6 Starter Package for Panfish and Bass with Pultz Poppers

We have taken our Complete 5/6 Starter Package and are offereing a Popper Fly Selection that is perfect for Panfish and Bass.  Just like in our Complete 5/6 Package, you will get a fantastic 4 piece fly rod, a powerful center disc drag die cast aluminum large arbor reel preloaded with backing, a weight forward (5 weight) floating fly line and a 9' 5X tapered leader, a rod sock, a rod case, a fly box with 4 ASSORTED POPPERS* and a spare leader. The rod is for 5 or 6 weight line and is great for panfish to small bass. It will fish well at the local pond or on a trophy trout stream. This rod is designed by Wild Water to be very forgiving for the beginning fly caster yet sophisticated enough for an experienced angler to appreciate. At this price you can even keep one around as a backup or just to play with any time you feel like casting a fly. *Assorted Poppers--the package will come with 4 different styles of poppers.  The poppers included will be a Rollie Pollie, a Little Fatty, a Slider and a BoGo Bug.  Colors and styles might vary from those pictured.

Technical Specs

Model: AX56-090-4 Rod: 9', 4 Piece Rod;  Rod Action: Slow; Case Length: 31"; Reel: 5/6 Die Cast Aluminum; Backing: 100 yards, 20#; Line: WF-5F; Leader: 9' 5X Tapered Monofilament (one leader loaded on reel and one spare leader); Fly Box: Wild Water's Small Fly Box; Flies: 4 Poppers; Rod Case: Wild Water' 9' Case to hold rod, reel and fly box

Extended Information

Changing the Reel Retrieve Direction: All Wild Water starter package reels come preinstalled for left-handed retrieve. To change the reel retrieve from left hand to right hand, you need to first release the spool from the frame. Set the frame aside. On the inside of the spool, you will see a metal hexagonal clip that is held in place by small tabs and this clip is holding the bearing housing in place. Take a small screw driver and pry one of the ends of the clip out from under the tabs. Make sure you hold your finger over the clip so that it does not go flying out of the spool. Once you remove the clip, you need to flip the spool over and the bearing housing will come out. Flip the bearing house over and reinstall it. Replace the hexagonal clip to secure the bearing housing. At this point the reel retrieve direction in change, but you will need to strip off the the backing and line and reinstall it in the opposite direction--turn the drag knob all the way to the right to tighten it and you will only be able to freely turn the spool in one direction--that is the direction the line should go on the spool.

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