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Zebco 11 Micro Fishing Fishing Reel

by Zebco

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  • Right or Left hand retrieve
  • All metal gears
  • Dual ceramic pickup pins
  • Auto Bait Alert
  • Stainless steel covers
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Product Description

Zebco Micro. Little Reel. Little money. Big fun! A great price on some nice features: Smooth ball-bearing drive; Selective anti-reverse; Extra-hard magnum gears for long life; Right-hand / left-hand retrieve; Prespooled with 4-lb. test line; 60 / 4 Line capacity and 4.1:1 ratio. 11MTSCP model has triggerspin line release and cut-proof ceramic pick-up pin

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 3.5 x 3 x 2.5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 5.6 ounces
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
  • International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
  • Origin: China
  • ASIN: B002I33JUA
  • Item model number: 11MA
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (57 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #101,816 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

Soon the thumb button will start coming out of the clips.
brc1981
I've fished all my life and have used other Zebco reels so it's not the user.
Roland Wilkinson
The reel was everything i hoped it would be and it works great.
Tim Lorfing

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

31 of 32 people found the following review helpful By solocanoe on December 30, 2010
I'm going thru a bit of "180" now that I'm in my 40's.

I love my expensive fly rods, reels, and fancy tackle...but I take my TenkaraUSA rod and usually ony 2 flys and can fish all day - usually outfish my previous days or others with me. This set up is just a line and rod - no reel - really simple.

I also love all my expensive baitcasters - I have one that went almost $200...and all the latest and greatest rods...but it's really just a game of chasing gear trends that I may not play much going forward.

WHY?...a few years ago, it came time to take a nephew fishing. A bit of a troubled teen, I had to keep this simple and effective to stir his interest. I went to walmart and got a couple of these little "11" reels and 2 little ultra-lite rods. (Paid more than here on Amazon) The day came, and we drove to a little creek, and walked up the path...and since it was summer we wet waded about a mile or two of the creek with these little rods and just a few small micro jigs and 00 size Mepps spinners. He had never cast a reel before, but there's a reason we all start with push buttons - they are easy to master.

I chose this kind of fishing to keep him interested - I didn't think staring at a bobber would last long with him...actually, I have no idea on the bobber thing...but he loved moving, walking, casting, and reeling...and catching!...all the fish we did that day. I think he got 17 or so small creek bass and bluegill... He was "hooked" on fishing from then on. He's now prowling around small creeks on his own with this set up...and generally pulled "his head out" a bit in life...it's true what they say, kids that hunt and fish don't have a lot of problems!

Funny thing is...I too became hooked on how great these little reels performed!
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By ZootSuitWolf on June 1, 2012
After recieving my "11" that I paired up with a telescoping Shakespeare travel pole, both cost me short of $30 together. I just thought I would bring this combo along as a cheap, non serious, set up for my co-hikers to use while I use my break down Diawa combo. After all, it looked and cost cheap. I have to admit that this darn thing is quite adictive. "I now have a compact rod and reel set-up that can do multiple tasks from small creeks, to rivers, to small ponds, to big lakes. Casting is so maneuverable in tight crowded placed. Features I love about this reel are:

- Light weight
- Can make it right or left handed
- There is a hook keeper hole near the base of the reel.
- Works well with my 4'6 Shakespeare telescopic pole for traveling.

Negatives:

- Funky "RED" 4lbs mono that comes with it!!! BYOL!!!...Bring Your Own Line!!!

I now use it as a tag-along combo (zebco reel / Shakespeare telecoping pole) when I do some serious fishing so that I can pull out and work some light Panther Maritin swim baits to catch some moderate size hogs hiding near hard to cast places my other set-ups would have problems with. One cool thing I realized about this reel, with the pole I put it on, is that you can do so acrobatic style casting in tight places. I never took spincast reels seriously, but this one is pretty good, especailly for back packing.

Think about it this way... Many times you go out hiking and find a body of water, the majority of the time they will be small bodies of water with smaller fish. It is better to bring a rod and reel that is too small than one that is too big in many of these cases.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By jdm77 on June 10, 2012
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I bought this to replace a cheap plastic reel that came with a 30" Dock Demon rod that I bought for my 3 year old son. That reel did not have a very smooth release and I could tell that it wouldn't hold up. The 11 is better than I had expected! Very smooth and easy release. Great reel for a fair price.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By mbrennan on December 5, 2011
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I bought two of these and both were non-functional, out of the box.

On the first one, the included line was tangled around inside the mechanism. I had to take it apart and unravel about 6 feet of line that was all caught up in the case. It's hard to explain, but it was basically wedged between the outer casing and the internal components, not just in the spool itself.

On the second one, the casting button was completely unseated on one side. The button has two small pegs which pivot inside of holes in the steel case. I had to take the bottom of the case off, bend the steel tabs that hold the pegs in place, reseat the button and bend the tabs back.

Both work great now and all the components seem pretty good, but this company has some serious quality control issues with assembly. It is pretty ridiculous that 2 out of 2 that I ordered were DOA, still sealed in the undamaged factory box. Luckily, I knew how to fix them, but most people who aren't mechanically inclined or perhaps know very little about reels would have had to return both of them. That is really unacceptable.

Still, they are great little reels now and they would be 5 star if not for the time I had to spend on fixing them. If you have some tools and are confident about taking things apart, I wouldn't hesitate to buy one. If not, well, you might be rolling the dice.
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