There are some amazing budget combos this year! 3 brands have really stepped up and created amazing options for anglers looking to spend $50 on a rod or reel. We applaud these brands for making affordable gear for both entry level bass fisherman and anglers on a budget. If you’re looking for the best “bang for the buck” in budget bass fishing, look no further than today’s buyer’s guide.
The past year has shown a real swing in the market. More and more brands are recognizing the influx of junior high through college anglers and are building equipment geared toward them. 3 of these brands really stand out with excellent gear for the price. In today’s video we did not pair up each combo. Instead, we focused on 3 casting rods, 2 spinning rods, 2 spinning reels, and 1 casting reel.
As more companies come on board with high quality gear at an entry level price our selections will grow but for 2019, these are the items that are worth investing in. Below you will find links to all of the gear. The links go direct to Tackle Warehouse where you can find detailed descriptions of each item. Additionally, we included some of our favorite models from each line of rods.
-13 Fishing Defy Black: http://bit.ly/2Ak3F3M
Favorite Models- 7’1″ Medium, 7’3″ Medium heavy
-Daiwa Aird-X: http://bit.ly/2Z2JfYG
Favorite Models- 7′ Medium Heavy, 7′ Heavy
-Shimano Sellus: http://bit.ly/2XNYB3h
Favorite Models- 7′ Medium, 7’2″ Medium Heavy, 7’6″ Heavy
-Daiwa CC80: http://bit.ly/34ltqP9
-Shimano Sellus: http://bit.ly/2ro5vQu
Favorite Models: 7’1″ Medium, 7’1″ Medium Heavy
-Daiwa Aird-X: http://bit.ly/2P7Z3Vu
Favorite Models: 7′ Medium, 7′ Medium Heavy
-Daiwa Revros LT 2000: http://bit.ly/34nCGCj
-Shimano Sedona FL 2500: http://bit.ly/2wgh50Z
Favorite Braided Line…
Budget- Power Pro 15 lb: http://bit.ly/2aFg46b
Mid-Range- Power Pro Maxcuatro 20 lb: http://bit.ly/2clBRiQ