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    ProFISHiency Krazy Spinning Combo

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    WAS: $149.99*

      Lew's Mach I Spinning Combo


      WAS: $119.99*

        Ugly Stik Bigwater Spinning Combo

        $69.99 - $79.99

        WAS: $79.99 - $89.99*

          Okuma Avenger Combo


          WAS: $124.99*

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          Zebco ROAM Spinning Combo


          WAS: $44.99*

            Lew's Mach 2 Spinning Combo


            WAS: $159.99*

            Explore Spinning Combos at Public Lands

            For incredible versatility with a side of convenience, spinning combos can’t be beaten. The rod and reel combos at Public Lands are always perfectly matched. Just pick one and head straight to the water!

            About Spinning Rods and Reels

            These rods and reels are great for light lines, lures, and fish. They’re also highly sensitive. Those traits make them ideal for finesse fishing, especially with topwater lures.

            Spinning combos are useful in other situations too. If you choose high power and action levels, you can absolutely use them to catch big fish.

            Compared to baitcasting gear, spinning options are easier to use. They’re a solid choice for beginners.

            Spinning gear doesn’t take first place when it comes to accuracy. However, an angler’s skill can make up for that.

            The Pros of Combos

            The world is full of spinning rods and reels, but not all of them go well together. When choosing a combo, you know that experts carefully matched your gear.

            You’re guaranteed to get components that complement each other in versatile ways. The expert touch makes combos helpful for inexperienced anglers.

            Combos tend to be less pricey than separate rods and reels. Often, they cost less than either a rod or reel on its own.

            Additionally, you don’t have to put combos together yourself. They’re ready to go when you buy them, and some come with pre-wound lines.

            To simplify things even further, consider grabbing a bait and lure kit. Then, pick your favorite tackle storage to keep your new gear organized!