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BPS Pro Qualifier

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MSRP ($):
99.99
The Bass Pro Shops® Pro Qualifier® Baitcast Reel has become a fixture in Bassmaster Elite pro Edwin Evers' boat. Overall, we'd have to say that he's done pretty well with his Pro Qualifier baitcasters, and no wonder. We build the Pro Qualifier to fit the way tournament anglers fish. Whether you're fishing a weekend buddy bash or the Bassmaster Classic®, this reel will put you at the top of your game. From its one-piece machined-aluminum frame and double-anodized, machined-aluminum drilled spool, to its Recurve handle and drag star, the design is sleek, light and functional. And every feature is geared for performance, including the quality 7-bearing system with Powerlock™ instant anti-reverse; our Dual Braking System™ with click-adjustable magnetic and 6-pin centrifugal cast control systems working in concert; a hard titanium-coated line guide. A pin-release side plate for quick brake adjustments on the fly. Soft touch thumb bar. Built-in lube port. Yep—you're gonna love this reel!
Built to put you at the top of your game
One-piece machined-aluminum frame
Double-anodized, machined-aluminum drilled spool
7-bearing system with Powerlock instant anti-reverse
Dual Braking System
Pin-release side plate for quick brake adjustments
Built-in lube port
"It never ceases to amaze me...almost everyone who fishes in my boat comes away in awe of my Pro Qualifier baitcasters. They thought they were fishing with $300 reels!"
Edwin Evers
15-Time Bassmaster Classic® Qualifier
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Durability
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Overall rating 
 
5.0
Craftsmanship 
 
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Durability 
 
5.0
Versatility 
 
5.0
Value 
 
5.0

Great Value and good Warranty

This reel was the first baitcast reel I bought and learned to use. I had tried others at lower prices with no success. Nothing more frustrating than a backlash. This reel can really be dialed in and is durable. I think it's a good value. I know a 100 dollars for a reel can be a big step for most fisherman on a budget bUT I haven't found a reel at a lower price and I have tried many. It is quite heavy but it is durable.

User Info

Waters Fished:
  • Large Rivers
  • Small Creeks
  • Large Lakes
  • Small Ponds
Used:
30+ times

Pros & Cons

Pros:
Value, Durability
Cons:
Weight

Equipment Model

Model:
PQX10HD
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