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32-Piece Play22 Children's Fishing Pole Kit EXPIRED

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Amazon has 32-Piece Play22 Children's Fishing Pole Kit on sale for $13.99. Shipping is free with Prime or on orders of $25 or more. Thanks gabe23111

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  • 65" Fishing Pole (Folds to 14")
  • Spincast Reel Combos
  • Tackle Box Stocked with Gear
  • Minnow Net
  • Carry Case
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I had one of these thumb ones as a kid. My grandpa just put a couple of weights on the line with no hook for a while.
Then he took the needle nose and clipped the barb off a hook and I used that for a while.

Thanks to that, it wasn't until years later as a scout I had to learn how to get a barbed hook out of a person...
see, where as my parents/grandparents did not take that precaution, and therefore i learned when i was very little. treble hooks were the best! still have all my eyes and fingers and toes though!
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If you really want a kids rod, I've seen plenty and can actually recommend this one. I bought 2, and leave the plastic bait on one for her to practice casting.

(3 year old sits in the boat on the lawn and casts over & over )LMAO

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Size 6 hooks and an aquarium net. Anything big enough to fit the hook in it's mouth, cannot possibly fit into the net. Anything small enough to fit into the net, cannot possibly fit the hooks into it's mouth. If you want to prank your kid, you'll get him good! Otherwise, stay away from this rig. It's only "slick" for whoever gets to make money off the amazon affiliate link.
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Super slick deal! My kids are gonna hate fishing after just one cast.
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Rod looks to be in the correct orientation for a right handed person
Yup, this looks to be one of them covered spinning reels. Probably has the funny reverse anit-reverse too.
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As others have said, I bypassed the kiddie rods/reels and bought the *reel* thing for my boys when they each were about 5. They were short 5'6" rods with some Cabela's Fish Eagle spinning reels. After a few tries, I swear my boys were casting more accurately than me...not as far, but they could hit their open patch between lily pads in no time!

If they get these cheapo sets and get frustrated with the poor performance of casting or reeling, that could turn them off to fishing altogether way too early in life. Get some halfway decent stuff, so in case they don't like it, you at least have a Light or Ultra Light setup for yourself later. Smilie

Now my boys are 7 and 11 and for Christmas I got them both 6' Shakespeare Ugly Stik GX2 rods/reel combo. The reel isn't great, but the rod is hard to beat from Dick's Sporting Goods for $30 (near Black Friday deal).
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Two words, Dock Demon.
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Fwiw, the ~6' Zebco Slingshot Rod & Reel combos are $10 at walmart if you can find them in your store

Zebco Slingshot Spinning Fishing Rod and Reel Combo (open reel)

http://www.walmart.com/ip/Zebco-S.../575564471

Zebco Slingshot Spincast Combo, 2.8:1 Gear Ratio, 5'6" Length, 6-10 lb Line Rate,, RH (closed reel)

http://www.walmart.com/ip/Zebco-S.../857472206

There's multiple upcs for both options
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Dunno why everyone wants to start with a bait caster. If you want your kids to actually like fishing, you have to let them catch something. Easiest way is in small lakes with a pole. These jigs suck, its just a space taker. You may get a lucky bite here and there, but for the most part, its just junk. Dunno about the poles, but I have a few that I collected that people have thrown away, and they are also junk.
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I forced my kids to learn how to use open faced reels. it really doesn't take long. Just grab some weights for practice casting and after a few random moonshots into the tree even a 5 y/o got the hang of it quickly. Closed reels end up a completely mess way too often.
Open faced reels lol
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