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    So I was at my local Walmart walking through the aisles. I glanced up at the fishing rods suddenly noticing a fluoro orange fishing combo staring back at me. First thought that came to mind, what a piece of crap!
    For some reason I actually took this rod in hand to take a closer look.
    Lew's it said. XFINITY Speed Stick. Hmm I don't have any recollection of Lew's making junk. Let's look closer, a 6'6" medium fast rod, zero reverse 8 bearing reel with a knurled braid ready spool.
    I gave it a spin. Yep its zero reverse alright.
    The 6.2:1 reel is smooth. I immediately thought to myself, I want one! You know like I need any more fishing rods. But no one tool is right for every job so for $59.88 I took this one home.
    I'm thinking I will be using this rod for verticle jigging and night stalking, so when it got dark I held this thing up in front of a black light. Whoa! Just as I suspected. Where's my camera? If you have an application for a rod like this and frequent a Walmart, I'd suggest checking this one out. You may find it to be Pantastic A look at the Lew's XFINITY Speed Stick Combo

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    Last edited by Pantastic; 08-18-2019 at 10:52 AM.
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    Looks great, enjoy!

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    I hope that you catch a boatload of big‘ns. Grin

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    Say I like the way you think Drumking!
    I think I may have to come down to your lake Chickamuga one night and see what I can do.
    I haven't been down that way in a few years now. I guess you have left one or two in there for me haven't you?
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    [QUOTE=Pantastic;3879441]Say I like the way you think Drumking!
    I think I may have to come down to your lake Chickamuga one night and see what I can do.
    I haven't been down that way in a few years now. I guess you have left one or two in there for me haven't you?[/QUOTE
    Come on down, Gene. We have some nice fish that are going to be fattening up for winter. Grin.

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    Come on down Gene. I left several for you. They are getting fat for winter.

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    Wife and I each have one and we love em. Have fun using it and may you fill the cooler!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pantastic View Post
    So I was at my local Walmart walking through the aisles. I glanced up at the fishing rods suddenly noticing a fluoro orange fishing combo staring back at me. First thought that came to mind, what a piece of crap!
    For some reason I actually took this rod in hand to take a closer look.
    Lew's it said. XFINITY Speed Stick. Hmm I don't have any recollection of Lew's making junk. Let's look closer, a 6'6" medium fast rod, zero reverse 8 bearing reel with a knurled braid ready spool.
    I gave it a spin. Yep its zero reverse alright.
    The 6.2:1 reel is smooth. I immediately thought to myself, I want one! You know like I need any more fishing rods. But no one tool is right for every job so for $59.88 I took this one home.
    I'm thinking I will be using this rod for verticle jigging and night stalking, so when it got dark I held this thing up in front of a black light. Whoa! Just as I suspected. Where's my camera? If you have an application for a rod like this and frequent a Walmart, I'd suggest checking this one out. You may find it to be Pantastic A look at the Lew's XFINITY Speed Stick Combo

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    Sent from my SM-G930P using Crappie.com Fishing mobile app

    I purchased on of them also at the Wal Mart. I like using mine . Plus I like the color


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