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Berkley Big Game Spinning is rated
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Rated 4 out of
great rodsRod works great - hauls in the big ones with ease-would buy anyone
Date published: 2018-12-04
Rated 5 out of
Rick E from
First off, I dont get to fish salt water so I cant tell you how these rods do but, as far as the fish waters of central Oklahoma you cant find a better rod.
Date published: 2020-02-23
Rated 5 out of
Great rod for the priceUse one like it at Myrtle Beach pier fishing every year with no problems. Bought this one as a gift.
Date published: 2019-01-18
Rated 5 out of
Looks goodJust got them looking forward to the spring. Berkeley always delivers
Date published: 2019-02-15
Rated 5 out of
Berkley BIG GAME Power Series! My 1st Fishing RodThe Berkley BIG GAME Power Series was my own very 1st fishing pole waay back when I was about 10-12 years old (born in 1991) and I remember my very 1st “Big Fish” I caught with it... I was at Lake Calhoun (now renamed Bde Mak Sa) in Minneapolis, Minnesota and my Dad dropped me and my older brother Raphael off at one of the docks on the lake so we could fish. My brother was catching small pan fish (bluegill, crappie) LEFT 2 RIGHT! Me on the other hand, I was fishing for “The Big Fish.” And I took with me that day a New fishing lure I got because I REALLY liked it because it was so bright and it was the perfect spoon lure for me to use (I loved to throw spoon lures during my younger years because of how easy they were to use and fish would hit em) it was a bright vibrant lime green
3 1/2 to 4 inch spoon lure with black spots on the lime green side with a shiny silver back. I WAS LITERALLY CASTING AND RETRIEVING THIS LURE OUT FAR AND BACK FOR 2 HOURS STRAIGHT! My arms were getting exhausted, I was exhausted... I needed a break. I climbed down from standing up on the corner of the dock for so long walked around and got back up on the same corner of the dock sitting on the edge just dropping my lime green spoon lure to the bottom of the lake (over 25 feet deep I think) on the drop off and just letting it hit the bottom and then reeling it up out of boredom and loss confidence and loss of belief that there were any big fish in these waters (LOL!) I reeled up my lime green lure and my pole flexed hard! I pulled a little and reeled up and caught long strands of seaweed. Dropped the line. Hit bottom. Reeled up seaweed. Dropped the line. Hit bottom. Reeled up... my pole flexes again. “Probably more seaweed” I said to myself. So I reel up and my pole starts twitching back “Do I?” “-Do I have a fish?” I lean over the edge of the dock and I stare deep down into the dark water and I see a silver side flipping wildly around down from the deep dark water. I yell to my brother “RAFFI! I GOT A FISH! I GOT ONE!” He comes running over from the other end of the dock and we together pull out a 36 inch Tiger Muskie! My “biggest fish ever!” LOL! That Muskie’s color tiger pattern was so silver shiny and beautiful looking we strung it up to the dock and we waited to be picked up from my brothers mom (we aren’t related by blood but we grew up together so that’s my brother) and I called my Dad so I could show him my catch and make him proud. He arrives after 30 to 45 minutes he was working on one of his rental properties. “Well, that’s a nice fish ya caught there son.” (Pops is used to catching 40, 42, 43 inch Muskie) I was just hoping I could impress him and fish like him when I got older and I thought this was a good start! We took our photos of us and my “big fish” I caught, people were gathering looking, staring at me this young boy and getting a close look at this 36 inch Tiger Muskie I caught as I am holding it for more photos (which my Dad still has to this day) the rain slowly started drizzling on that cloudy overcast day so we released it. Funny thing another guy and his little boy came after we released that Muskie (that Muskie was drained of energy but still swam off and lived) and they didn’t know we just released it and he was telling his son “Look! There’s a fish try to catch it.” That was funny. The kid was like 3. That was a memory I will never forget. All done on a Berkley BIG GAME Power Series. Thank You Berkley for helping with that unforgettable experience and that unforgettable memory!
P.S. When we moved years ago that rod was lost. Over a Decade later I re-purchased a Berkley BIG GAME Power Series from Wal-Mart (about $25.00) just because of that experience years ago from my 1st “BIG” fishing pole. I fish with it, and the Memory Lives On!