ProFISHiency Sniper Spincast Reel
The Fastest Spincast Reel in the World
A marriage of spincast and baitcast – a hookup gone right
Springfield, Mo. (July 21, 2021) — ProFISHiency®, part of the Anything Possible Brands™ line of rods, reels and combos, captured the best features of a spincast reel and merged them with favorite features of a baitcast reel. The result is the Sniper™ spincast reel with three patents pending. This is a high-action spincast reel where fast just got faster.
The high speed 6.5:1 gear ratio produces a speedy return of 31 inches per turn of the handle. This enables the angler to work any bait at any speed, depending on how the fish are reacting. And retrieving a lure back to the boat to make another cast is fast. The Sniper is also extremely smooth on the cranking with 12+1 steel bearings and a smooth, dependable carbon washer drag system with 10 pounds of maximum drag.
At 9.9 ounces, the Sniper is built to be durable and lightweight. It features a heavy-duty double-anodized aluminum cone and aluminum star drag. Gears are all metal for lasting performance. The final dressing is the cranking handle complete with comfortable dual EVA knobs. The zero play anti-reverse keeps the angler in charge of the reel at all times.
The Sniper is available in three colors: white, black and silver. Each reel is pre-spooled with 85 yards of premium 10-pound test monofilament fishing line. MSRP is $99.99.
The Sniper is also available in an attractive combo package in white, black and gold and black and gold color options. The 2-piece 7-foot, 2-inch rods are built around medium IM6 graphite blanks. These rods with soft padded grips on the handle pair nicely with the Sniper spincast reels.. MSRP is $139.99.
The Sniper spincast reel is unlike any other reel in looks and performance. Sniper reels and combos are premium products built for years of fishing fun.
ProFISHiency products are manufactured by Anything Possible Brands located in Springfield, Missouri, and available at favorite tackle outlets nationwide.
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