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The perceived high cost of bass fishing often intimidates novice anglers. We watch the pros on television and we think that, in order to catch a bass, we need every piece of equipment they have.
For such a low price, I was expecting to unpackage a large and rather clunky low-profile baitcaster. But at 7. It has a one-piece graphite frame and sideplates, which feels very solid and has almost zero flex or wiggle room.
The grips of the Black Max are very comfortable and provide excellent grip, even with slime-covered hands. These grips are almost identical to those on my more expensive REVO SX Generation 3, which I thought was pretty impressive that Abu Garcia could incorporate some more expensive design features into such an affordable reel.
It operates just as good as the day I got it. The Black Max is an awesome option for someone learning to cast a baitcaster. Some consumers may be disappointed that the Black Max only comes in a 6. I tighten my drag down all the way, all the time, and I simply press the thumb bar to counter any strong, boat-side surges and the Black Max has done the rest of the work. I recommend it. Tackle Reviews. Hard Baits. Soft Baits.
Abu Garcia Black Max Fishing Reel