Browning® Fishing Safari Travel Rods - Trigger
As long as anyone can remember, Browning has led the way to great days in the field. From the world's finest hunting firearms and accessories to a superior line of fishing rods and reels, the spirit of innovation brings fresh opportunities for all sportsmen to get out and enjoy the Great Outdoors. Both Browning and Bass Pro Shops are committed to ensuring quality experiences for all outdoorsmen, with well-designed, well-made products that perform under the toughest field conditions. For the sportsman who refuses to go anywhere without a quality fishing rod (or three) in tow, we offer these lightweight 3- and 4-piece travel rods in a full range of actions. No matter where in the world you're headed, this series will cover your needs nicely. All models feature sturdy, responsive 36 million psi graphite matrix blanks, aluminum oxide guides, lightweight graphite reel seats with stainless steel cushioned hoods and premium cork handles. All styles include a protective rod sock and an embroidered PVC hard travel tube.
Rated 5 out of 5 by 11 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Calou Very good rod I've get one, 10-20 L few months ago for traveling reason. I use it for Dorados in Argentina and pikes in Sueden. Very good rod, very solid. I get a second one 12-25 L for fishing pikes with heavy bait. I recommand both. September 7, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by fshnnfl Nice rod I used this rod while on vacation in Florida. It was easy to travel with . I caught fish off the beach while my wife sat in her beach chair. I also bought another one for a friend to keep in his truck , just in case . September 14, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by jwomac6 Great Rod Rod has worked great. The three pieces allow for easy travel, but the rod fishes like a one piece. I have used it twice on saltwater trips and it handled speckled trout and redfish very well. December 28, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by cypresstrout Browning Travel Rod Purchased and took on recent Alaska salmon trip. Rod assembles easily, casts and trolls well and has plenty of backbone to fight fish up to about 15 lbs in river current. August 16, 2010
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