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Eagle Claw®'s Pack-It™ Spin/Fly Rod is a versatile four-piece rod with the stamina to take on the toughest back-country waters. This medium-action rod sports a reversible handle with an anodized aluminum reel seat that’ll hold a 7-weight fly reel or a moderately sized spinning reel. Its fiberglass construction is both durable and responsive, and the four pieces fit together via the rod’s integral taper-fit ferrules.
Good rod so far
Just got this rod and have only been able to use it once, but so far it is great. Small and lightweight so great for backpacking. Good feel, and breaks down / puts together easily. Just wish it came with some clips to hold it broken down so I don't have to use wire ties.
August 16, 2012
Nice, if you are careful
I got this for backpacking. It is a great size and very light weight. Fit nicely on the side of my 60L pack. I used it for spin casting for a few hours and here are my observations:
The pole is light duty and fairly sensitive. Construction is pretty good but I had some problems. Repeated casting caused the top section of the pole to losen up. Once it went flying into the lake, but fortunately, I was able to reel it in with the lure and line. After I really jammed it in there good, as tight as I could, it seemed to stay put. A more troubling problem was the pole started separating at the handle, where it was not supposed to. I had to hold onto it when I casted so it wouldn't come out of the handle. I used some glue on it when I got home and I think it is good to go. Aside from the strange construction/quality issues, it is a good backpacking pole.
July 23, 2012
Very good cast real good I would buy two more if and when I need them
May 17, 2012
I had this rod given to me as a birthday gift when I was 14, I'm just turned 40 and can say it was one of the best rod's I have owned over the years. Last year I finally lost the tip and had to retire it. The length of the rod made it great for stream fishing, and being that it broke down into several piece I could even take it with me on my motorcycle.
May 14, 2012
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