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Eagle Claw Pack-It Spin/Fly Rod


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Line Weight:
2-10 lbs./7 wt

Lure Weight:
1/8 - 1/2 oz.


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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.

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Backpacker's choice Good functional backpacking rod. I have used one for years. Unfortunately lost the tip because I caught a treble hook on a bush, broke the line and the tip sailed off into the reeds. July 8, 2006
Repeat customer I bought my first eagle claw convertible about 20 years ago. Somehow I lost it, so I bought two more. One was stolen, I lost the tip on another, so I just bought two more. As a spinning rod, it is fantastic! The 7'6 length makes a difference. I outcast the people fishing beside me every time. As a fly rod it is surprisingly good. I used to own a higher end graphite fly rod, but I could form a good cast better with the eagle claw than with the graphite rod. I mostly cast lures or troll. For me the convertibility is great because sometimes throwing a fly is what's called for. The portability is just a bonus. May 2, 2012
Great for Light Spin Lures -Excellent for light spin use. -Easily casts light lures long distances with 4# line. May 31, 2010
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
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