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Browning Fishing Safari Travel Spinning Rod
Browning Fishing Safari 3- and 4-Piece Spinning Rods are perfect for taking on backpacking trips or along on hunting trips, or to be used as your main fishing rod when traveling to far away exotic locations; they can be included with your carry-on luggage to avoid high baggage fees. Safari Travel Rods are constructed with HTSC20 (High Tensile Strength Carbon) rod blanks to minimize weight and enhance sensitivity, yet are incredibly tough so you can count on them when you reach your destination. Fuji® guides with aluminum oxide inserts reduce friction for longer line life, and greater casting distance. Full cork grips provide an excellent hold on these fishing rods, and Fuji graphite reel seats hold reel securely, while enhancing sensitivity. Browning Travel Rods include a protective rod sock and a durable embroidered travel tube. For the fisherman who travels to far away places, Browning Safari Travel Spinning Rods are one of life's necessities.
Perfect for backpacking or carry-on luggage
HTSC20 High Tensile Strength Carbon blank
Fuji aluminum oxide guides
Fuji graphite reel seats
Includes protective rod sock and hard travel tube
Web ID: 1407030701442
Rated 5 out of
Solid performerBaught the heavy, bait casting model as a backup to my spinning rod and fly rods for a peacock bass trip to eastern Colombia in Feb., 2019. Ended up using it more than the spinning rod and ly rods combined. Landed numerous fish weighing in the teens and the rod never quit on me, Very highly recommended rod for the price. It only broke when I fell in the boat and smashed it and another rod. I’ll get a couple more, at only $50 each they are a bargain!
Date published: 2019-03-05
Rated 1 out of
Not the same qualityBought 2 Browning Safari medium action Rods 20 years ago and had no problems. One of the eyes broke on one rod a few weeks ago, (still using the other), so just bought a new medium action 7' and the rod broke in 3 pieces the second time I used it pulling in a freshwater fish.
Date published: 2017-11-12
Rated 5 out of
The rod never backed downI took this rod to Fl mainly for snook.. IT caught plenty of snook we got very lucky, but we also got into some Bull reds this thing caught several 25lbs + red fish the bend and backbone was perfect as the reel was giving drag...it was my go to rod for the trip..I did have the med heavy rod..Thanks Browning!
Date published: 2016-07-29
Rated 1 out of
Do not buy the 7'-6" ML rodI purchased this Rod yesterday at 3:50pm. It snapped in two before I had made 20 casts. Fortunately, I was still near Bass Pro and they let me swap it for the same model.
This morning I went out fishing with it. In less than an hour, this one had snapped in two also. Neither break was at the ferrule. Both in the middle of the blank. They had no other travel rods in stock so they gave me my money back. Customer service (Garland, Tx) gets 5+ stars. Browning would get zero stars if that was allowed.
This was my first Browning Rod and it will be my last.
Date published: 2016-06-05
Rated 5 out of
VERY NICEFISHING RODS CAME IN A VERY NICE CARING CASE AND GREAT QUALITY. FISHING ROD HAS NICE HANDLE AND BACK BONE FOR CATCHING LARGE FISH. CAN'T WAIT TO USE.
Date published: 2016-03-11
Rated 4 out of
Nice Travel RodWith limited travel space I decided to purchase this rod for a trip to Belize. I was concerned about the loss of action and sensitivity I was going to experience with a three piece rod. Much to my surprise it turned out to be a pretty decent rod. The travel case worked well too.
Date published: 2015-07-01
Rated 3 out of
Bass Pro brand is a better rodI purchased two Browning 3-piece heavy action pack rods and two Bass Pro 3-piece heavy action pack rods for my trips to Brazil and Costa Rica. The Browning rods both broke on snook in Coista Rica. The Bass Pro rods caught peacock after peacock. The Browning rods looked great but just couldn't handle the pressure. Bass Pro replaced the Browning rods without a problem. I took the Browning rods for back-ups in Brazil but didn't need them as the Bass Pro rods stood the test. The Browning rods are probably good for fishing ponds and rivers here in North America but I wouldn't rely on them for peacock bass or other hard core fishing. .
Date published: 2015-06-26
Rated 4 out of
Get the MH actionAwesome rod with a high quality rod sock and tube for when your on the go! I have a rucksack that is set up to be a tackle box, so I can hike to some of the unspoiled fishing spots around where I live, and this rod is attached to it. It's light weight and the Fuji guides never fray your line. The sensitivity is excellent, you can feel anything that bumps your bait. I had a medium action version of this rod and the tip snapped off of it when a largemouth hit my top water lure. I was a little disappointed but I went to Bass Pro and they swapped it out for a medium heavy action rod and I couldn't be happier. MH is really the way to go with this one, you still get all the sensitivity of the medium but more durability. Excellent rod!
Thank you for your order. This breaks down into three 2-feet sections.
Answered by: BPSProductSpecialist9
Date published: 2018-08-09
For the 7' MH rod what size reel would you recommend 2500 or 4000 series reel?
Asked by: Gavin Newscum
A 3000 series would be the minimum recommendation and possibly a 4000 size depending on what you are fishing for and where.
Answered by: Robalo66
Date published: 2018-07-26
Can I rely on this rod?
I'm going to be buying the 6ft version in a few weeks. My plans for this rod are small stream/creek fishing and UK style drop shot fishing. I'll be using between 2 and 6 pound p-line flourocarbon coated copolymer with small hooks and baits. I've read some reviews but I feel like those people have either been too rough on the rods or are used to a Shakespeare two piece rod. Will this rod break on me? Can I rely on this rod for light tackle fishing?
Asked by: RyannLarge
Hi, the Browning Fishing Safari Travel Spinning Rod would be a good option for your specifications. You do have some potential issues with travel or telescopic rods, though. For instance, fail to secure each segment tightly and you’ll find it collapsing on its own or worse, spinning during use, which will cause it to bend unnaturally and break under strain. Some anglers maintain that two and three-piece rods lose some structural reliability where the pieces fit together, but I have yet to have any rods break. Others I have spoken with who’ve done the same and I’ve heard nothing but praise.