Packrod® Spin

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Packrod® Spin

Introducing the Pack-Rod Spin.

  • TPE Hybrid anti-slip handle material.
  • Spin reel seat.
  • Mid-length handle.
  • Emmrod patented 1/4 turn locking system.
  • Assembled in America.
  • New TPE butt cap with lanyard ring.
  • Impact resistant nose.
  • Accepts all Emmrod stainless steel rod ends.
  • Breaks down to just 14".
  • Excellent for open faced spin reels.
  • Pack weight of just over 8 oz including rod end.


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  • 5
    Amazingly functional and solid pole for backpacking!

    Posted by Cubensis on 6th Aug 2014

    I bought this pole to use for my backcountry visits to Alaska. It worked perfectly. I was nothing short of amazed in the build quality. My only regret is not going with a heavier coiled rod, but I didnt expect to be nailing 20 pound salmon at the time! Highly recommended!

  • 5
    High Quality!

    Posted by Michael Hayes on 23rd Jul 2014

    I am trying to replace all of my rods with Emmrods.

  • 5
    Dad won't come home

    Posted by troy sylvia on 2nd Jul 2014

    Got this for my dad. He went up north 1 week ago and is loving it. The 1-3 lb. trout he is catching are a breeze with the sensitivity of the pole. He calls home nightly an lets me know how much he loves that pole.

  • 5

    Posted by Rob on 1st Jun 2014

    Its probably the best portable Rod made.It casts well just kinda has a cool factor. The sensitivity lacks a little ,but it is a 2' rod.

  • 4
    Just getting to use it!

    Posted by Bill Reed on 7th Apr 2014

    I ordered this in November last year, and hadn't had the opportunity to use it until this weekend, due to ice. I really enjoy how compact this rod is. I'm still on a learning curve with the casting, and am only getting 40' casts right now. But, this comes down to practice. I've yet to catch anything on it yet, but the comfort and convenience of the rod is definitely in its favor. This is great as I can pack this with my dayhiking gear, a small tackle box, and fish in streams, ponds, etc-all without lugging everything else around. I look forward to many, many hours spent using this rod!

  • 5
    50 crappie in an afternoon!

    Posted by Unknown on 6th Apr 2014

    I have fished with Emmrods for a few years now and have tried several different models. I recently purchased a packrod with the topwater pole. This afternoon I caught 50 crappie on this rod! These are tremendous dock rods and I highly recommend this outfit to anyone who crappie fishes. I had this teamed up with a Penn Fierce spinning reel, this is a dynamite outfit.

  • 4
    Good quality. Can't wait to fish them

    Posted by Gary Kimball on 29th Mar 2014

    I bought two of these this week (shipped quickly, by the way--I got them on Friday after ordering on Monday). While I haven't been out to fish yet, I have messed with them at home and put on new line (I hate the fact that reel companies tell you what kind of line you want). Anyway, I'm very pleased overall. The spring in my handles was very, very stiff the first few times I put rod ends in. Other than that, I can't really find anything to complain about. I dropped it a star due to cost. I think these product are overpriced by about 25% in my view. I spent over $500 on my total order (rods, reels, various ends); at the end of the day I feel like I overpaid significantly for what I got. Still, a fairly happy customer.

  • 4
    Works,but expensive!

    Posted by Unknown on 19th Feb 2014

    Works as advertised! I have caught many trout with it since it arrived. Very light weight, easy to pack into a ruck. However, for what it is, the rod is very expensive. Especially when you still have to purchase a reel for it. Main concern is that I don't know how durable the plastic handle is; and if it's going to stand up to DEET based products this summer? Time will tell.

    Emmrod says:

    The grips on the Pack-rod are made from TPE.

    TPEs are a family of rubber like materials that combine the characteristics of rubber with the recyclability and processing advantages of plastics.

    TPEs are used in a variety of applications in the automotive, medical, construction, electrical, appliance, packaging and industrial markets

    DEET will not harm TPE

  • 5

    Posted by Unknown on 4th Sep 2013

    I love this pack pole. It fits perfectly in my saddle bag. Thanks Emmrod!