Introducing the Battle Rod.
- Synthetic Cork handle material.
- Our shortest handle, 2-1/2" grip.
- Emmrod patented 1/4 turn locking system.
- New TPE butt cap with lanyard ring.
- Impact resistant nose.
- Accepts all Emmrod stainless steel rod ends.
- Breaks down to just 9".
- Excellent for open faced spin reels.
- Pack weight of just over 7 oz including rod end.
- Built in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho USA
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Perfect rod for the boat and kids to through in a backpack and bike down to the river. Easy to put in a side compartment and store on the boat for when kids get the urge to fish a bit. Seems heavy duty and well made.
Absolutely wonderful pole. Paired it with a mini zebco spincast reel and it’s amazing for ice fishing. My husband and I can’t wait to try them kayaking this summer!
Perfect for backpacking
I do a lot of camping on my bike and this packs up small enough to fit anywhere on any bike. Not to mention the trout fest we just had with it. Aside from wrapping the coil here and there it’s one of the best rods I’ve ever fished with. Makes getting through brush and casting between trees where a normal rod wouldn’t suffice.
I originally bought this rod just to take to Alaska. I liked it so much I ended up taking it offshore and doing some grouper fishing with it in Florida where I live. Now it’s my go to rod .
Indestructible backpack rod. Pairs well with 1000 to 2500 size reels - I am using the 8 coil for small to medium freshwater. Best second rod when backpacking or kayaking and good for special ops fishing.
This rod is awesome. Greta for getting into small place and catching the big ones. First cast resulted in a 8lbs. large mouth bass. Works really real in the golf bag for a quick cast in the ponds.
I believe every tool has a purpose, and in its category the Battle Rod is the best: This is a rod for people looking for a exceedingly compact, indestructible fishing rod. This rod has one draw back, it takes a very specific casting motion that requires an amount of practice. Also, its casting distances are disproportionately affected by the weight of the lure or rig. This means that it is much harder to cast a light weight setup than it would be on a normal rod. You really need weight to get a good cast, and this is the only reason I begrudgingly gave it four stars. That being said, if you're top priority is durability and compactness, and don't mind sacrificing a little bit of casting distance, this is your rod!
A gift to my grandson, and the perfect response.