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Battle Rod

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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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  • 5
    Great for stowing in backpack/bug-out bag

    Posted by Daniel on 27th Dec 2015

    When backpacking or planning for emergency situations, food will always be at the forefront and fishing is much more viable than hunting.

  • 5

    Posted by Unknown on 24th Aug 2015

    It takes a little getting used to, but is a riot once you get you pitch down. I have found that heavier weight lures work best....the take up is a little too long with live bait, resulting in a higher percentage of swallows/gut hooks. Best fits in my golf bag, so when my partner is taking forever to line up a putt, I can sight cast pond largemouth and catfish!

  • 5
    AWESOME !!!!!

    Posted by Jeanine on 30th Jun 2015

    First time out, I was the only one in my group to catch a fish !!!! I love it and so did everyone else, some were even a little jealous !!!!

  • 5
    Great craftsmanship

    Posted by Ed on 2nd Feb 2015

    Although I haven't fished with this yet I'm really impressed with the quality. I did go out in the yard one day and cast a 1/4 oz jig around and it was great. Can't wait to get out in the boat and kayak when it warms up.

  • 5
    Great pole for canoeing

    Posted by Frank on 12th May 2014

    This is an awesome rod to have in your arsenal. For canoeing, you don't have 6 feet of rod to mess with while trying to paddle about. It has a different cast from a standard rod and reel and takes a little bit of practice. I still haven't figured out the slingshot method, perhaps I'm too nervous about sticking a hook in my hand while trying to do it. Standing shoreside with little kids running around, I can cast with fewer worries of hooking a nice 2-3 foot child. The hook is kept close to the tip and with a flick of the wrist I can send it out a good 50-60 feet. And I don't have to worry about the kids as much. It takes a little muscling to break it down, but I'm okay with that. I will get some good mileage out of it.

  • 4
    great backpack/bugout pole

    Posted by Anthony Joseph on 3rd Apr 2014

    I have been using this pole for a few weeks doing community fishing on Arizona. At first it was a little hard to cast. I have gotten used to casting this pole with good accuracy. To date I have caught two trout, three bluegill, and six catfish. Looking forward to buying extra rods for other fishing situations.

  • 5
    Great outdoor tool

    Posted by Unknown on 8th Feb 2014

    Strong and very compact fishing tool,it can be easily packed to my backpack, this tool is the first choice for my long term outdoor fishing activities.Excellent design!

  • 5
    great rod for backpacking

    Posted by Unknown on 4th Oct 2013

    this rod really does pack down small and works great it took a little time to get the casting down but once i got it i was really impressed. i would definitely recommend it.

  • 5

    Posted by John Minnesota on 3rd Sep 2013

    Does what it's supposed to do. Caught fish every time out. Fits in my Duluth Pack lumbar pack or the glove box in my atv and even the cargo pocket of my pants. Was impressed at how well made it was.