Packrod® Spin

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EMMROD Packrod Spinning Rod

EMMROD Packrod

  • One piece aluminum tube core chassis creates unparalleled structural integrity and durability
  • TPE (thermoplastic elastomer) hybrid anti-slip handle material, incredible impact durability
  • TPE outperforms rubber and plastic as it is stronger, lighter and much more environmentally friendly
  • TPE hybrid nose cone and our added lanyard ring is built on for attaching to a vessel, backpack, wrist, etc
  • Stainless steel rod end with EMMROD’s patented ¼ turn locking system
  • Our Packrod comes with a 4, 6, or 8 coil rod end (more coils, lighter fish)
  • 15” breakdown length, 10-5/8" handle length, 24-5/8" assembled length, and weighs only 9 oz.
  • US patents US 6.922.936 B2, US 6.931.781 B2
  • Built in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho. USA


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  • 5

    Posted by Jackson on 12th Jan 2017

    Strong but lightweight. Easy to take apart and put together. Casts as well as any pole.

  • 5
    Awesome Rod

    Posted by Bob on 18th Sep 2016

    The PackRod is a wonderful rod - easy to cast and a joy to use from a kayak!

  • 5
    Absolutely the Best

    Posted by Steve on 25th Apr 2016

    I have waited for this rod design for a long time... Finally found it with EmmRod... Best River Rod I have ever used. Performed Flawlessly!

  • 5
    I love it

    Posted by Anthony on 7th Dec 2015

    This rod (pack rod spin) is absolutely perfect for what I wanted to do. I live in Florida on the east coast of the state, own a jet ski and wanted something that would fit in my ski compartment but be able to handle a good sized fish. This fits the bill, the build quality is fantastic and I am just overall impressed. Lance answered all questions I had very quickly through email prior to me purchasing and really helped me make the right choice. As for fishing with it, I catch just the same if not more fish than my friends with their "normal" poles. I can feel every little nibble on the bait you just have to learn not to pull quite as hard as a full sized rod when setting the hook. If someone sees it, they usually ask me about it, it gets a lot of attention. I'm extremely happy with the purchase and will buy more in the future, I have been using this rod for a few months now a couple times a week. My biggest fish so far on the rod is a black drum.

  • 5
    Constant Companion

    Posted by Unknown on 13th Oct 2015

    My pack rod is pretty much with me 24/7. Super easy to transport in backpack or in the truck. You never know when a little fishing opportunity will happen. It does all the work that my long rods did but is so much more handy. I can throw lures just as far with it as I did with the 7 & 8 ft. rods. If bottom fishing off a fishing pier, I would recommend carrying some sort of rod holder that you can affix to the pier rail unless you are going to hold the rod all the time. Being short, you can't just set it down against the rail like you would a long rod. Overall, I just love my Emmrods - all of them!

  • 4
    Great Product!

    Posted by idahogundy on 25th Sep 2015

    Just ordered an Emmrod Pack-Spin rod for a trip into Glacier National Park. The rod fit into my saddle bag and caught lots of fish without any problems!

  • 5
    works awesome

    Posted by Bret on 27th Jul 2015

    Got two Packers and one Packrod-spinning rods, these work just as good as 6- foot rods and longer with the convenience of a short combo. The long rods are parked in the garage for this reason plus they are a blast to catch fish on and I've gave them all a workout from bass to crappie to channel-cat. Don't make the mistake I did and wait on buying them because u think they are a gimmick. Emmrods are the real deal.

  • 5

    Posted by Unknown on 26th Jul 2015

    Really good working I use it all time fishing I love it

  • 5

    Posted by Unknown on 11th Oct 2014

    I was looking for a small, comfortable rod to pack in a backpack and I finally found it. The grip is good, the locking mechanism too and the feeling is great. It requires some training and major use of the wrist to cast decently, but it gets the job done. Maybe more expensive then other rods, but for me that I come back to work every day biking along a river, this was just what I needed, without fearing to break any tip or other parts while is thrown into the bag.