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Eagle Claw Trailmaster Spinning Rods

$54.99
Eagle Claw Trailmaster Spinning Rods - Dick's Sporting Goods
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Product Information:

For many generations, Eagle Claw ® has provided quality product. The Trailmaster Spinning Rod delivers a lightweight rod with unmatched performance for lifetime duration from the IM-7 Complex Composite blank. Featured is an incredible engraved bronze reel seat that harmonizes with the guides and custom silk winding. A contoured cork handle and finished a rubber cork foregrip and fighting butt provide excellent durability.
FEATURES:

  • IM-7 Complex Composite blank for lightweight, unmatched performance and lifetime duration
  • Guides and silk winding complimented by engraved bronze reel seat
  • Durable contoured cork handle
  • Rubber cork foregrip and fighting butt for extra durability
  • Well designed and durable travel case included
  • Lifetime manufacturer's warranty
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SPECS:

Power: M-Medium

Rod Action & Length: M 5'6"
  • Model: TMM56S4
  • Type: Spinning
  • Line Weight: 6-14 lbs.
  • Lure Weight: 3/16-1/2 oz.
  • Guides: 5+1
  • Pieces: 4

Rod Action & Length: M 6'6"
  • Model: TMM66S4
  • Type: Spinning
  • Line Weight: 6-14 lbs.
  • Lure Weight: 3/16-1/2 oz.
  • Guides: 5+1
  • Pieces: 4

Rod Action & Length: M 7'6"
  • Model: TMM76SF4
  • Type: Spin/Fly
  • Length: 7'6"
  • Pieces: 4
Country of Origin: China
Web ID: 11414997

Customer Reviews:

Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 18 reviewers.
Rated 3 out of 5 by Eagle cake rod I think the product overall is probably a good rod . Unfortunately the one I received had a missing and broken off top. September 16, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by nice little rig Worked very well on a motorcycle trip to the Owens river. Packs in very little space with nice padded case. Would have given it 5 stars if the case had room for a reel too. September 3, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by travel fishing rod nice rod for the price, but its a combo fly-spin which wasn't what I was looking for. Comes with a real nice case. July 3, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Excellent for backpacking Overall great for backpacking. Great fishing rod has good action and has a small break down so it's easy to attach onto your pack. May 28, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Great Rod perfect for the Boundary Waters...Light weight and packable...wish it had a shoulder strap to go with the eyelets provided...then it would be a five star... December 16, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great product Great product and great value for the money! AAA+++ October 9, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by This 4 piece takedown pole is better than most of my two piece rods. high quality 4 piece takedown for the price. Comes with a stout case that is great for backpacking and taking on the airplane for travel. October 8, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by eagle claw trailmaster spinning rod bought it for my son, its perfect for backpacking fishing, where you don't want to carry a rod that will get tangled in the trees, but at the same time its not like a collapsible which has the tendency to collapse during reeling. I would recommend this product to amateur anglers that travel a lot. August 24, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great for the Price I have not had a chance to use them yet but they arrived in a timley fashion and were well packaged. They look great for the price. Thanks August 2, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by Snapped like a twig I've never written a review before, but felt compelled due to the products performance. The last 4 inches of the rod snapped like a twig on its first week of use when I was landing a moderate sized, appropriately named, snapper. The line held, so I was able to land the fish. I'd like to convince myself it was a two pounder, though would expect a medium weight rod to handle that weight fish. It was likely closer to one pound, than two, however, so after releasing the fish, I threw the remnants in the nearest trash can. It seemed like a promising rod to start, so I was sad to see it come to such a quick end. July 28, 2013
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