pack rod

Discussion in 'Fishing Chit Chat' started by fishpainter, Jun 7, 2008.

  1. fishpainter

    fishpainter Pro bed wetter

    Location:
    huntington beach
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    matt
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    1860 Blazer Bay"SNOOK HUNTER"
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    My whole family is going on a cruise..I plan on bringing a pack rod..fish gulps etc..any idea about a ok travel 4 piece rod..like #12 with a spinning reel?
     
  2. b.thomas

    b.thomas Newbie

    Location:
    ca. (southern part)
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    b.thomas
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    dun sunk!(in the bath tub)
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    I've got one of these: Penn Rods

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    A three piece rod, comes with it's own case....nice action for #12-15 line for bait or lures.


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  3. pmurphy

    pmurphy Member

    Location:
    Tucson, Arizona
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    Pat
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    Hobie kayak
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    I can recommend the Bass Pro Shops branded travel rods. I have been fishing with the baitcaster for years now. I think they are $100, unless you get it on sale, and it comes in a perfect tube.
     

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