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The New 2011 Inventory is Here!

With quality components, great actions, and the stamina to take on the backwoods, Eagle Claw travel rods have been setting the standard for years. Made of Durable Fiberglass and Heavy Duty Wire Frame Guides with Tapered Fiberglass ferrules.

Please Note: The PK56TS is no longer available with a cork handle


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PK555SC5ft 6in Casting Rod (trigger), telescopic, Medium Action, Line 4-10lbs, Lure 1/8oz-1/2oz
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$15.99Add to CartAdd to Wishlist
PK555SP5ft 6in Spinning Rod, telescopic, Medium Action, Line 4-10lbs, Lure 1/8oz-1/2oz
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$15.99Add to CartAdd to Wishlist
PK200-666ft 6in Spinning Rod, 4 Sections, Medium Action, Line 4-10lb, Lure 1/8oz-1/2oz
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$19.49Add to CartAdd to Wishlist
PK56TS5ft 6in Spinning Combo (with reel), telescopic, Medium Action, UL reel, 1 ball bearing
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$26.99Add to CartAdd to Wishlist

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Average Rating: (based on 11 reviews)

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by Barry
All pack rods
My friends and I used these rods for years and the out perform all other more expensive rods we've tried. They are very durable for hiking. I caught a 36" northern while trout fishing in a lake with the telescopic rod! (which I carry as a back up) I hope they never stop making these rods. I reccomend them to all my back country fishing friends. I've never had a hitch nor anybody I know using them. I think because there not pricey, people think they can't be that good, that's just wrong.
by Trip
Good light Baitcasting rod
I have the 5'6" casting rod and a Shakespeare Axiom baitcasting reel. it will throw 3/16 ounce and up lures very well. the only disadvangtage is that after a few weeks the second to last guide became loose and i had to epoxy it back. other than that it is a great deal. looking into getting the 4 piece fly rod next.
by Ed Hutto
Eagle Claw Packit telescopic spin rod
I have both telescopic and 4 piece spin rods. For backpacking the telescopic rod takes no space, is light and durable, and has expensive rod feel with the Mitchell Avocet reel. Having one piece instead of four allows no thinking setup, thus, more fishing time. No fuss system.
by mike nickelson
pk56ts combo
If you are tired of breaking rods by trying to stuff them into back seats or trunks of cars. Well fret no more, Eagleclaw has got your back. I bought one of these combos with a canvas creel bag, also on sale!And the whole setup fits in the creel bag for easy transport to fishing site. I no longer have to keep an eye on my rod and reel as I'm walking to my favorite fishing hole, a big +. The reel cast smooth, and the action on rod is excellent for anything from trout to catfish to bass and bluegill. The reel is whisper quite and beefy enough to handle just about anything you catch. Now I haven't used it on river fishing yet, but give me time. I have other heavy rods and reels for that task either way. Hats off! too troutlet.com for carrying these and offering great deals and customer service,no small feat these days. They answered all my emails and made sure my order was correct before shipping! Have you been though the drive thru window lately at your local fast food restraunt. Ha! The pk56ts spinning combo is a great way to go fishing without the hassle of trying to carry a standard rod and reel and stopping every few minutes to untangle it from the branches or bushes on the way to your fishing hole is worth every penny. Thanks folks, I'm goin fishin! Mike
by Eric Hughes
Eagle Claw pack-it rods
The only rod I would recommend to anyone is the PK601 I have had 2 of these rod for years 10-15 and never had a problem plus there fly/spin combo's. My dad still has a rod like these from the 70's. These are the only rod.
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