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Daiwa Spinmatic Pack Spinning Rods


Daiwa Spinmatic Pack Spinning Rods are ultra-action pack rods perfect for targeting trout and panfish in ponds, lakes and small streams. These four-piece rods set up quickly and store neatly in their own soft case. Spinmatic rods feature Daiwa's Extreme Guide System for greater hooking power, sensitivity, and accuracy.

Features of Daiwa Spinmatic Pack Spinning Rods include:

  • High-performance graphite blank for maximum power and sensitivity
  • Low-friction, cut-proof aluminum oxide guides
  • Genuine Fuji graphite reel seats with uplocking stainless steel hoods
  • Classic cork handle for warm, sure-grip comfort in all weather conditions
  • Hook keeper

Daiwa Spinmatic Pack Spinning Rods
SMC564ULFS5' 6"Ultra LightFast1 - 41/32 - 1/84
SMC604ULFS6' 0"Ultra LightFast1 - 41/32 - 1/84
SMC664ULFS6' 6"Ultra LightFast2 - 61/32 - 1/44
SMC704ULFS7' 0"Ultra LightFast2 - 61/32 - 1/44
Review Summary
( 6 Reviews )
of customers would recommend this product.100%
Reviewer Profile:  
Excellent price point (2)
Packs down nicely (2)
Quick action (2)
Quality (2)
No hard case (2)
Best Uses
backpacking (2)

A great portable rod with a decent backbone for an ultralight
United States
About Me:
I like the rod a lot. It packs up compactly but casts accurately and has a good backbone. Also nice and sensitive and fast action. I was worried that it might be flimsy, but it feels plenty strong. I have caught a few 1-2 pound bass on it so far and am sure it can handle much more. Only minor thing I can say is that the case isn't very nice. It is just a big pouch, no protection for the rod and doesn't separate the individual pieces. Even a cardboard tube would have been nice to protect it. Still worth the money and cardboard tubes/pvc pipe is cheap to come by.
Pros: Packs down nicely, Quick action
Cons: No hard case
Best Uses: backpacking, apartment dwellers, to keep in car just in case
Great Rod
Silverthorne Colorado
About Me:
Nice quality rod but the rod case is worthless. Needs to have a hard shell case!
Pros: Quality
Cons: soft rod case
Best Uses: backpacking
Great Travel Rod
About Me:
Avid Angler
This rod is perfect for a light travel rod for your "carry on bag" when flying. Fits together nice and tight so you aren't constantly adjusting it while fishing. The only downside is the rod doesn't come with a hard case. You can make your own out of 2 inch PVC and a couple of fittings and save $25 or $30 bucks over the rods that come with hard cases. This rod worked great with a Diawa Kastor 500 spinning reel.
Pros: Quality, Light action, Excellent price point
Cons: No hard case
Best Uses: Casting ultra light Lures
Daiwa Spinmatic Pack Spinning Rod SMC704ULFS
About Me:
I use two years SMC704ULFS. I doubt that it is possible to find something better for this money, it is necessary if to catch on the small rivers and not grassed lakes. Compact, easy, flexible and strong it honestly executes the mission for 100%. The parabolic system leaves unforgettable feelings from catching process: fish on other end of a scaffold always seems more, than actually, adding adrenaline. Qualitative graphite of a spinning of Spinmatic always leaves margin of safety and will cope with any production which suffices a bait. The best choice for catching on small spinners, small-sized wobblers and mikro jigs for this money.
Pros: Compact, easy, flexible and strong
Cons: There is no convenient rigid tube.
Best Uses: small rivers and not grassed lakes
Good rod for the price
Pottstown, PA
About Me:
If you are looking for a lightweight travel rod that won't break the bank, this a great choice. Needed a rod for stowing in the kayak and packing in to lakes that would get light use, wouldn't break the bank (and therefore wouldn't cause me to weep if I broke it in transit!) This rod fits the bill!
Pros: Excellent price point, Packs down nicely, Quick action
Cons: No rod tube included
Best Uses: none
Solid Pack Rod
The Rockies!
About Me:
You do need to use a fairly lightweight reel, because a heavier one seems to unbalance the feel of the rod. I fish for high lake cuts in Colorado and so far the rod has performed. I'll get more experience with it as the season goes on here.
Pros: Lightweight, Well-built
Cons: None so far
Best Uses: Fish up to a few pounds, Pack rod for spin fishing
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