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Fenwick Elite Tech River Runner Spinning Rods


Fenwick Elite Tech River Runner Spinning Rods are finesse at its finest. The new "hidden handle" design with TAC inlays gives you the ergonomics of a fly rod, creating comfort for long days on the water while still maintaining excellent sensitivity. With no exposed reel seat the handle stays warmer in cold weather.

Elite Tech River Runner Spinning Rods focus solely on the art of trout, featuring soft actions and fast tapers. These rods cover fishing applications from lightweight marabou jigs to heavier spinners. The high modulus graphite blanks and titanium frame guides with SiC inserts give you the lightest and most balanced actions for rods in its class.

Features of Fenwick Elite Tech River Runner Spinning Rods include:

  • Hidden handle design
  • TAC inlays in handle
  • Titanium frame guides with SiC inserts
  • High modulus graphite construction
  • Soft actions and fast tapers
  • Hook keeper
Fenwick Elite Tech River Runner Spinning Rods
ERR58UL-FS-2 5' 8"2Ultra LightFast2 - 6132 - 3167
ERR69UL-FS-2 6' 9"2Ultra LightFast2 - 6132 - 3168
ERR69L-FS-2 6' 9"2LightFast4 - 8132 - 5168
ERR72UL-MS-2 7' 2"2Ultra LightModerate2 - 6132 - 3168
ERR72L-MFS-2 7' 2"2LightMod. Fast4 - 8132 - 5168
ERR76L-MFS-2 7' 6"2LightMod. Fast4 - 8132 - 5169
ERR80UL-MS-2 8' 0"2Ultra LightModerate2 - 6132 - 3169
Review Summary
(6 Reviews)
of customers would recommend this product.100%
Reviewer Profile:  
Light Weight (2)
casts well and very sensitive (2)
None so far (2)
Best Uses

Customer Reviews
 FishUSA made up for it
Comments: This is a replacement rod the first was an ultra light in the same series with great action but the tip snapped for no good reason. While fishing. It was replaced immediately by FishUSA but I hope this one will be sturdier
 Got to have one
Pros: casts well and very sensitive
Cons: None so far
Best Uses: Panfish and bass
Comments: Used this rod on a recent week long fishing trip. It casts very well and it is extremely sensitive. You will not be disappointed if you purchase this rod. Customer service was exceptional. FishUSA price matched as advertised.
Billings, Missouri
 Light Action Fenwick Elite
Pros: really like the smooth reel seat design, casts well and very sensitive
Best Uses: light lure fishing for crappie, white bass, and bluegill
Comments: Always have like Fenwick and was ready to try it out on white bass in one of our Ozark streams. Sweet rod - no problem casting 1/32 jigs but enough backbone to pull in white bass in a strong current. Was using 6 lb braided line and was able to detect very soft bites.
 Great Rods, Light & Sensitive
Pros: Light Weight, sensitive
Comments: I purchased both the ERR72L ERR76L this past year for the sole purpose of panfish rods. The rods are okay for panfishing but what I discovered was they work really great for throwing 3/32 1/8 oz hair jigs for smallmouth walleye. For years I have been looking for rods to throw my favorite home made hair jigs and now I have them. I will be adding one more rod this year for heavier jigs but this rod will come from the smallmouth series. I highly reccommend these rods this is from a guy who fishs 150 to 200 days a year.
Northern Wisconsin
 Fenwick River Tech
Pros: Craftmanship, value for price
Cons: none I can thing of
Best Uses: Smallmouth and trout on small rivers and streams
Comments: Awesome rod, use it instead of a fly rod for throwing larger streamers for smallmouth and trout. Beautiful looking excellent craftmanship, paired it with a Shimano Stradic CI4 reel and it is a great setup. Easy to transport can throw live bait with no weight added, small spinners, very small crankbaits and larger streamers. Really like the rod, I've had quite a few Loomis rods but have been having the rods break or the tips break . I switched back to Fenwick, I use to have the old grey techna rods which were very very good, and thought I'd try these . They are in the same class as the old rods very well made and handle small lures and casting is a breeze. great rod.
 A good buy
Pros: Light Weight, Lots of backbone
Cons: None so far
Best Uses: Smallmouth, Walleye
Comments: I just got back from a fishing trip and used this rod for the first time. I used 1/16 and 1/8 oz jigs along with 6 lb. Nanofill. After finding the fish (smallies, walleyes, largemouths, crappie) I hardly used any other outfit. Caught mostly smallies along with a few nice Walleyes. It handled the fish well. I could make very long casts with this outfit. Didn't catch any trophies (3-4 lb.) but was impressed how it handled those fish..
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