Daiwa Presso Ultralight Spinning Pack Rod

5 Reviews
$79.99 to $84.99
Item No.: F12103


Daiwa Presso Ultralight Spinning Pack Rods feature superior ultralight actions. The Presso series rods have a great combination of casting power with light lures and shock absorbing action to handle strong fish on ultra-fine lines. The micro-pitch taping of the blank during the curing process assures even distribution of resin and graphite for maximum power and sensitivity.

Presso Ultralight Spinning Pack Rods feature dark graphite blanks with black thread wraps trimmed in metallic orange with Minima black ring guides.

  • 4-piece travel
  • IM-7 Graphite construction
  • Micro pitch blank taping
  • Minima black ring guides
  • Minima reel seat with machined clamp nut and woven graphite insert
  • Lightweight split grip cork handles
  • Hook keeper
  • Includes travel case

Ratings & Reviews

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5/3/2015 12:00:00 am


by t-sav

Great pole nice and compact just wish storage container could fit a reel

1/31/2018 12:00:00 am

Daiwa Presso Ultralight Travel Rod

by Stan Greenberg -

I highly recommend this rod; The rod is very light and solid and with Daiwa BG Spinning Reel nicely balanced. The feel is perfect, the sensitivity is perfect, and plenty of back bone for the ultralight rod and quality rod in this price range. The workmanship is outstanding with all attention paid to small details. Japanese quality design. Bravo Daiwa!

1/13/2020 1:57 pm

Best pack rod

by Michael

An amazing ultralight rod and a superb travel rod. perfect for those hard to reach spot or exploring to find the perfect spot.

12/7/2020 5:37 pm

I Would Buy This Again

by Scott

This 5’6” “travel” rod casts farther than my 7 ft two piece rods. It is the rod I choose for casting small baits a long way. I use 3 lb. test on a shallow spool ultralight Daiwa Revros (JDM version for $80). The only negative: the cork handle is cheap and starts to crumble a bit after just 6 months. Put some Cork Seal on it from the start to protect the handle. But I love it a much, I’m going to buy another, maybe try a longer two-piece version.

1/26/2021 4:32 pm

Best "Budget" Ultralight

by Scott

I have the 5'6" UL, paired with a JDM Revros Super Shallow spool bought from a Japanese website. For $160, I have the UL setup of my dreams. This little rod can cast farther than any other rod I own, and the lure rating of 1/32 to 1/4 oz is accurate and truthful. With 3 lb test line, it handles better than I ever expected. And of course, you can pack it in a carry-on bag or a small backpack.