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Eagle Claw: Spinning Rods

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Eagle Claw Crafted Glass Spinning Rods
Eagle Claw Crafted Glass Spinning Rods
5 Models available
Eagle Claw Crafted Glass Spinning Rods have hand selected cork handles for long lasting performance. These rods have gold glass blanks and can handle any type of fish. With stainless steel guides and graphite reel seats, these rods have balanced components that complement every rod.
$19.99 - $34.99
Eagle Claw Pack-It Travel Pack Rods
Eagle Claw Pack-It Travel Pack Rods
4 Models available
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The Eagle Claw Pack-It Travel/Pack Rods feature durable fiberglass blank construction making them perfect for backpacking, travel or an extra to keep in your trunk. These rods are four piece models with the exception of the telescopic models, they are five sections. The telescopic models measure just 17" when collapsed. The 7'6" spin/fly measures 24" when broken down and the 6'6" spinning model measures 22" when broken down. The Eagle Claw Pack-It Travel/Pack Rods are yellow in color with maroon...
$13.99 - $23.99
Eagle Claw Trailmaster Travel Pack Rods
Eagle Claw Trailmaster Travel Pack ...
5 Models available
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The Eagle Claw Trailmaster Travel/Pack Rods feature an IM-7 Complex Composite blank that not only provides incredible performance in any length, it is lightweight and built for a lifetime of use. There is a Trailmaster designed for every angler, available in 4 or 6 piece, spinning, fly and spin/fly models. The Spin/Fly models feature solid, screw-in hardware that provides for a secure connection when transforming from spinning to its fly configuration. Each Eagle Claw Trailmaster Travel/Pack Rod...
$64.99
Eagle Claw Granger GRX Salmon / Steelhead Spinning Rod
Eagle Claw Granger GRX Salmon / Ste...
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The Eagle Claw Granger GRX Salmon / Steelhead Rod follows in the great Eagle Claw tradition of salmon and steelhead rods throughout the years. With IM7/High Modulus graphite construction, SIC guides, full cork handles and specialty action, the GRX will be your rod of choice for many years. You simply won't find a better rod for the price. The Eagle Claw Granger GRX Salmon / Steelhead Rod, model GRX STL212-9, has a fore grip which measures 5 5/8" and a butt grip which measures 5 7/8".
$34.99

At a Glance: Spinning Rods

Spinning rods are the rods designed to be used with open face/spinning reels which, when mounted on the rod, will be held underneath the rod in the angler’s hand. Spinning rods are made with rod blanks that will bend or flex in all directions. Spinning rods are best suited for casting light lures and terminal tackle because of the way the line comes off the spool into guides specifically designed for spinning rods. The guides nearest the reel seat will have large openings and long stems which stand the guide well away from the blank to match the long stems of spinning reels. Spinning rod guides become increasingly smaller the further away from the reel seat, which allows the line to unravel from the spool and be funnelled into the guides. The funneling of this line creates friction against the spinning guides, which can affect casting distances for heavier lures and terminal tackle. This is different than baitcasting rods which are designed to feed the line straight off the baitcasting spool and creates little to no friction against the guides. Baitcasting reels give resistance to light presentations because of the need to pull the spool around during the cast - this is not the case with spinning reels.

The handle length and reel seat locations are popular variables with spinning rods, giving the angler the ability to choose just the right rod for comfort and leverage. The balance of a rod and reel combination can be greatly affected by the location of the reel seat, with some spinning rods even featuring sliding rings to attach the reel to the handle at any point the angler prefers. A longer foregrip gives another hand-hold for making two-handed casts, while a short foregrip can allow an angler to reach out and touch the blank to provide the greatest sensitivity. Spinning rods are available in one-piece rods, up to as many as six-piece rods, as well as telescopic models for easy storage and traveling. Lengths vary from as short as 24 inches up to 16 feet long. Casting distances can be greatly increased by using longer spinning rods, which also act as shock absorbers against hard-fighting fish. FishUSA offers spinning rods designed for bass, walleye, musky, panfish and salmon/steelhead.

Top brands of spinning rods include Daiwa, G. Loomis, Okuma, St. Croix and Shakespeare.