Fenwick Eagle Spinning Rod
Fenwick Eagle Spinning Rods are all-around spinning rods designed for a variety of fish species. Choose from a wide range of lengths and power levels from ultra-light to medium-heavy. Eagle Spinning Rods come in actions tailored to various applications, making them great for beginning or seasoned anglers.
Eagle Spinning Rods have been redesigned with modern components and lightweight comfortable designs, yet still retain the tradition that angler's have come to know from the Eagle series of rods. Over 60 years of rod-making knowledge have gone into developing these Eagle Spinning Rods to provide time-tested and proven actions for all species.
Fenwick Eagle Spinning Rods provide classic Fenwick performance at an entry level price. B2 burled cork designs provide the feel of traditional cork, yet is more chip resistant and durable. Stainless steel guides with stainless steel inserts are lightweight, strong, and corrosion resistant. Soft, sensitive tips detect even the slightest takes, while powerful butt sections help gain an advantage over any fish.
- B2 burled cork handles
- Stainless steel guides with stainless steel inserts
- Graphite blank
- Powerful, rubber butt section
- Soft, sensitive tips
- Blank-through-handle construction
Ratings & Reviews
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by OldEagle -
I purchased a 6'6" one piece medium light fast action. I am impressed. The blank is green...my favorite on-stream color. The action is exactly as described. The rod is teamed with a Shimano 2500 Sienna ( great drag smoothness) and 6# line. Targets are stream largemouth and spotted bass. Lures are small baits...top waters, 4' plastics. small Rapalas. The rod is perfectly suited and an excellent value. I even like the new "Burled cork " grip- not a fan of foam. If you are looking for a rod in this price range ... I give the new Fenwick Eagle.... 5 Stars !
by Hammerhead -
Great rod for perch. You can feel the bite however, you can see the bite also. Plenty of back bone and sensitivity excels in deep water as well. (i.e. 60-90 ft.)
Nice Rods, But....
I have three Eagle GT's in various sizes and was initially quite impressed with them. The fit and finish is beautiful for rods in this price range, but after three years I just broke one when trying to unscrew the reel-seat in order to take the reel off the rod. The plastic on the front hood that covers your reel foot broke as I was unscrewing it. Other than that these are very nice rods to use and are very strong. I have caught everything from crappies to carp, and they have stood up well. The only thing that worries me are the stainless guides, although I see no signs of wear or grooving at this time. Oh, and be careful with the down-locking reel attachment point. Seems a bit weak.