World’s Smallest Mini Fishing Fish Rod Pen Reel Pole



Going fishing can be therapeutic, but carrying your own rod is definitely a hassle. If you aren’t a serious fisherman, the World’s Smallest Mini Fishing Fish Rod Pen Reel Pole would definitely be a great purchase before your next fishing trip.

Made of high quality stainless steel and polished aluminum. This fishing rod is small but can catch fish up to 4lbs. When closed: 8 inches and fully extends to 37inches. It’s not just a toy, you can actually catch fish! It’s small and lightweight, you can store it anywhere. Don’t buy junk, get the real thing. Come with stainless steel reel: forward and reverse ratchet stop with drag control and casting brake. Capacity: 120 yd on 5lb line. (also includes hooks, everything you need to get started fishing) Gear ratio 5:1.

Talk about traveling light! This unique device can be yours today for $17.95. Just take advantage of whatever is left of the summer to go fishing before autumn sets in.

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6 reviews or comments

Innafog Says: November 10, 2007 at 5:09 pm

I want to know anyone who has gotten this pen, to know if it is really worth the $

John Sommers Says: December 17, 2008 at 9:18 pm

The longer pen rods defeat the purpose. The 36″ rods are better because you can cast with a flick of your wrist even if the stream or pond bank is thick with brush. The longer ones tend to get caught up behind you in the weeds. Stick with the 36″ pen rods – they are lighter and better made.

Martin Says: January 5, 2010 at 1:43 am

Be careful which one you buy. I was given one for a present and the rod is fine but the reel does not work. There is no way way to release the spool to cast. It will ONLY go around with the handle

Edwin Says: January 5, 2010 at 8:42 am

Thanks for the fair warning, Martin. Caveat emptor 🙂

Tony Says: September 6, 2010 at 1:42 am

Coolest! Of course if I searched here I new I would see a fishing rod with a twist. This is a really handy gadget for many occasions. Travelers, unplanned fishing, the child and it is cost effective for those are just trying out the fishing experience.

Jim Hubbard Says: August 7, 2012 at 6:07 pm

I justrecieved my pen fisherman and am not impressed. The rod fell right out of the handle. Going to try putting electric tape around the bottom of the rod to see if it will tighten it up.

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