How to String Your EMMROD

How to string your line:

First, with any casting rods (for closed face reels), the line simply needs to run from the reel through the eyelet as shown below:


Packer® Model shown

Second, with any spinning rods (for open face reels), the line needs to run through the power coils and then out through the eyelet as shown below:


Mountaineer® Model shown

 

Third, with any bait casting reels (best used with casting rods), simply run the line from the reel out through the eyelet as shown below:

Packrod® model shown

Fourth, with level wind reels (best used with casting two tip rods), simply run the line from the reel out through the eyelet as shown below:

Kayak King® Model shown

Finally, is our new 7 coil universal rod.  This is used with casting, spinning, bait casting or level wind reels and is used with any of our handles for any application.  It is strung similar to our spin rods but for any reel or handle.  Simply run the line through the power coils and out through the eyelet as shown below:

Packer® Model shown

 

How to store your Emmrod:
All Emmrod® fishing poles are made to easily break down for interchangeability of rod ends but most importantly for ease of packing.  Below shows broken down Emmrod poles in their packable form:

 

The Packer®, Mountaineer® and Kayak King® models are shown above broken down with the power coils slid over the nose of the handle.  This keeps the entire rod together and creates a very compact fishing pole that can be stored virtually anywhere.

Packer®: 9oz./22.5″ assembled

Packrod Spin®: 8oz./24″ assembled

Packrod Cast®: 7.5oz./23″ assembled

Kayak King®: 9oz./27.5″ assembled

Rugged Flex Spin®: 8oz./27″ assembled

Rugged Flex Cast®: 9oz./27″ assembled

Mountaineer®: 8.5oz./25″ assembled

Combat Rod®: 8oz./19″ assembled

Stream Master®: 8.5oz./32″ assembled

 

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