1. Gareth · January 14, 2008

    Haha! And I was contemplating buying a travel rod…my prayers are answered!

  2. James · January 14, 2008

    Might be just the thing for dangling a czech nymph on the Allander 🙂

    Coleman make some pretty decent outdoor kit – I wonder what they’re thinking of here.

  3. Gav · January 14, 2008

    Is that a Fishpen in your pocket or are you just pleased to see me!!!

  4. John · January 14, 2008

    HeHe, you know you want one!

  5. Murdock · January 14, 2008

    Here’s one that comes with a tiny fly reel and free shipping anywhere in the world.

    Ive been fighting the urge to buy one of these for quite some time now. It would work great for the size fish I usually catch!

  6. Murdock · January 14, 2008

    Since these are made of steel I suppose one could say it would be a very fast action fly rod!

  7. Alistair · January 14, 2008

    I wonder just how many they sell ?

    Murdock, I dare you to contact them, try and get a freebie and review it !

  8. Kbarton10 · January 14, 2008

    I would think it would make an ideal rod for fishing in the local zoo, just run the line down your pants leg … all those exotic species, and so little time..

  9. Alistair · January 14, 2008

    Hmmmm, interesting…I always thought those penguins would put up a good fight!

  10. jeremiah · January 14, 2008

    Can I get that deluxe pouch – worth $20 – by itself?

  11. Jason · January 14, 2008

    That’s pretty funny. Buy one get one free is always good to that way your friends can fish with you! If I remember about The Pen by Spring i’m ordering.

  12. George · January 14, 2008

    I’ll have to buy one ….. wonder if the deal in jeely jors ?


  13. Alistair · January 14, 2008

    Hang on a mo – I bet you guys are all busy ordering and i will be the odd one out as usuall !!

  14. Matt · January 14, 2008

    Shhh! Keep it quiet – I’ve been using one of these for Czech Nymphong for ages…..I just keep getting the flies stuck in me waders.

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