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Coleman Deluxe FishPen Retractable Fishing Pole & Reel

by Coleman

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  • Deluxe aluminum fish pen & extends over 3 feet!
  • Compacts down to 8-inch pen case
  • Super strong telescopic alloy rod
  • Plastic reel housing with solid brass casting reel
  • Lots of FUN!

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Product Description

Now you can fish anytime, anywhere with this Coleman Deluxe Fish Pen, Retractable Fishing Pole and Reel! Fish when the mood strikes you! This Coleman FishPen with Casting Reel is designed for people on the go. It extends from the size of a pen to over 3 feet and offers the strength, sensitivity and flexibility you would expect of a fishing rod. Its small size makes it perfect for putting in your pocket, in your cars glove box, in a briefcase, or in a backpack! The Coleman Deluxe FishPen is the perfect gift for the avid or amateur fisherman! Order today! Extends over 3 feet! Deluxe aluminum fish pen Compacts down to 8-inch pen case Super strong telescopic alloy rod Plastic reel housing with solid brass reel Push button line release Fish anytime, anywhere Fits Pocket, Glove Box, Briefcase, Backpack Lures, bobs and hook included Perfect gift for the avid fisherman, executive or kid on the go!

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 2 pounds
  • ASIN: B000RQ3AZO
  • Item model number: CFPPGR7B
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (25 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #546,340 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here

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Customer Reviews

My package came partly open and it wasn't packed very good.
Wayne Christopher Poulos
Im not a big fishing guy but have fishing rods always in my car trunk.
kenwinning
The construction of the combo is not designed for fishing or to last.
Seo

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22 of 22 people found the following review helpful By S. Blauvelt on February 13, 2007
I am happy with the rod for the most part. I wanted something small and light, but that still qualified as an actual fishing rod/reel to keep in my backpack for occasional fishing in the ponds we come across while hiking. I could find relatively few products that fit the bill, and this item looked to be the best balance of price, quality, and size. I ordered through Amazon.com from Taylor Gifts and received my order promptly (3 or four days). I was sent a confirmation notice immediately via e-mail which contained a link to UPS which allowed me to track my order across the country. This was very useful. Upon initial inspection The structural quality appears to be quite good. It looks and feels solidly built, and functionally it seems sound. The reel holds a fair amount of line; Easily enough for a day of fishing, even if you get a few birds-nests or have to cut the line, but When I tried it out for the first time last week, I found that the line had retained the shape of the reel and played out in coils. I was still able to fish with it but it definately needs a different kind of line than plain old stren monofilament. I didn't catch anything (probably not the rods' fault), so I don't know how it will handle an actual fish but just from handling it I am pretty confident it could hold its' own against anything under 5 pounds, maybe even bigger. The reel turns smoothly but because of the design you have to guide the line across the reelface with your finger to get it to wind in an even fashion (this is not really a big hindrance or anything, but I thought I should mention it). the big issue is the casting system (We were fishing through the ice so I didn't get to cast).Read more ›
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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By R. Tissnes on October 12, 2009
Ok, reading most of these reviews i thought this was going to suck but i wanted to try it anyway. So far i have caught some sunfish and a decent sized perch. It hasnt broke yet and seems reliable. I dont know why other people write how theirs broke in a minutes.Its common sense, this thing is cool but its not meant for deep sea fishing. I use it to lake fish and it has been great and reliable. And again, this isn't a heavy duty fishing rod, use your brain, its great for recreational lake fishing.
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13 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Seo on January 18, 2009
I purchased 2 of these...one for myself...the other as a gift. I was thrilled at the thought of a compact pole that I can always keep in my trunk for those unexpected fishing opportunities. But as they say, you get what you pay for. The construction of the combo is not designed for fishing or to last.

Upon taking it out of the box, I extended the rod. After pretend casting it a few times, I attempted to retract the rod. The tip section was stuck and I could not get it back in. I used as much force as I could without risk of snapping the rod. So, I left it partially retracted which left the tip protruding from the "pen" housing.

I took it out the the river to test it out. Surprisingly, it casted amazingly far. The casting button on the bottom is very shoddy though. Becareful not to press hard or else the reel will pop open. During my fishing trip, I caught a small catfish that weighed less than a pound. While reeling it in, the rod snapped. The tip then slid down the line into the water. I had to be extra careful reeling in the fish. If the line snaps, the tip would be lost in the river. I managed to reel in the fish by using one hand to create an eye loop guide for the string and pushing the base of the rod into my stomach while my other hand reeled in slowly.

I ended up reeling in the catfish, but at the cost of a broken rod. The Coleman combo costs $9.99 with $7.99 shipping. According to the Coleman warranty, they will replace the rod if I pay for shipping to them along with an enclosed payment of $7.99 for the return shipping. For that price, I might as well purchase another one(not wasting my money). Now my 3-piece combo(used to be 2-piece) is sitting inside the plastic housing it came in and sitting in the garage.
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17 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Garsh on November 23, 2008
As much as I REALLY wanted to enjoy the Coleman Fish Pen, it turned out to be a complete disappointment. Despite some features that at first appear to demonstrate surprising quality -- like a very solid-feeling reel (considering its compact size) and more metal parts than plastic -- I was unable to try it out because I realized the last inch of the rod was snapped off. Before I could even tie the rubber testing weight to the end of the line, it was broken without any pressure applied at all.

Insult punctuated injury when I referenced the included 30 warranty, which informed me of an opportunity to receive a second shoddy disappointment for only $7.99 for shipping. For less than $3 more I could just buy another one from Walgreens without the added hassle and expense of a trip to UPS! If your experience is anything like mine, you won't need that 30 warranty because the Coleman Fish Pen won't last 30 minutes.
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12 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Yvonne Hults on October 30, 2007
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The pen came as stated, quick and perfect! Easy to assemble. Caught a Rainbow Trout a little bigger than the fishing rod BEFORE extending, so it didnt change my luck, I still "suck" at fishing. Ordering a few more for GREAT gifts!!
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