Feel n Reel Fishing Rod

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Tournament day just got way more fun, because you don't have to wonder if this rod is going to work well throwing your bait with this cover on this lake.

Your rod is a hybrid, KISTLER CARBON KC7S - 50% S-glass and 50% Japanese Intermediate Modulus Carbon by Toray, making the Feel n Reel a rod so versatile, you'll set every hook and never lose another fish.

Not too stiff and not too much flex, the Feel n Reel is the tournament angler's best friend on the water.

Relax. Fishing should be about having fun, right?

You're sure to have a lot of it with the Kistler Feel n Reel.


Veteran Owned | American Craftsmanship | 5-Star Rated | #1 In Custom Fishing Rods | Strong Values | Unmatched Sensitivity | Excellent Customer Service | Meticulous Design Detail | Expert Rod Builders | Built By Hand In Texas

Every rod is Kistler-Crafted™ by hand. All built, wrapped, glued, and epoxied by our team in our Magnolia, Texas facility. Backed by the Trey Kistler Warranty Promise for Five Years. First year = Free replacement. Second, Third, Fourth, and Fifth year = Prorated replacement.


Cast or Spin Casting
Power Medium
Length 7' 6"



KISTLER CARBON KC7S - 50% S-glass and 50% Japanese Intermediate Modulus Carbon by Toray

KISTLER CARBON Blanks are engineered and constructed by implementing the 45-degree X-cross production process. This difficult process involves the layering of spiral carbon fibers at a 90-degree angle with additional unidirectional fibers at zero degree, then layering of a third layer of carbon at helicoidal, opposite direction, 45-degree angle.

The wrapping of 45-degree angle guarantees the blank proper elasticity and return to its original shape, irrespective of the load's angle. The reason most of our competitors do not use these processes is because it cost more labor and production time as well as increased material cost.



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