A telescopic fishing rod is made for on-the-go anglers. You can keep one in your car, pack one in a duffel bag, or throw one in a backpack. When you’re ready to fish, you simply extend each section and lock it in with a twist. What was once something about the length of your forearm is now a full-length fishing rod.
Because it collapses into such a small package, a telescopic fishing rod the perfect just-in-case fishing rod. If you’re going on a picnic or a vacation, or just taking a walk around a lake or along a stream, you can carry a telescopic fishing rod, just in case, and it works perfectly as a backup fishing rod. Here’s a guide to choosing the right one for you.
This comes with pretty much everything a young neophyte needs, including EVA grips for small hands. Oddspro
One great aspect of a telescopic fishing rod is that when it’s collapsed, it’s much less prone be involved in accidents involving doors and shoes than is a full-length rod. That makes a telescopic rod a good choice for a young boy or girl who may not provide the best care for the rod when it’s not in use. A spincasting telescopic fishing rod is very easy to use and makes a great starter rod. Some are available with reels and tackle, so it’s practically ready to use right out of the package.
Lightweight and Portable
The handle is collapsible, and it can easily fit in a boat, a car trunk or even a backpack. PLUSINNO
Because a telescopic rod takes up so little space, it’s a perfect rod to keep in the car or at a camp. If your regular fishing rod breaks or otherwise fails, the telescopic rod is there (like a spare tire) to take its place. Some telescopic fishing rods aren’t expensive, so you don’t need to invest a lot of money in a backup. Get one with a reel so that you’ll have double insurance.
Great for Traveling
This is available in 14 configurations for both freshwater and saltwater fishing. KastKing
Telescopic fishing rods are ideal for travel. You can fit one in any suitcase or duffel—even a carry-on bag—so it’s ideal for air travel. Also, telescopic rods are made in various sizes and in both spinning and bait casting configurations for freshwater and saltwater. That means you can bring your favorite reel with you no matter where you go.