DEDICATED TO MAKING FISHING GREAT
A leader in the fishing industry, Kistler Custom Rods (made in the U.S.A.) has
made it their mission since inception to advance the industry by relentlessly
innovating and developing superior products for anglers everywhere. With a
track record over a decade long, Kistler have built a following of loyal customers
around the world who have found out first hand, why with Kistler, 'Fishing Never
Felt So Good!'.
Kistler is a family-centred company with a passion for helping anglers get the
most out of their fishing. Trey Kistler - Kistler President, has built fishing rods for
more than 25 years and in that time has honed the skills necessary to make an
outstanding fishing rod, while staying true to his values.
"In a time when everyone wants to cut corners and save a penny, I have chosen to rise above. Kistler believes there is no better way to get something done than to do it yourself. We make our products under our own roof and are not only a team, but a family. When you pick up a Kistler rod, you can feel the time and love that goes into each one."
Kistler rods are known for their innovative designs and time-tested materials. They are built using blanks made by rod pioneer Gary Loomis at North Fork Composites and high quality components by Fuji and Kigan. These are just a few key features that contribute to the flow, strength, and sensitivity that runs through each rod.
MORE THAN $5 MILLION HAS BEEN WON USING KISTLER FISHING RODS
Serious fishermen all over the world choose a Kistler Custom Rod to give them a competitive edge. Whether it's the FLW Tour, BASS Elite Tour or the Bassmaster Classic, or any other major tournament, you can bet that there is a Kistler fishing rod on the water. Find out more about the USA Pro Fishing staff and what they have to say about Kistler rods here.
TAKE A LOOK AT KISTLER RODS:
Trey Kistler - President of Kistler Custom Fishing Rods
In the video below, Trey Kistler, President of Kistler Custom Rods discusses his love of fishing since childhood, how he became involved in the rod building business and gives us a sneak-peek behind the scenes at Kistler Rods.