Ready2Fish Complete Fishing Kit Review + Giveaway

Ready2Fish Complete Fishing Kit

As most of you know, my family and I love to fish so when I was given an opportunity to review a Ready2Fish Complete Fishing Kit, I readily agreed. I had never used a Ready2Fish® rod and reel but the Ready2Fish product line really grabbed my attention.  You see, it’s so much more than a rod and reel.  The fishing kit includes everything you need to go fishing– packaged and sold together.  What a great concept.  They are making fishing easy and convenient.

Ready2Fish Spincast Complete Fishing Kit Includes:

For clarification, the I am reviewing the Ready2Fish 2-Piece Spincast Combo with 45 Piece Tackle Box. Pretty sweet.

  • 5ft 6in rod
  • size 20 reel pre-spooled with monofilament line
  • 45 piece pre-loaded tackle box

Ready 2 Fish Complete Fishing Kit

 What I Like About the Ready2Fish Spincast Complete Fishing Kit

  • The rod has a nice, comfortable handle.
  • Spin cast reel has very smooth action.
  • Tackle box is filled with everything you need.
  • Even comes with directions on how to rig up your rod.
  • Affordable.  Gets you fishing without blowing your budget.

Who Would Benefit From a Ready2Fish Complete Fishing Kit

Families who like to fish or who would like to learn.  I’ve written several posts on how to get started fishing.  Fishing is such a fun outdoor activity for families.  Ready2Fish is making it easier to introduce kids to fishing.  Even parents who have never been fishing can get started easily and share this activity with their children.

Spur of the moment fisherman.  If you are out of town and someone invites you to go fishing, you can just grab a Ready2Fish Complete Fishing Kit and be on your way (don’t forget your fishing license).

People who want to spend their time on a lake fishing rather than in a store gathering fishing supplies.  Yep, these fishing kits are real time savers (or should I say reel time savers- HaHa).

The Bottom Line

Ready2Fish Complete Fishing Kits contain everything needed to get you fishing.  Convenient, cost-effective and easy.  Great concept.  Great product.

I’ll see ya by the campfire.


Discussion Question- Where’s your favorite place to fish?

Just so ya know:  I received the Ready2Fish Complete Fishing Kit from the manufacturer to review.  Opinions are honest and my own.

***Sorry, this contest is over.  Be on the lookout for more giveaways in the future.***

The Contest- Win Fishing Gear for a Family of Four- OVER

Fishing Giveaway

This week is National Fishing and Boating Week.  Let’s celebrate together with a chance to win some new fishing gear for your family.  It feels like a party already, doesn’t it?

The Prizes

One lucky winner will win fishing gear for a family of four.  This includes the following products:

Ready2Fish Complete Fishing KitReady2Fish 2-Piece Spinning Combo with 45-Piece Tackle Box- includes an adult rod (5ft. 6in.), a spinner reel, and a reusable 45-piece tackle box.



Family Pack rods and spincast reelsSouth Bend Take Me Fishing Combo 2 Pack- includes an adult rod (5 ft. 6 in.) and a youth rod (30 in.), spincast reels and a small tackle box.



Fishing rod for kids South Bend Zoo Kids Panda Spincast Fishing Combo- includes a 30 in. rod with spincast reel and a practice plug. Super cute panda design that kids will love.



The Fine Print- Open to U.S. residents only.  Must be 18 years old to enter.  Once the winners are announced, the winner will have 48 hours to respond to claim their prize.  After 48 hours a new winner will be drawn.  For complete rules, please see the Rafflecopter widget.

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  1. I don’t have a favorite fishing spot yet, but hope to find one soon. Hope I win! -Thanks!

  2. We have a local lake named, “Gardom Lake” that isn’t too far and has a lot of nice fish in it!

  3. gretchen says:

    I love grab and go kits. Would love this. Next fishing adventure is the mighty cuyahoga river with the kids and the kayaks.

  4. Anywhere with my family! :) We have two boys that are die hard into fishing this year but desperately need some new poles. These would be awesome! Thanks for the chance and welcome back! :)

  5. There is a little pond 1 mile away from our cabin as part of a state park. They rent poles there but they have limited hours so it would be great to have our own set of poles to use. These sets look great for families just starting out.

  6. Samantha says:

    We’ve never gone fishing over here in Florida but used to go fishing all the time in California with the kids. I’d love to start up again over here now that we’ve moved, we don’t have any fishing poles or tackle anymore so this would be perfect.

  7. I haven’t found a favorite spot to fish yet, but I’m still looking.

  8. Patrick says:

    I’m a lifelong fisherman and I’m looking forward to getting the toddler out on one of our local Vermont ponds when he’s old enough hold a rod.

  9. Melanie says:

    We are not a fishing family, but my 4 year old keeps asking to go. We might try at Hartman Creek State Park in Wisconsin this weekend…If my husband can find his tackle box that he hasn’t use in at least 5 years.

  10. Drummond Island, MI for SURE is our favorite fishing spot!!! No place better to catch whatever ya want…..perch, bass, walleye, it’s all there and ALL delicious!

  11. Brigid Doherty says:

    My daughter’s first camping trip was in the Chesapeake Bay where she caught a rock fish and has been “hooked” ever since. She would to win one!!!

  12. Shanna M says:

    My favorite fishing spot is right next to my house. We live on Table Rock Lake, so we can fish whenever we want!

  13. My favorite fishing spot is anywhere there is water, lots of fish, and not many people!

  14. Kachemak Bay here in Alaska – halibut fishing at its best!

  15. mitzi frank says:

    I don’t yet have a favorite spot, but like the neighbor’s lakes…

  16. I’m still looking for a favorite spot here in Ohio…I often go to the neighbor’s lakes to fish though…

  17. We do not have a favorite spot yet, but thank you for the inspiration and chance to win this great family fishing set!!! We will be excited to do more fishing soon.

  18. Sarah Austin says:

    Oh fishing spots…we have some good ones in west Michigan. One of our favorites is this Mud Lake. There’s one little launch, so only small boats can be on it. The lake is great for bluegills.

  19. Looks like the perfect gift for the kids. Right into season too.

    i live in Sydney, Asutralia and my favourite fishing spot would have to be a little up north from where i live called Palm Beach. Some fantastic spots in that area. Very peaceful too. Otherwise out on the boat is where you catch the big ones.

  20. This article is awesome! Thanks for posting it. I am browsing the net to find ideas when it comes to fishing because my kids want to try it out this weekend. I came across your article and read about it. I am a little afraid though because my kids are first timers to this kind of activity. I have a neighbor in which his child (6 yrs old) was caught in an accident when they tried to fish in a nearby lake. I am not so sure what the accident was but one thing is certain, it is with regard to the fishing rod. I am currently looking for safety tip when it comes to fishing. Hope I can find one. I am looking forward to your future”Fishing” posts! :)

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