Order & Shipping Policy

We do not accept orders from outside the United States of America and do not ship to destinations outside the United States of America.

About Our Company: Commander Rods

Our company is different than most. Our rods are designed to our specs and tested rigorously by us before putting into factory production. Our plan was to produce an extremely sensitive, durable, premium rod at an affordable price for the serious tournament angler, the weekend warrior and the family going to the cabin.

We don't inflate our prices to covers huge advertising, so the the savings goes to the customer. We are a small growing company that takes pride in customer service. When you call us, you are talking directly to the owners. We want our customers to spend the most time they can on the water.

Commander Rods Apparel

— Glen & Belinda Wink, Owners

Contact us directly to learn how you can obtain official Commander Rods apparel.



About Our Team

We are avid walleye fishermen and outdoor fanatics.

Over the years we have won several local fishing tournaments. We have placed well in many other tournaments, including winning the 34th Annual Lake Osakis 2-Day Walleye Tournament in 2014. We also qualified for the National Team Walleye Championship in 2001.

Owners and avid fishermen Glen and Belinda Wink

About Our Development Partner: Pete Harsh "Mr. Tiller"

"Our Commander Rods were developed to deliver extreme sensitivity second to none and the utmost in fatigue free, fish fighting durability. Designed with premium components and materials, the Commander Series of fishing rods out perform competitive rods selling at twice the price. Spend a day using a Commander Rod and I'm sure you will agree. These are the best rods on the market and at a price you can afford."

— Pete Harsh, "MR.TILLER"

     
  • FLW Walleye Tour "Angler of the Year"
  • FLW Walleye Tour North Dakota Champion
  • PWT North East Pro/Am Champion
  • PWT Central Pro/Am Champion
  • PWT Midwest Pro/Am Champion
  • PWT Michigan Super Pro Champion
  • Minnesota State Walleye Champion
  • Ranger Cup "Angler of the Year"
  • PWT "Rookie of the Year"
  • USFA Lake Mille Lacs Walleye Champion
  • WalMart Walleye Classic Champion
  • PWT "Who's Who of Walleye Fishing" Voted #1
  • PWT "Big Fish Award" Record Holder for Most Awards
  • PWT 2-Time "Cool Under Pressure" Award Winner
  • PWT "Heavy Weight Award" Award Winner
  • 13 Time Walleye Tournament Winner
  • One of the Top 5 All-time RCL FLW and PWT Money Winners
  • Full-Time Fishing Guide Devils Lake North Dakota
  • Guiding Since 1981

About Our Users: Fisherman Reviews

Shaun Zenzen

Commader Rods turn a questionable light bite into, Get the Net!! I'm an avid tournament angler fishing the Cabela's Master's Walleye Circuit. When I'm not fishing tournaments I'm a fishing guide and want the best dependable equipment for my customers. When I think of rods it has to be Commander Rods. They have a sensativity second to none. Contact me for any questions on Facebook or my cell 320-248-8747.



Doug Hanson

Commader Rods are some of the best sticks I have ever used, lightweight, sensitive but yet very strong. There are many applications for the rod. They are great Multi-Species rods, and work well with various techniques. I fish bass touraments and do a lot of guiding, and these rods perform every time for me. If you are looking to purchase a quality fishing rod, look no further, Commander Rods should be your first choice. Contact me for any questions at douglas.guy@hotmail.com.



Dakota

Commader Rods are sensitive and durable. I used the Crossover Series rod called the Wicked to pull in one of the biggest muskies of my life! It is perfect for light muskie tackle for the fisherman that doesn't want to break the bank, but wants a quality rod. I also used the Crossover Series rod called the Pulse. It is sensitive with a moderate fast tip, perfect for tubes and other light, more finesse ways of fishing bass. I'm also one of the captains for the fishing club at our local High School and work at Christopherson's Bait in Alexandria, MN.