80,000 Children’s Fishing Rods recalled Due to Federal Lead Content Violation


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Chicago, IL – Lil Anglers has issued a recall for children’s fishing rods sold with Kid Casters No Tangle Combos due to excessive lead content, violating federal regulations. 

The recalled rods, totaling approximately 80,708 units in the US and 2,250 units in Canada, pose a serious health risk to young children who may ingest the toxic substance. 

Parents and caregivers are urged to stop using the recalled rods, and Lil Anglers is offering a full refund or free replacement. Ensuring compliance with lead content limits in children’s products is crucial for protecting children’s health and well-being.

A full list of recalled units can be found here.


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