Competitiveness and patience are the keys to a successful fishing outing. But a good rod goes a long way too. Learn about the components and materials for your fishing rod and find one that′s right for your next trip.
Trigger stick:A longer trigger stick is for two-handed longer casts. Reel Seat:Reel seats are the attachment point where the pole and reel connect made of molded plastic or graphite and responsible for securing the reel and eliminating any “play” or “wobble” while casting or reeling
Whether they are made from different materials or are suited for various fish species the fact is that combos also differ when it comes to their design. If you were to ask us what we would recommend for a complete beginner we would suggest a
Saltwater Guides: Made of plastic metal or ceramic. Circles are positioned to the rod′s shaft to control fishing line. In casting rods line guides are on top of the rod. They are smaller to reduce the play in the line and allow for easier casting
Graphite Rods:Usually preferred by advanced anglers due to their superior strength and lightness. The lightweight graphite handles most fishing situations well providing more fighting power in the rod.
Saltwater Surfcasting: When searching for your saltwater rod consider the length power and action you need. Longer rods cast farther while shorter rods provide more power for fighting fish. Most saltwater fishing rods are made of graphite or fiberglass. Graphite rods are stiffer and
However if you plan a fishing trip in the Southern hemisphere you should hurry because here the water gets warmer faster. Go there in March or April if you want to catch plenty of bass during the spawning time.
A rod′s weight and length should be matched to the weight of your line. A rod may also be described by the weight of lure or hook that the rod is designed to support. Lure weight is usually expressed in ounces or grams.
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