Buying a fishing rod is not something you should just rush in to if you have had no previous experience. There are many different weights and types of rod, and the one which is most suitable for you will depend largely on the exact type of fishing you will be using it for. The other prime consideration is a practical one, how and where you are going to store and transport it. Rods which are manufactured in one long piece will always feel more natural and be the easiest to control, but if you will have difficulty transporting such a rod you can look at one of the many rods which come in two detachable pieces, and are assembled once you get on site. Click to continue »
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Are you into fishing and do you also love collecting classic items? Why not combine both hobbies and collect antique fishing gear. You can combine the thrill of the hunt for vintage gear with learning more about how the sport developed in the last couple centuries. Click to continue »
The very first piece of fishing gear you need to acquire is a fishing rod. Although you may have used a simple fishing pole when you were younger, serious fishermen consider a good quality rod and reel essential equipment.
When shopping for your next fishing rod, always remember to consider three important factors. Check out the materials used, its flexibility and the length of the targeted rod. Click to continue »