Florence Molina Fishing Rod December 22nd, 2017 - 12:06:46
As you can see, there are quite a few factors involved in choosing the right fishing rods. The frequency in which you fish, what species you are fishing for and the environment you are fishing in. The type of reel you like using, the material the fishing rods are made of, the handle and the action all come into consideration. You will learn which types are best for you through a little experimenting. In the end, its all going to come down to personal preference, the specific factors that are important to you and the style of fishing you enjoy. I hope this article helps allow you to better understand the factors involved in choosing the right fishing rods. I hope your fishing experiences are as great as mine and Happy Fishing to All.
Fishing rods are made of different types of materials including graphite, fiberglass, steel, wood and bamboo. Fiberglass rods are great for kids and beginners. They hold up well and require little to no maintenance. Fiberglass rods are more flexible and can withstand more abuse that is generally brought on due to improper care and handling. They are also better to use when the rod is going to be under constant pressure and sensitivity is not as much of a concern, such as when you are trolling. Graphite fishing rods are a preferred choice for the more experienced fisherman. These fishing rods are lighter in weight and very strong. They just dont hold up very well to the abuse incurred from mishandling. If you are going to be saltwater fishing, you dont want to use any tackle that is made of corrosive metals.
The good news, smaller manufacturing companies, called custom rod builders exist. While many of these custom builders have the skill and talent to custom tailor to an anglers requirements, large manufacturers often lack the "attention to detail" to truly design and fabricate a fishing rod that is balanced, tuned, and ultimately the very best sport-fishing tool for the angler, leveraging the very best components, and at the "right" price. This simple fact in and of itself is the defining difference between a custom and a production fishing rod; the difference is ultimately the performance characteristics of the final product. Lets come back to this after weve identified exactly what a custom builder "is" and "does."
Whether fishing for largemouth bass, smallmouth bass, striped-bass, wipers, or other game-fish, the resemblance of shad or a school of bait-fish has placed the A-Rig in a class of lures that stands all by themselves. Before this innovation, species such as bass, have always received lure presentations of single lures: top water tackle, spinner-baits, crank-baits, swim baits, etc. For the first time in the freshwater angling world, multiple lure presentations are now available due to the simple, yet effective design of the American ingenuity provided in the Alabama Rig.