Shawna Farrell Fishing Rod December 22nd, 2017 - 12:08:54
This lure is new. The techniques are new to freshwater anglers. There is no "perfect" presentation. So find "what" works for you. Practice your style and become an expert at your technique. Grow confidence in your Alabama Rig and how you fish your rig. Begin fishing your new A-Rig on water you know routinely produces good "numbers of fish." After a few successes, begin testing your presentation and honing your skill. Once you gain some comfort and confidence, youll be landing those "lunker" largemouth bass in no time! Also, be sure that your Alabama Rig fishing rod has hardware that can handle the meanest of braided fishing lines. We recommend premium ceramic guide rings on either casting or spinning guides (such as titanium nitride, nanoplasma, nanolite, silicon carbide, and other high-grade ceramic materials). Why? Simply stated, premium hardware which is technologically advanced is second to none in as much as the unique quad-leg design of casting guides, the braced design of spinning guides, and the heavy-duty design of micro rod guides, all of which are engineered to sustain incredible forces (both static and dynamic shock loads). Additionally, we recommend the these types of fishing rod guides because they leverage additional engineering advances to include: nano-technological polishing, ring-locked rod guide rings (which is a double press of the inset guide ring into a solid frame rod guide, super friction-free ceramics, and load-supporting rod guide leg design.
For example, are you planning to catch freshwater or saltwater fish? Freshwater fishing is done in the interior of the country, at locations such as lakes, rivers, ponds and streams, whereas saltwater fishing is done along the coast or out on the ocean. Different rods suit difference conditions. If youre starting out, buy something at a reasonable price, and only spend the bigger dollars when you have some experience and you know you want to keep fishing. It might be worth asking a friend whos an experienced angler to go rod shopping with you, to make sure you find a rod thats comfortable and appropriate for your fishing needs. Otherwise, spend some time chatting with the staff at your local fishing store. They have a lot of experience in rod selection, and are sure to be able to help you find a fishing thats perfect for your needs.
Any angler serious about catching fish and who routinely invests hard-earned money (entry fees, travel expenses, maintenance, tackle, equipment, etc.) cannot afford to purchase fishing rods that are anything but the best. After all, when you are on the water, executing everything within your power to fill the live well, then it is paramount to take advantage of any opportunity available (i.e., control what you can). So, it only makes sense to leverage the very best technology and craftsmanship for your primary equipment, your fishing rod. Another advantage of not working at a large company, is that a custom builder is actually assembling and crafting your and only your custom fishing rod. So, in this example, focus does equate to quality of construction. Unlike the factory product, the custom option is built to accommodate your requirements and desires.
Do you really think the pro-anglers are fishing the Classic and winning tournaments with factory-made fishing rods? Or that other sportsmen/women use "off-the-shelf" sporting equipment in their professions? No way. Whether a professional angler or professional sportsman/woman, you can rest assured the gear and equipment theyre using to compete at the highest levels of competition is not only specialized, but handcrafted, tuned, custom-fit, balanced, and leveraging the very best premium components that technology can muster. So, technology in the fishing industry, especially the fishing rod business, is truly "the mistress" - that fishing rod might "look" like its store-bought, but its been crafted by a custom builder to ensure maximum performance and therefore, that fishing rod is custom and hand-tuned... handcrafted to fit precise, specific, and extreme angling requirements.