Guides on a Bait Casting Rod
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Guides on a Bait Casting Rod

Guides on a Bait Casting Rod




      

Guides on a Bait Casting Rod


Guides on a Bait Casting Rod

The guides of the rod must allow free-running of the line with the least possible friction and for this reason should be fairly large. German silver trumpet guides are very good ones for the purpose, and to increase the ease of casting and lessen line-wear from friction it is well to have agate hand and tip guides, since it is at these points that the most friction occurs. The very best way to fit the rod in the matter of guides is to use narrow raised agates throughout, although this is rather expensive. The reel-seat must, of course, be above the hand grasp, and all rod mountings should preferably be of German silver.

Camp, Samuel Granger. The Fine Art of Fishing. New York: Outing Pub., 1911. Print.

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