Handle Style for Bait Casting Rods
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Handle Style for Bait Casting Rods

Handle Style for Bait Casting Rods




      

Handle Style for Bait Casting Rods


Handle Style for Bait Casting Rods

A bait-casting rod may have any kind of handle desired and of any material, but solid cork is probably best as it is soft and light, gives a good grip without tiring the hand, and is durable. Beware of the cork handle that has a sheet of cork veneered on the outside of a wood core; it will loosen and come off in time. Such a grip may be improved by winding it closely with hard twine or fishing line. The shape of the handle may be as you like, and the rod may have a single or double grasp, whichever you prefer.

Brooks, Lake. The Science of Fishing. Columbus, OH: A.R. Harding, 1912. Print.

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