Line Guides for Rods
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Line Guides for Rods

Line Guides for Rods




      
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Line Guides for Rods


Line Guides for Rods

Line guides are made in many patterns and the illustration given here shows the most common kinds. For fly rods the ring and keeper guides are used much, especially on the cheaper grades, but small, light standing guides, especially the snake guides are better, as the line runs more freely and casts better. Many fishermen have the first guide, the one next the reel, of agate, or to be exact, a metal guide with an agate lining. Agate is very hard and smooth, does rot wear the enamel off the line and in turn is not worn by the friction of the line. Offering less resistance to the line it enables the user to cast farther.

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

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