Rods for Trolling Lake Trout
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Rods for Trolling Lake Trout

Rods for Trolling Lake Trout




      

Rods for Trolling Lake Trout


Rods for Trolling Lake Trout

In the matter of the rod any good trolling rod with a stiff backbone will answer the purpose. Its length may be from seven to eight and a quarter feet, and its material bethabara, split bamboo, or steel. The lancewood rod is excepted because this material is apt to be too whippy. The reel seat should be above the hand grasp. The guides of the rod should be fairly large to allow the line to run freely. German silver trumpet guides are the best for the purpose. The rod should weigh from eight to nine ounces and, as noted, should have considerable backbone in order to handle the heavy metal line, without strain. A "Henshall" casting rod in bethabara or split-bamboo and weighing eight or nine ounces will be a very good one for the purpose.

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

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