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Split Bamboo Bait Casting Rods

Split Bamboo Bait Casting Rods




      

Split Bamboo Bait Casting Rods


Split Bamboo Bait Casting Rods

For tournament casting, it may be said that split bamboo is by far the most generally used; from which it would appear that this material, on the ground that tournament casting is the acid test of tackle and methods of tackle handling, is the most likely to prove satisfactory. But, as a matter of fact, when we come down to practical angling and black bass, we find that the solid wood rods, and sometimes the steel rods, are used by fishermen far more frequently than those of split-bamboo. For the explanation of this we have to seek no farther than the character and habits of the black bass and the generally rough-and-ready nature of the fishing for him. The black bass, size for size, is just about the hardest fighting game fish that swims, resisting to the limit in both the water and the air; and the angler who makes a specialty of bass fishing must be prepared to handle a fish of from one to five pounds two pounds frequently and very often more a very different matter from the usual quarter- or three quarter pound brook trout.

The situation resolves into something like this: If your fishing is to be done in unobstructed waters, where the bass may be safely given his head and where the rod need never be brutalized, use a casting rod of split-bamboo, six-strip preferably; this for the reason that, equally as in the case of the fly-rod, the split-bamboo casting rod, of good quality, is in a class by itself. But if you fish in weedy lakes and rivers flowing through woodlands, where the run which may be allowed the bass is strictly limited, and where, at some period of the play, it is practically certain that you will have to give the butt, it is very much the best plan to use a good, sturdy solid wood rod. For ease and pleasure of handling and the utmost efficiency in casting the split bamboo; for hammer-and-tongs bass fishing, the usual sort, a solid wood rod will give you better service.

Camp, Samuel Granger. Fishing Kits and Equipment,. New York: Outing Pub., 1910. Print.

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