Styles of Bait Casting Rods
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Styles of Bait Casting Rods

Styles of Bait Casting Rods




      

Styles of Bait Casting Rods


Styles of Bait Casting Rods

Bait-casting rods are made in one-piece style with independent butt; in two joints and in three joints. One-piece rods are obviously the best and. also obviously, the worst. That such a rod will have the finest attainable action and the greatest strength goes without saying but the rod doesn't "go" without trouble. They are very unhandy things to carry. For ordinary use they are not desirable. Personally I always suspect a two-piece rod with ferrules directly in the middle where the greatest strain comes; but many costly rods are made in this way by makers who are supposed to know their business. However, the two-piece rod is not here advised. The rod in three joints is the best for the everyday angler; it is handy to carry and preferable in other ways.

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

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