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    The 18 Best Surf Fishing Rod and Reel Combo

    By Josh Hassell / March 22, 2019

    Surf fishing is among the most exciting types of fishing for most anglers. It’s entirely different and a bit more demanding which is why you need the best equipment. Wrong gear sets you up for failure, and you’ll just end up losing valuable time. What you need is the right rod and reel combo that […]

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      The 7 Best Swimbait Rod in 2019

      By David Chavez / February 18, 2019

      Have you ever tried using big swimbaits? If you’ve been considering it, the first thing you need is a swimbait rod because your crankbait rod will just not do. While crankbait rods are great, they’re more suitable for smaller swimbaits. Anything bigger and heavier will be quite hard to cast with such a rod. So, […]

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        Best Travel Baitcasting Rod

        By Brett Freese / January 24, 2019

        Baitcasting rods are probably the most popular choice especially when you’re looking for a travel rod. These allow for casting crank baits, spinner baits, and jigs with high accuracy. Nonetheless, people use them because they allow more precision and can launch the bait further. Though they require some practice, they’re ideal for traveling. This type […]

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          The Best Telescopic (Collapsible) Fishing Rod

          By Josh Hassell / January 24, 2019

          Are you looking for convenient fishing gear? If so, a telescopic fishing rod is a must. They’ve been around for some time and are standard equipment of many experienced anglers. Telescopic fishing rods are more and more popular by the day due to their collapsible size. They are ideal to fit in a backpack, your […]

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            The Different Types of Fishing Rods

            By Brett Freese / January 14, 2019

            Regardless of whether you’re a professional or a beginner, you need a quality fishing rod. If you’ve been looking for one, you must have noticed that there are so many different types. Many of these poles are made for different species, locations, and methods. For this reason, you’ll find some rods to be longer and […]