Choosing A Fishing Rod
- Fishing Rods Information
- Choosing the Right Fishing Rod
- Tennessee Handle On A Fishing Rod
- Roberts Wrap On A Fishing Rod
- Choosing A Rod For Topwater Lures
- Pick the Right Rod For Swimbaits by Craig Gottwalls
Repairing A Fishing Rod
Rods break and they can't be fixed. But rod tips and guides can be replaced and you can continue to use the rod. It is a good idea to carry a small repair kit with thread, ferrule cement, a lighter and a selection of rod guides and tips in your tackle box.
- Replacing the Guide On A Rod
- Replacing A Rod Tip Guide
- Fishing Rod Repair - Harv says you can repair a broken rod.
- Rod and Reel Maintenence
I have fished with many rods over the years and have my favorites. The rods below all serve a specific need for me and I am still using all of them. All have good points and bad points. If you can, borrow a rod or go fishing with someone and use their rods to see what works best for you. The choice of a rod is a very personal thing and what works for me may not be the best choice for you. As you can see, some readers like some specific rods and have sent in reviews to post.
- Castaway Spinning Rod Review
- Deep South Casting Rod Review
- All Star Fishing Rod Review
- Bass Pro Shop Bionic Blade Rod Review by William Woods
- G. Loomis Crankbait Rod Review by Phil Williams
- Esox Rod Review by Dale Chronister
- St. Croix and Cabelas Rod Building Kit by Fritz Nordengren
And finally, a fishing rod joke from Bill Jones