Spinning Rods

Spinning Rods

Trout Area rods

The trout area is a fairly recent technique. this technique allows you to fish for spinning in the ponds for a...

River spinning rods

The ideal rods for spinning in the river normally have a weight between 0.5 grams and 40 grams. Lengths can vary...

Lake spinning rods

For fishing in the lake , the ideal rods for spinning are normally longer if I fish from the shore, otherwise if...

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There are mote types of spinning rods, depending on the type of fish you want to sneak on and the fishing grounds, it is right to choose a suitable tool, to avoid breaking the tool by straining it too much or not being able to tackle the fishing area because oversized compared to bait and line.

We try to give two notions that can help a beginner to understand better.
Choosing a fishing rod as the first tail I have to understand the type of predator I want to undermine, once decided this I will have to choose a suitable tool based on weight and length of the rod.

The weight indicated on the spinning rods will be the one that allows to throw weight baits included in the indicated band,
es. if the barrel shows 1-6gr I will have to fish with baits between 1 gram and 6 grams, using lighter baits I risk not being able to throw them correctly, if I use heavier baits I risk overloading the spinning rod and then breaking it.

The length of a spinning rod is another important factor, normally these rods vary in length between 6 ft and 10 ft.
To choose it correctly, I will have to understand the area where I want to fish,
es. If I go fishing in a lake and I will have to make very long casts, it will be a good idea to use a longer rod, because with a greater lever and therefore more power, on the contrary if I fish in a riale I had to use a very short rod like a 6 ft which will allow me to move more easily through the vegetation.

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