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A fishing rod is a long, flexible rod used to catch fish. At its simplest, a fishing rod is a simple stick or pole attached to a line ending in a hook (formerly known as an angle, hence the term angling). The length of the rod can vary between 2 and 20 feet (0.61 and 6.10 m). To entice fish, bait or lures are impaled on one or more hooks attached to the line. The line is generally stored on a reel which reduces tangles and assists in landing a fish.
Traditionally rods are made from bamboo, while contemporary rods are usually made from fibreglass or carbon fibre. In contrast with nets, which are usually used in subsistence and commercial fishing, fishing rods are more often used in recreational fishing and competitive casting. Fishing rods come in many sizes, actions, lengths and configurations depending on whether they are to be used for small, medium or large fish or in different fresh or salt water situations. Various types of fishing rods are designed for specific types of fishing. Fly rods are used to cast artificial flies, spinning rods and bait casting rods are designed to cast baits or lures. Ice fishing rods are designed to fish through small holes in ice covered lakes. Trolling rods are designed to drag bait or lures behind moving boats.
For sale is a Favorite Phantom Casting Rod. I bought this rod new awhile back but seeing as how I don't do much bass fishing any more the rod just sits there and it's too nice to not be used. I fished with it 2 or 3 times and found it to be very sensitive, cast effortlessly and feel great to...
Hey all I have a berkley buzz Ramsey im8 spinning rod paired up with an okuma inspira spinning reel. This setup is brand new and has never been fished. Great salmon or steelhead rod. 9ft medium heavy. Reel is spooled up with 30lb braided line and has factory carbon drag- super smooth drag. Solid...
I have several rod/reel combos for sale. I don't fish much so I'm cleaning out the garage. My loss your gain on the rods. If the rod/reel is still posted its still available. Cross posted from Craigslist. I will knock 10% off the price for forum members.
All Halibut/Sturgeon reels have I...
1923 Ford Hot Rod.
9" Ford rear end
Very fast, very fun!
May be open to trade/partial trade (interested in firearms, Dodge Dakota convertible, 56 Buick, Chevy SSR, Plymouth Prowler, Pontiac Solstice, quality roll away/tools, etc).
1941 Chevrolet Deluxe Sedan Hot Rod. I am selling this car for my father-in-law. The car is beautiful but will need to be completed (interior/carpet/headliner). The car has the following:
-327 cubic inch from a 1966 Corvette
-Bored 30 over
-New pistons, rods, and main bearings
I've been meaning to get more into fly fishing for almost 20 years. Finally decided that this is the year! Here is my first trout, about a 15 inch rainbow. Who else has pics of their first fly rod catch (doesn't have to be trout)?
Selling my Glock 43 with upgrades.
ZEV Tech Fulcrum trigger -129
Tungsten Guide Rod - 79
Double Diamond 3.5lb Connector -25
Trijicon HD night sights- 130
G-Code INCOG -79
has talon grip on the grip
comes with 3 magazines
If you are looking for the ultimate in reliability and conceal ability...