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If you like fishing for Carp, Bass, Trout or Salmon using Telescopic Fishing Poles or Telescopic Fishing Rods, Fly Fishing or Tenkara rods, Surf Casting, Spinning or Bait Casting Rods then we are proud to present a wide selection and great deals for all your fishing needs. If you enjoy fishing with very light, powerful and sensitive rod made of a Higher Modulus Graphite Carbon, manufactured in Japan, then this is your guide to the top quality fishing tackle.

Fishing poles and rods vary in styles, width, length, weight and flexibility. A good rod may not instantly make you a better angler but a poor rod will be a limiting factor for any angler. Finding a good fishing rod starts with four basic considerations: your experience, your preferred way of fishing, where you're fishing and what you're trying to catch. When making your rod selection, remember the four most important components - Power, Action, Length, and Material. You then have a choice of several styles of rods to get the job done.

How to Buy a Fishing Rod?
Fishing Rod Types

Different kinds of fishing rods.

  • Carbon Pole Rods - These provide a level of precision that a rod and reel can't produce.
  • Hera Rods - Hera rod is the most powerful type of pole rod series.
  • Tenkara Rods - These are ultra-portable, lightweight, long telescopic rods extremely effective to use for fly-fishing small fast flowing streams.
  • Tenkara Universal Rods- These are the most powerful type of Tenkara rod series feature the best characteristics combining the power and strength of Hera rods and extreme flexibility and sensitivity of Carbon Pole rods with the supreme casting ability, exceptional fighting capabilities and the simplicity of Tenkara rods.
  • Fly Rods - These are thin, flexible fishing rods for casting artificial flies with hooks.
  • Telescopic Rods - These are collapsible and open to a full-length rod.
  • Ultra-Light Rods - These are short and very limber rods with tip actions from slow to fast.
  • Spinning Rods - These have large-diameter guides, the largest guide close to the handle.
  • Spin And Bait Casting Rods - These are designed to hold a reel, have small eyes and a forefinger grip trigger. They are more powerful than a spinning rod, use heavier line and handle a heavier cover.
  • Surf Casting Rods - These are oversized spinning or bait casting rods. They have long grip handles for two-handed casting.
  • Sea Rods - These are long, extremely thick, and feature huge and heavy tips, eyes, and handles.
  • Ice Rods - These are very short rods used to fish through holes in ice found on frozen lakes/ponds.
  • Trolling Rods - These are fast-action rods used for casting to the side of, or behind, a moving boat.
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What fishing rod blanks are made of?

The growing popularity of pole fishing and fly fishing is due in large part to the manufacturing of cheaper, lighter and stronger rods. When it comes to design, engineering and materials, Japanese technology produces some of the best quality fishing equipment in the world.
Graphite Carbon Fiber manufactured in Japan by Toray Industries, Inc, that is currently the world's largest producer of carbon fiber and Japan's largest producer of synthetic fiber

Some important points of carbon Graphite rods:

  • Modulus is the material’s ability to resist bending without breaking.
  • Higher modulus carbon results in sensitive, lighter and smaller in diameter rods.
  • High-modulus/high-strain reinforced graphite construction improves sensitivity.
  • carbon Graphite delivers greater strength without sacrificing fishing performance.
  • Rods are created from blanks with weights 20 percent lighter than comparative models.
  • Carbon rods are ultimate in high performance, power, accuracy and sensitivity.
  • Lightweight, third generation high Modulus and high strain-rate graphite yields great fishing rods.

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Important Characteristics for Rods:

  • Weight indicates rod’s strength, meaning the weight of line or lure required to flex a fully-loaded rod.
  • Action describing the rod’s bending force when you put pressure on the tip and how fast the rod returns to its neutral position.
  • Power describes the strength of the rod or it's lifting power, the amount of force needed to bend the rod.
  • Length: the longer the rod, the greater the mechanical advantage in casting, longer rod also give you much more control to fight the fish.
  • Number Of Pieces: Telescopic rods are designed to collapse that making them portable and less prone to breakage when transporting.
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