An Easy Guide To Sea Fishing Rods And Reels

It is encased in a metal cup with a cone shaped nose. It is attached to the top of the rod. This is normally considered a freshwater reel, but occasionally is used for pier fishing.

No matter what style reel you choose, the types specifically designed for saltwater fishing will cost a little more than freshwater counterparts due to the fact that they require the use of materials that are corrosion resistant such as shielded stainless, anodized aluminum, bronze for bearings, and forged aluminum spools. The higher quality reels also employ the use of sealed bearings to make reeling smoother.

If you still have questions about saltwater fishing rods and saltwater fishing reels, go ahead and work with a local retailer (not those big box stores but rather a small tackle shop.)  You can get the rods and reels into your hands and really get a feeling about which one will work best for you.  Many people find that these products are an ideal investment and will provide you with the ultimate in quality but only when they are selected for you, by you.

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Daniel Eggertsen
Dan Eggertsen is a fellow saltwater fishing enthusiast to the point of obsession. :) He's been providing solid advice on saltwater fishing since 2004.

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