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 <!--td {border: 1px solid #ccc;}br {mso-data-placement:same-cell;}--><h1>Casting Fishing Rods</h1><p>Theres nothing like the relaxation when you fish from a freshwater pond or take a boat ride to catch some saltwater fish. Casting fishing rods have a reel near the handle so you can control the line with your finger. You can choose from rods designed for a specific fish species or ones made exclusively for saltwater or freshwater fish. Furthermore, some include a spinning reel positioned on the bottom of the rod that accommodates lures designed to entice fish to bite.</p><h3>Freshwater Casting Rods</h3><p>When fishing for trout, salmon and other fish in lakes and rivers, <a href="">freshwater casting rods</a> are available in medium, medium heavy and heavy rod options to handle different line strengths. Manufacturers use a combination of materials, such as carbon fibre, graphite or fibreglass, so rods are strong, yet flexible. Additionally, they are available in short to longer lengths up to 3 metres. Longer rods enable anglers to have more control over the fish to reduce stress on the line. </p><h3>Saltwater Casting Rods</h3><p><a href="">Saltwater casting rods</a> may include a split-grip, cork handle for improved handling, whether using the rod for baitcasting or spinning. Due to the corrosive nature of saltwater, choose rods with coated guide wraps and anodized reel seats. Since youll be fishing for heavier fish, youll need a heavier line. For example, 13 weight line is appropriate to catch offshore seawater fish, such as marlin and tuna that weigh between 22 to 90 kilograms.</p><h3>Fish Species Casting Rods</h3><p>Anglers like to match the rod with the target fish species to increase their success rate when fishing. <a href="">Bass casting rods</a>, for instance, are designed to handle large lures and heavier lines to help get fish closer to the boat. Anglers fishing for barramundi may prefer a rod that measures 1.6 metres and is made from graphite or a graphite composite. On the other hand, you may catch more Murray cod using a rod that has a reel rated for 7 kilograms of drag pressure due to the aggressive nature of the species.</p> 

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