Fishing Rods

Is there anything more freeing, exciting and full of adventure than a day spent out on a fishing trip? We believe there isn’t!

For an ideal fishing trip, preparation is key, and a big part of the preparation comes from reliable, high-quality equipment that will help you get the biggest catch.

Explore our selection of top-notch, versatile fishing rods to add to your collection of fishing equipment today.

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Frequently Asked Questions

There are several ways to divide rods into types:

  • By length. There are shorter rods and there are longer ones. They can range from 4 to 14 feet. Shorter ones are stronger and easier to manoeuvre, but longer rods can be used to make a long cast.
  • By material. There are fibreglass rods, graphite rods and composite tods. Each of these types differs in terms of stiffness, flexibility and weight, so they are used for different kinds of fish and waters.
  • By bending. There are fast, medium and slow action rods, and that is defined by which part of the fishing rod bends. Whether the rod bends in the middle, top or bottom part affects how fast the rod comes from the loaded position to its original shape. Rods that bend at the bottom part are slow action rods, the ones that bend in the middle are the medium action rods and the ones that bend at the top part are the fast action rods.
  • By rod power, Rod power is basically how much pressure a rod can withstand and that is defined by the rod's weight. The rule of thumb is “heavier rods for larger fish and lighter rods for smaller fish”.

Which fishing rod will be the best for you depends on your personal fishing situation. For example, if you are after some larger fish, it is better to stick to heavier, shorter, fast action rods, and if you want to catch some smaller fish, opt for more lightweight, probably longer, slow action rods.

Fishing rods are mainly made of three types of materials: fibreglass, graphite and composite material, which is usually either a mixture of fibreglass and graphite or one of them with some other modern material. Rods made of fibreglass are considered traditional - they are heavier, stronger, more durable and more affordable but have less sensitivity. Graphite fishing rods are very stiff and super lightweight, but they are on a little pricier side when compared to the fibreglass ones. Composite fishing rods are flexible, sensitive and quite lightweight - basically, they take the best from both materials. The latter can be used on almost any kind of water.