Before you buy new fishing rods check out this video! What are you really getting for your money? Are all of these different rods worth it or are some a better value? Matt explains his 4 favorite rod lines (from cheap to expensive) and what sets each one apart.
When choosing the best rod lines to invest your money Matt used the follow criteria… How sensitive are the rods? How consistent is the entire line? Do they make enough models to cover the average angler’s needs? Is this the best all-around rod in its class?
Dobyns Colt Series: http://bit.ly/2lU0LfV
The Colt is a great line of rods in the $80 price range. They cover all of your basic techniques with fairly slow actions that will help you land fish. Quality is excellent for the price and best of all, they seem to be consistent.
7′ Medium spinning- All around finesse
7′ Medium Heavy Crankbait – lipless and deep cranks
7′ Heavy- jigs, Texas rigs, small swimbaits
Dobyns Fury Series: http://bit.ly/2bGvlVV
The Fury line covers everything from finesse to giant swimbaits. Its a true “do everything” line of rods and you can do if for $120 a piece. These are fantastic rods for the price which some great models to choose from.
-7′ Medium Spinning – Finesse Fishing
-7′ Medium heavy – all around
-7’3″ Extra Heavy – Frogging
-8′ Heavy- Big Swimbaits and Glidebaits
Shimano Expride: http://bit.ly/2nTq9FL
The Expride is currently our favorite rod line on the market. They’re incredibly light and sensitive and perform along side rods that cost nearly twice their price. At $279, these rods are amazing!
-7′ Light + Spinning- Dropshot, Ned Rig, Tubes
-7’2″ Medium Heavy- All Around topwater, Texas rigs, reaction
-7’3″ Extra Heavy- Frog fishing
-7’11” Extra Heavy- Best Flipping Stick On The Market (at any price)
G Loomis NRX: http://bit.ly/2hedqsq
The NRX is the industry standard for sensitivity and ultra light performance. These rods are second to none and offer a variety of amazing models. If you’re looking for high-end performance that you can rely on year after year, the NRX is for you!
Stand Out Models…
– 802S JWR: Light Dropshot and Ned Rig
– 852C JWR: Shaky Head, small keitech, worms, finesse
-853C JWR: Light Jigs, Texas Rigs
-894C JWR: Heavy Jigs, Texas Rigs, Jig Head Swimbaits, big spinnerbaits
-Casitas 150: http://bit.ly/2geKxsp
-Curado 200K: http://bit.ly/2tHewEh
-Chronarch MGL: http://bit.ly/2n8DghB
-Metanium MGL: http://bit.ly/2ezIBfB
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