Fenwick® Elite Tech Jig / Worm Fishing Rod

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Fenwick® Elite Tech Jig / Worm Fishing Rod. Set the hook on HUGE limited-time SAVINGS!

Once they're gone, they're gone... so reel this deal in quickly! The Fenwick Elite Tech Jig / Worm Fishing Rod features:
  • 6'6" one-piece construction
  • 9 Fuji Alconite guide system... lighter, stronger and more durable
  • Pinpoint accuracy, big hook-setting power to pull fish from the weeds
  • Effective with lighter jigs but powerful enough for heavier baits, too
  • Line weight: 10-lb. to 15-lb. test
  • Lure weight: 3/16 to 3/8-oz.
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Properly Matching Lure/Line/Rod

Mismatched gear results in bad things happening. Knowing and understanding which rods and line to match with specific lures takes a little experience. As an angler begins to get the "feel" of properly matching up his gear to match the presentation, more bass will be coming over the boat's gunnels!

Some Thoughts On Rod Handles

Some years ago Mark Sosin was in town to film a show with Florida's Capt. Chet Jennings. It looked like he had 20 rods on Jennings' boat. What struck me was they all had very short handles -- shorter than what you find on the average store-bought rod. We discussed our shared preference for short handles. Here are some advantages of fishing with a short-handled rod.

Fishing: Catching, Casting Tips

There are many reasons that a few anglers catch more fish than the rest. After 15 years of guiding inshore anglers, I can state unequivocally that the first and foremost reason has to do with casting and rod handling skill. Here are some tips to help you hook more fish.

Better Your Casting By Better Understanding Your Equipment

Do you want to know how to catch more bass from shallow water at any time of year? It's simple ... become a better caster! By improving your casting, you'll become better at placing lures into tight quarters surrounded by branches, overhangs, stumps, laydowns, and so on.

Catch More Bass With Better Casting

Do you know what one of the most important traits of expert, shallow-water fishermen is? Before I tell you, just think about the habitat that bass occupy in shallow water -- stumps, lay downs, flooded timber, docks, weed edges and so on. Now think about what it takes to put a lure to where a bass will attack it. Yes, casting accuracy is the answer. And here are some tips to get more accurate with your casting.

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