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CUSTOM ROD AND REEL,1835 NE 25th St,Lighthouse Point,Florida 33064

Since it is getting closer to Christmas, we wanted to help yall out with some gift giving. If you have a fisherman or fisherwoman in your life and want to get them something special, check out Brush Island Outfitters in Pass Christian, MS. Shore Thing Charters own Capt Matt Tusa and his wife own the store. All you need to do is tell Matt what type of fishing they do, and how much you are looking to spend, he will take it from there. They have rods n reels, specialty inshore tackle, high end outdoor apparel, flip flops and much more. Capt Matt is usually there every afternoon, and on bad weather days. Speaking from experience, don’t try and guess what they might want. Go talk with the Pro and he will get you lined up with the best gear that they will actually use. Painless shopping.

The right panfish rod and reel is a conduit to the underwater world. Anglers often talk about rod tips, as the connection to lure and biting fish. But truly, the tip is no more important than the line, reel, or other aspects of the tool. Trouble is, the difference between a mismatch and a perfect fit can be subtle, even elusive. You can’t always put your finger on it, but when all the pieces—rod, reel, line, lure—fall into place, you know it.

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A person fishing for big catfish, carp or buffalo would not use the same type of rod and reel that a crappie fisherman would use. In order to avoid that proble, just ask the person what specific fishing tackle or fishing gear he or she would like for Christmas. Be prepared to write down specifics in order to get the right item for them.

Spinning rods are made from graphite or fiberglass with a cork or PVC foam handle, and tend to be between 5 and 8.5 feet (1.5–2.6 m) in length. Typically, spinning rods have anywhere from 5-8 guides arranged along the underside of the rod to help control the line. The eyes decrease in size from the handle to the tip, with the one nearest the handle usually much larger than the rest to allow less friction as the coiled line comes off the reel, and to gather the very large loops of line that come off the spinning reel's spool. Unlike bait casting and spin casting reels, the spinning reel hangs beneath the rod rather than sitting on top, and is held in place with a sliding or locking reel seat. The fisherman's second and third fingers straddle the "leg" of the reel where it is attached to the reel seat on the rod, and the weight of the reel hangs beneath the rod, which makes for a more comfortable way to fish for extended periods. This also allows the rod to be held in the fisherman's dominant hand (the handle on most modern spinning reels is reversible) which greatly increases control and nuance applied to the rod itself. Spinning rods and reels are widely used in fishing for popular North American sport fish including bass, , and . Popular targets for spinning in the UK and European continent are pike, perch, eel and zander (walleye). Longer spinning rods with elongated grip handles for two-handed casting are frequently employed for saltwater or steelhead and salmon fishing. Spinning rods are also widely used for trolling and still fishing with live bait.