The Shakespeare Tiger Rod Is Great For My Kids
I got my kids into fishing from an early age. I got them both a Shakespeare Tiger rod and they’ve been loving the sport and the art of fishing ever since. The Tiger rod is perfect for beginners and that’s why I had to get it for my kids. The rod is perfect for people of all levels and ages and I love that it’s safe for my kids.
My... [Read more of this review]
Fishing Like Your Ancestors with Bamboo Fishing Rods
I’m very interested in fishing with the very basics. I don’t like to go out and get the fanciest materials. When people started fishing centuries ago, they didn’t have extremely fancy fishing rods or anything like that. It can be a lot of fun to get down to basics and see what you can do with the simplest items.
I’ll go out with... [Read more of this review]
My Father Prefers to Use a Bamboo Fishing Pole When He Goes Fishing
Whenever my father walks into a fishing store, he is never interested in the flashy fiberglass poles that the store usually has for sale. My father has never used one of these poles because he doesn’t like the way that they feel in his hands. He grew up using a wooden fishing pole so he feels a lot better sticking to some kind of pole that has... [Read more of this review]
The Super – Yet Simple – Spinning Rod
This is the rod I always used as a kid, and I think that’s because of the guides along the underside of the rod; I suspect my grandfather (being the adult most likely to take me) more or less insisted on it, so as to make the whole process easier on everyone involved, you know? Besides, we mostly fished for trout.
See, a spinning rod is what it... [Read more of this review]
Shakespeare Rods for Communing with Nature
One touch of nature makes the whole world kin. I wasted time and now time doth waste me. Shall I compare thee to a summer’s day? There are so many quotes out there by William Shakespeare that I suspect I could find one specifically about fishing rods if I tried really hard. But it will have to be offline, in that collected works of Shakespeare... [Read more of this review]
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