Big game fishing rod

Fishing rods are all different. From power to length to action, you need to be able to choose the right rod for the job. Deep-sea coarse fishing is no exception. Rods for big game fishing need to be compact, good casters with a good reserve of power.

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Spinning rod Bone Travel
Spinning rod Bone Travel

Spinning rod Bone Travel

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Spinning rod Zenaq Sinpaa

Spinning rod Zenaq Sinpaa

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Powerful rods for big game fishing

Fish are powerful at sea. Even when targeting a particular species, it's not unusual to come across much bigger fish. So when you're looking for tuna, grouper or other powerful fish, it's important to have the right rod.

To compensate for the power of saltwater fish, it's important to fish with powerful, strong rods. These rods need to be able to handle lures or baits with precision while giving you total control over the fight.

As well as the power of the rod rod, you need to look at its action. This is the parameter that should be taken into account to determine the capabilities of the rod. A Fast or Extra Fast action will give you plenty of reserve power to hold off a fish or tuna.

Rods for lure and bait fishing

Big game fishing, which is mainly done from boats, uses lures as natural bait. There are rods to suit all these techniques, to make fishing as comfortable as possible and to present the rig as naturally and attractively as possible.

Depending on the species you're after, such as tuna, grouper, trevally or shark, the baits you use will be different. We know, for example, that sharks have difficulty attacking lures and prefer natural baits. When fishing for this species, you will need to choose a rod that is suitable for using bait.