How to Maintain Fishing Rod

The fishing rod is the tool of the trade of a fisherman. This is the tool that allows him to fish and so is this that characterizes its work, making the fishing rod’s expression of that person as well as the technique that is about to take as each technique is a specific instrument with its own characteristics and peculiarities. Having regard to its importance, not only its proper selection but also a proper care are necessary to succeed in this type of sport and that is why here we go to bring back a set of directions that will help you understand how to clean and store your fishing rod in order to make it last as long as possible.

Be sure to have on hand:

Soft to medium bristle brush

Cotton cloth

Fresh water

There are many types of fishing rods, glass resin, carbon, super high modulus carbon, etc… The rods are a combination of technology and engineering, linking physical science to high-value and cost components such as carbon. The maintenance of this tool indispensable, as already mentioned for its lasting depends on the characteristics of each Rod are well defined and must be respected according to

Preservation technique means any fishing rod is characterized by technical data, such as length, weight, diameter and capacity, as well as the material it is made of. To keep the barrel over the years must offer a good use, specifications especially the scope must be strictly adhered to, so don’t throw weights greater than those indicated, not whip in wrong directions as carbon strips are placed with a certain geometry that guarantees strength and elasticity just for movement for which it was made. Protect it with a rod bag and protect the most delicate parts like cimino and rings.

Conservation for maintenance: after a fishing trip especially if at night, clean with cotton cloth each segment and loop before closing the barrel, with a soft to medium bristle brush to brush the handle and the bottom of the handle. Once you get home, take the rod and dip it for at least 30-40 minutes in fresh water, brackish or salt water, to clean it up from the ground and pollen (in the case of lake or river) dry away from heat and return it to the protective tube. This concludes our explanation and wish so you can keep working as long as possible on your valuable tool!