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Just a note that I have priced fixed rods for sale, $199 +tax. Custom ordered these rods would cost at least $125 more. The Long Islander Series.

There are spin and casting rods ranging from bucktail rods to cod rods. Also great buys on stand up rods.

Capt Neil
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Here are pics of some of the rods.

Perfect for Christmas and holiday gifts.

Call me at 631-567-8049 for info and to set up a meeting.

Thank you,
Capt Neil


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There are many types of fishing rods available, each designed for specific fishing techniques and species of fish. Here are some of the most common types of fishing rods you can find:
  1. Spinning Rods: Spinning rods are the most popular type of fishing rod and are suitable for a wide range of fishing techniques. They feature a fixed spool reel and a flexible rod that can cast lightweight lures and baits.
  2. Baitcasting Rods: Baitcasting rods are designed for more advanced anglers and are used for casting heavier lures and baits. They have a revolving spool reel and a stiffer rod that provides more power and control.
  3. Fly Fishing Rods: Fly fishing rods are designed for fly fishing, which involves casting a lightweight fly lure with a special fly line. These rods are typically longer and more flexible than other types of fishing rods.
  4. Surf Rods: Surf rods are designed for surf fishing, which involves fishing from the shoreline or in shallow water. They are typically long and powerful, with a heavy-duty reel that can handle larger fish.
  5. Telescopic Rods: Telescopic rods are collapsible and are a great option for anglers who need a portable rod for travel or storage. They are available in a variety of styles, including spinning and baitcasting.
These are just a few examples of the many types of fishing rods available. When choosing a fishing rod, it's important to consider the type of fish you're targeting, the fishing tmc bilge pump technique you'll be using, and your personal preferences and skill level.
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