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Sage X Fly Rod
    Sage X Fly Rod

    $760.00

    WAS: $950.00*

    Sage FOUNDATION Fly Outfit
      Sage FOUNDATION Fly Outfit

      $575.00

      WAS: $650.00*

      Sage Foundation Fly Rod
        Sage Foundation Fly Rod

        $350.00 - $425.00

        WAS: $425.00*

        Fenwick® Eagle® Spinning Rod
          Fenwick® Eagle® Spinning Rod

          $59.97 - $69.97

          WAS: $69.99 - $79.99*

          Daiwa Tatula Casting Rod
            Daiwa Tatula Casting Rod

            $149.99 - $159.99

            Dobyns Fury Casting Rod
              Dobyns Fury Casting Rod

              $129.99 - $139.99

              St. Croix Avid X Spinning Rod
                St. Croix Avid X Spinning Rod

                $189.97

                WAS: $219.99*

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                Explore Fishing Rods at Public Lands

                There's nothing quite like the moment a fish bites. To get to that point, you need to choose the perfect fishing rod.

                Type

                A trolling rod allows you to fish along the back of a moving boat, dragging the lure after you. Baitcasting rods aren't necessarily the best choice for beginners, but they give advanced anglers more cast control.

                Fly fishing rods are highly flexible, and they're good for catching fish with artificial lures. Spinning rods are also relatively easy to control. They're less likely to tangle than some other options.

                Length

                Fishing rods can range anywhere from 4 to 14 feet, and each length has benefits and drawbacks. A longer rod lets you cast farther out, but it's also harder to control.

                A shorter rod is easier to manage, but it can't reach nearly as far. These rods have more power, so they're often necessary if you're looking to catch huge fish.

                Action

                Action describes the bendability of your rod: Where does it bend and how much?

                Fast action rods bend near the tip, and they're very strong. You can immediately and easily feel a fish nibble with these. They're ideal for catching large fish.

                For a bend in the middle of the pole, you'll want a medium-action rod. You'll receive pretty good feedback from these, and you can cast them a reasonable distance. Additionally, they're a bit slower, so they give fish more time to bite.

                Slow action rods, which are entirely bendable, demand more effort when reeling in fish.

                Even the best rod won’t help you without accessories. Organize your things with one of our tackle storage options before heading out.