If work and the daily routine of life has got you feeling like you’re going to lose your sanity, there is no better time to pack up your gear and tell the family that you’re going fishing. Taking some time for yourself is essential to being able to put your best foot forward the rest of the time, both at work and at home. If you can’t remember the last time you took the time to go on a fishing trip, today is the day! As you pack up your gear, though, you may decide that some of your gear needs to be upgraded; general wear and tear, on top of neglect for a season or two, can wear down even the heartiest fishing gear. If it’s time to invest in a new fishing rod, you have so many options out there that will help you to land that next big catch. Not sure where to start? Why not start with a classic, the Shakespeare Ugly Stik Bigwater Fishing Rod.
This rod is chock full of all the features you need in a quality fishing rod. First, it’s comfortable to use for long trips out on the water. We all know that heavier is not always better when it comes to catching your favorite fish; lightweight rods are often going to be easier to handle for hours on end when it comes to casting and reeling in your catch. Combining lightweight with a comfortable, ergonomic EVA grip like the Bigwater Fishing Rod’s, means you can fish all day without feeling the fatigue. In addition a lightweight and ergonomic design, you want a rod that is strong enough to stand up to even the toughest haul. The Bigwater Fishing Rod is made up graphite and fiberglass to ensure that you can rely one hundred percent on both the strength and responsiveness of your rod when you need it the most.
When you are shopping for the perfect new rod for your next fishing trip, you deserve a rod that will stand the test of time. Shakespeare takes pride in designing rods that are strong but also durable. After all, a great rod is one that will land you big fish not just a few times, but for years to come, trip after trip. When you are deciding on the equipment that you want to take with you on your next self-care trip into the great outdoors, it’s always worth it to pay first and foremost for quality that’s going to keep you on the water longer.