The “Take Kids Fishing” Online Course
Matching the right fishing rod to the child who will be using it is very important in ensuring that the child will have a fun experience while keeping themselves and others safe.
Because a rod that is either too big or two small can lead to frustration in casting while even putting themselves and others in harms way.
Also, it’s important to know the difference between a rod made for a spinning reel and one that is made for a push button reel so that a mis-match doesn’t happen.
Here’s what you’ll learn in the following video:
- How to identify a rod made for push button reels
- How to identify a rod make for spinning reels
- How to match rod length to the child that will be using it
- How to match rod power to the child that will be using it
- How to identify a rod made for bait casting reels
- Top recommendation for pairing rods with reels
Although there are a seemingly endless supply of fishing rods out there.
The matching of the right rod to the right reel to the child doesn’t have to be complex…
The easiest, safest, and most affordable thing to do is get a combo set (rod + reel + line) with a rod that is about at long as the child is tall.
This way, you’ll get the best overall value on your equipment and you won’t have to spend time putting it together since it’s all ready to go.
Once your child is showing a higher interest in fishing, then it’s time to advance to a more expensive and nicer setup.
P.S. – Have you seen the online fishing courses for adults yet? Click here to see all of the current courses being offered along with our exclusive fishing club for inshore fishermen.