This fishing rod is super portable. The backpack fishing rod is tiny. But what is this fishing rod good for? Is this fishing rod junk, or is it a great find? We will be testing this rod out by doing two kinds of fishing, throwing lures, and throwing dead bait. Some people do lure fishing, and some people do bait fishing. It is a matter of preference, either way we will show you which method this rod is best for. Stay tuned to find out!
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Here is a list of links to Beach Fishing/ Pier Fishing gear. I would recommend to any beginners to have this stuff in your tackle bag.
5 Pack Fish Finder Sliding Sinker:
$5.98 on Amazon.com
100 pack Rigging beads:
$7.65 on Amazon.com
100 Pack of Swivels:
$5.49 on Amazon.com
4 pack 2oz Pyramid Sinkers:
$8.86 on Amazon.com
20 Pound Seagar Flourocarbon Line:
$11.00 on Amazon.com
30 Lb Power Pro Braided Line:
$21.27 on Amazon.com
25 pack Gamagatsu Live Bait Hooks:
$12.99 on Amazon.com
A 1600 variety set of hooks
$21.99 on Amazon.com