I have never thought it possible to enjoy fishing from the shore of the ocean, or do what more seasoned anglers than me call surf fishing. But it happened after I got invited by a friend to join him on a fishing trip. I was amazed to see what kind of fishing he was into, but I quickly developed a taste for it and I found myself drawn to the idea of being able to fish in this manner.
Because I enjoyed surf fishing right from my very first experience, I decided to get my own rod and reel for this kind of activity. I didn’t want to rely on my friend all the time, so I started to shop around and see what kind of rods and reels were available. I eventually bought the Yunong Spinning Rod and Reel Combo, and so far I have no regrets about making this purchase.
Here are some things I really love about this combo (besides the obvious fact that it is a combo, which means I saved a bit of money). What I like about it is that you can basically launch it from anywhere you like. You can launch it from the shore, which is what surf fishing is mostly about; you can launch it from a rock or a cliff, in case you go to areas where the beach is rocky. You can also launch it from a boat, and, no matter what your preference is, you will see quite quickly that you can rely on it for all your fishing trips.
I personally like that it has a really sturdy construction. When fishing in salt waters, anglers need a level of power and performance that not every rod and reel out there can provide. I learned the hard way that I needed a combo specifically for this purpose, after my former rod and reel broke during the trip with my friend I was telling you about.
I also have to say that casting is really smooth with this combo, so it is a real pleasure to fish using it. It is just the right tool for the right type of fishing and I have no regrets that I bought it. Now I can really enjoy all my fishing trips without worrying that my equipment will let me down when I least expect it. I hope you will get to love surf fishing, too. You only have to try it once!
For more info on casting techniques for surf fishing, check out this video: