Titanium frame i always thought refured [spelling] to the ringsBassorama said:to lace some of your shoes when it comes to plugging know how.
I know a little about plugs, but it's my rod knowledge that is lacking and after looking through some of Vidars links could you tell me what the following means please:
1. "Titanium frame Japanese impregnated high modulus Graphite” - is a frame what the Japanese refer to as a blank? Also, what is modulus graphite?
2. What is a "fast TAPER action" - what does taper refer to? I thought a rod was either slow, meduim, medium fast, fast etc etc?
3. Also, nothing to do with rods, but what does a "quarry" refer to when talking about fishing?
I'm looking for a freshwater baitcasting rod and points 1 and 2 have come up a few times.
Thanks in advance.
Impregnated high modulus graphite referes to the blank material all graphite i believe is modulus the high modulus referes to the amount of carbon in the blank
fast taper action i have always been under the impression that a fast taper rod meant a rod with quite a stiff tip with a fast recovery
quarry is the fish we are after
for a freshwater baitcast rod have a look at the ugly stick's in the 7' or shorter the through action of these will suit a baitcast reel down to the ground
bet i'm wrong on more than one count dai