Quality comes from pride, not the kind of show off pride that leads to confrontation and lack of discipline. No. The kind of pride that makes man want to achieve the very best, not just for themselves, but others in the community.
As an avid angler I look for the very best in fishing tackle, I do not settle for the second rate Wal-Mart tackle, I pride myself in knowing what is quality made craftsmanship and this is almost always done by local state fisherman who realizes change can make a better bait, reel or rod.
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In my Pro Staffing this year I have come across and now Promote for, “hands down some of the best rods on the planet. The detail, patience and handcrafted precision that go into these rods is astounding, and on the edge of perfection.”
No, I don’t only say this as someone who promotes them and gets paid to do so. Truth is, I don’t get paid by this team, unless through my own site and team. But, that’s not what I am here to say.
From amateur, couple times a year fishermen, climbing the ranks all the way to tournament bass winning anglers, these performance rods act on a style of their own. You can cast 20% farther than other rods at the same weights, with smooth glide eyelet molding. Slight sensitivity levels from heavy bass rods are seldom seen, this is not the case when it comes to Gary’s rods.
In the late 1970’s, Gary started a regional company called Wellington Products that made fishing rods into the mid-80’s. In the early 80’s, he won a large AFTMA fishing tournament in Florida competing against anglers from around the world.
You see what I’m getting at? These rods are not built by mass producing companies to be found in every tackle store around the world. They are in fact made by hand from a team of experienced anglers who know that catching fish is just plain fun! And, to have fun fishing, the elimination of low-quality equipment, prone to breaking, must take place before you nonchalantly pick that equipment.
Which is why I am sharing my story, not just mine, but other anglers reviews, to help you decide whether you want to waste time and effort, buying cheaply made gear, that will break down and cost more. Or.
To learn about the Esox Edge Course, which will save that time and effort 10 fold over the course of many fishing ventures. You can beat the hell out of these rods, and the will continue to catch fish time and time again. Try that with a, well I won’t name drop other brands but, the yellow and black color combo of Wal-Mart rods.
Easy Kasting has begun Lure Making
It’s been a long time coming that Easy Kasting would have it’s own spinner baits, bass jigs, and prime tackle to show the fishing industry that EK can produce their own numbers.
I have been in the shop the last week and a half, getting it charged up and ready to integrate my own tackle for fellow anglers. Samples have been created, testers will soon be contacted, giving way to a new milestone in #EKPrimeTackle’s realm.
As it stands, I am awaiting Pro-Tech powder coat paint, highly anticipated new epoxy formula to withstand chips and cracks of everyday use, among other production tools for my new annihilator spinner baits.
Please, don’t forget to check out the Esox Edge free course in choosing quality over quantity fishing rods. The Esox Edge Course.
If you’re looking to buy new gear for your next time out on the lake, it wouldn’t hurt to get the course sent to you before you go, would it? You may learn something about fishing.
Give me a call @ +1 844 EZ-KAST-7