Getting Ready for Next Fishing Season
Prep Work Now, Can Pay Off Later!
For those fortunate anglers that live in areas where Mother Nature is less harsh during the winter months, their boats and lines never stay dry...
The Rod Glove was one of the first products on the market to provide protection for rods and reels for anglers. Starting back in 2010, the Rod Glove was designed with anglers in mind. With so many Pros now using the product, new consumers may wonder what sets our products apart from the rest.
This weekend the top student angler teams from across the nation will compete at the Tenkiller Lake in Oklahoma. The students have had to finish in the top 10 percent of the field in one of four tour events or win a state qualifier in order to participate.
If you travel or are looking for a bit more protection, take a look at the Rod Glove Pro Series.
The weather is warm and so is the fishing and if you will be carrying your rods to either the boat or the shoreline, you will want an easy way to keep them bundled.
Fish with The Rod Glove's Randy Howell Sweepstakes, by Bassmaster is allowing one individual to not only win a day fishing with this Pro Angler, but also win a bass boat and prize pack.
Chris has fished in the BASS Northern Opens both as a co-angler and recently as an angler. Although presenting it's challenges, Chris is determined to one day make it pro in the Bass Opens and qualify for the Bassmaster Elite Series and ultimately the Bassmaster Classic.
One of the issues with kayak angling is getting your gear safely to the boat launch. Since storage is key on a kayak, the most common way to hold rods on the yak is in a rod holder. Unlike a boat, this means that your rods need to be transported and the Rod Glove keeps your rods and reels protected during transportation on and off the water.