Fishing inside the sea or a lake or a pond or even in a small stream of water is too main stream. What if there was another way to catch fishes by not stepping into the water? Sometimes a large chunk of fishes often come in around 20 feet away from the shore of a beach due to the pull of the waves. This is called surf fishing. This is the type of fishing that amateur anglers are first into, so that they can learn the basics of fishing using rods. Surf fishing as we see is the most common type of fishing. This is one of the most difficult techniques. Rods called Surf Casting Rods are used for Surf fishing.
These rods are majorly used on shores of the beach or lakes to catch fishes and are very effective in doing so. They have sturdy telescopic poles and the sensitivity of the string is decent enough to acknowledge when a fish has been caught. Surf Casting Rods have longer handles and have to be long enough to reach out into the waves for the strings to land into the water at the intended place. They are sturdy as well as compact in design.