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As the name suggests, these are poles that are designed for tackling the margins of swims. Because of this, margin poles tend to be on the shorter end of the spectrum and you can find them anywhere between 4m and 10m in length. These are durable and lightweight poles, meaning that they are a great option for junior anglers who are looking to get started with pole fishing. Primarily designed for commercial carp fishing, margin poles are also favoured by match anglers who want to catch the large carp which inhabit the margins in these fisheries. These are the cheapest poles available to purchase, partly because they are shorter in length so have less material cost, and can cost anywhere between £50 and £300 – although you will find some top end poles exceeding this figure.

Pole fishing has been growing in popularity since its first introduction to UK fishing over a quarter of a century ago. Amongst some angling communities, it is now favoured over traditional rod and reel fishing because of the increased accuracy and presentation the pole allows you to achieve. As you’re able to make a mark on the pole, you can be certain that you’re fishing at the perfect depth each time, often allowing you to multiply your catches over the course of your standard session. It is also a complication free way of fishing, as there is very little that can go wrong in terms of tangles or breakages; provided you use the correct elastic and bait for your pole and your fish, you should be able to enjoy a lifetime of angling with a single pole. This is what often makes pole the preference for those anglers who enjoy the thrill of , as well as anglers who target commercial fisheries during their .

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The growing popularity of pole fishing and fly fishing is due in large part to the manufacturing of cheaper, lighter and stronger rods. When it comes to design, engineering and materials, Japanese technology produces some of the best quality fishing equipment in the world.
Graphite Carbon Fiber manufactured in Japan by Toray Industries, Inc, that is currently the world's largest producer of carbon fiber and Japan's largest producer of synthetic fiber

Some important points of carbon Graphite rods:

  • Modulus is the material’s ability to resist bending without breaking.
  • Higher modulus carbon results in sensitive, lighter and smaller in diameter rods.
  • High-modulus/high-strain reinforced graphite construction improves sensitivity.
  • carbon Graphite delivers greater strength without sacrificing fishing performance.
  • Rods are created from blanks with weights 20 percent lighter than comparative models.
  • Carbon rods are ultimate in high performance, power, accuracy and sensitivity.
  • Lightweight, third generation high Modulus and high strain-rate graphite yields great fishing rods.

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The growing popularity of pole fishing and fly fishing is due in large part to the manufacturing of cheaper, lighter and stronger rods. When it comes to design, engineering and materials, Japanese technology produces some of the best quality fishing equipment in the world.
manufactured in Japan by Toray Industries, Inc, that is currently the world's largest producer of carbon fiber and Japan's largest producer of synthetic fiber

Pole fishing techniques will give you the advantage when it comes to fishing. Using a pole during fishing is essential to catching fish in a fun, sporting-friendly way that gives you the adrenaline rush that comes with catching fish using a pole. Not only is pole fishing fun, but it’s also very challenging, especially when it comes to fighting big fish! So let’s begin by looking at these pole fishing techniques.