Nowadays, more and more people use hard rods for fishing. Many people think that hard rods are not only faster to fish, but also more strong, so it is not easy to break the rod. Will a hard pole really be more difficult to break than a soft pole?
To answer this question, we must first find out why the fishing rod breaks. Each fishing rod will have a limit strength value, which is divided into two aspects: one is the top fishing strength, and the other is the handle fishing strength.
Top fishing intensity refers to the limit value that the fishing rod can bear the weight of heavy objects when it is used to catch heavy objects and the fishing rod is completely vertical to the ground. The horizontal fishing intensity refers to the limit value that the fishing rod can bear the weight of the heavy object when the heavy object is just off the ground or water.
Generally speaking, the level fishing intensity is of great reference. If you want to avoid breaking the rod as much as possible, you’d better understand the level fishing intensity of the fishing rod before buying the rod. For our commonly used comprehensive rod, the flat fishing intensity can reach more than 4 kg, and the better comprehensive rod can reach more than 6 kg.
There are many factors that determine the strength of a fishing rod. The most important ones are the thickness of the rod section and the thickness of the rod wall. The thicker the rod section, the less likely it is to break. Many fishing rods always emphasize how thin they are. Some even use cigarettes to compare with fishing rods, but too thin rods cannot be used to catch big fish.
The fishing rod is made by wrapping it layer by layer with carbon cloth, and then painting it. Therefore, the thickness of the rod wall is the number of layers of carbon cloth. The thicker the rod wall is, the more layers of carbon cloth are, and the more difficult it is to break the fishing rod.
Therefore, from the above analysis, it is not difficult to see that the strength and hardness of the fishing rod are not directly related. To judge whether a fishing rod is easy to break, we should first look at the thickness of the rod section and the thickness of the rod wall. From an intuitive point of view, the larger the weight of the fishing rod with the same length, the more difficult it is to break, because after the thickness of the rod wall and the thickness of the rod section increase, the overall weight of the fishing rod will inevitably increase.