A fishing rod is a long, slender pole or stick used in fishing to cast a bait or lure into the water and to retrieve fish that has taken the bait.
Fishing rods are usually made of lightweight materials such as graphite, fiberglass, or bamboo, and are designed to be strong and flexible enough to withstand the weight and resistance of a fish pulling on the line.
They often have guides along the length of the rod to help control the line and prevent tangles, and a reel mounted on the handle to spool and retrieve the line.
Fishing rods come in many different lengths and styles, each designed for a specific type of fishing or fish species.
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