When choosing between a spin fishing rod and overhead or baitcaster varieties, it is important to consider what type of fishing you are going to be doing.
Spin fishing rods are great to teach first-time anglers how to fish, because they are easy to cast. The spooling systems in spin rods are less likely to create a tangle in your line, compared to overhead or baitcaster reels.
You can wind spin reels very quickly, which is important when using lures that require a fast retrieval speed, such as metal slugs when fishing for Australian salmon, tailor or bonito.
The Jarvis Walker Devil II Spin Combo has a sensitive fibreglass rod tip so you can detect the bites of any fish. It can be used for casting lures or bait fishing. It is suitable for small to medium sized species of fish, including salmon, tailor, flathead, bream and trout. The solid rod tip won’t break easily, so you can fish with confidence and rest easy when it travelling with it in your boot, pod or roof racks.
Featuring a ball-bearing reel that comes spooled with suffix line, so all that you need to do is tie on a lure or rig and start fishing!
Ball bearing reel
Solid tip fibreglass rod
Spooled with suffix line