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Casting rods and trigger rods


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#1 krisjack69

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Posted April 10 2007 - 02:00 AM

What is the difference between a casting rod and a trigger rod?I always wondered what the difference is.I'm guessing it has two trigger things on the bottom of the rod instead of the usual one.

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Posted April 10 2007 - 04:35 AM

Well, you could say that a "casting rod" requires the use of a levelwind reel, while a "spinning rod" needs a spinning reel.  Some might say that a casting rod is a shorter stick with a pistol grip while a trigger stick has the straight handle.  I say it can go either way.
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Posted April 10 2007 - 04:54 AM

Casting rods and trigger rods are one in the same. Most 5'-6" casting rods have pistol grips, and most of the ones over that length are trigger rods.  Spinning rods don't usually have triggers or pistol  grips. Although I had an ultralite Daiwa spinning rod at one time with a pistol grip  :-?

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Posted April 10 2007 - 07:14 AM

The rods are the same made for baitcasting. The difference is in the reel seat, a casting seat has no trigger (made for the larger casting reels), were as a trigger seat has the trigger (much like you see on the majority of baitcasting rods today).