WHY should you use a RIDICULOUSLY Long Fishing Rod?

This fishing rod is ridiculously long. The reason we chose to use this long fishing rod is because we are going for distance. This fishing rod gives us a big casting advantage. We are able to sling heavy weights much further than my 9’ Mojo surf. This rod is 15’ to be exact, but it can handle some of the monster fish that are lurking out there.

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