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David Sparks Ph.d Source Outdoor
by David Sparks Ph.d, click here for bio

Program: Sportsman's Spotlight
Date: May 16, 2019

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Hey outdoorsmen, I have a website for you for commercial products. I get emails from these guys all the time at the website sourceoutdoorgroup.com. Anyway, I am bombarded with their press releases and see some really neat things amongst which was a recent reach out entitled ARCTIC FIRE COMBOS- STRENGTH AND RELIABILITY FOR HARDCORE ICE ANGLERS. Here’s what it said: “ Anglers wanting to catch more fish in the hard-water season need to pay attention to detail to catch and land more fish. Whether you're after panfish or walleye, the new Arctic Fire Combos offer the best in sensitivity, action, and rod length to feel, set the hook, and land more fish. The rods and ball-bearing driven spinning reels are a marriage made in fishing heaven that will allow anglers to feel the difference the first time they use them.” I called the president of the company, Aaron McCaleb, to ask about the product. “The rods and ball-bearing driven spinning reels are a marriage made in fishing heaven that will allow anglers to feel the difference the first time they use them.

 

“Fiberglass composite blanks are durable enough to withstand the beating that freezing temperatures can deal out. The rod blank runs through the length of the handle to maximize feel and sensitivity.

 

Rubberized cork handles are warm and easy to grip in frigid temperatures and are designed to be used with gloves or bare hands. If you can't feel the bite, you can't catch the fish, so every detail was built into the handles to provide anglers with maximum advantage.

 

Rod guides have a high profile, allowing anglers to watch their line and prevent freeze-ups in the eyelets. Iced guides can cause catastrophic failure with sensitive fishing line, so maximizing line flow in icy conditions will bring more fish to the surface.

 

A graphite reel seat provides strength and stability on the working end of the rod. The graphite material is lightweight, ensuring the rod and reel stay balanced for ultimate sensitivity.”

 

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