A fishing pole, also commonly referred to as a fishing rod, is a specialized tool designed for angling or fishing, consisting of a long, flexible shaft typically made of lightweight materials such as fiberglass, graphite, or carbon fiber. It features a reel mounted near the handle, which holds a fishing line wound onto a spool. The fishing pole is equipped with guides or eyelets along its length to guide the fishing line and facilitate smooth casting and reeling. The design of the fishing pole varies based on the type of fishing and target species, with characteristics such as length, power, and action tailored to specific angling techniques and preferences. It serves as a crucial instrument for anglers in both freshwater and saltwater environments, enabling them to cast bait or lures into the water, detect bites, and effectively land fish.

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