Re: buelah review
I used to think that price meant quality or a good rod. And, to some extent it does. I'm learning, late in life, that the things that make quality or a good rod have a lot more to do with how well I can use them and not nearly as much about price. I have several Beulah rods, and frankly they work just fine for me. Would a better caster get better results, in terms of casting distance, etc. from a more expensive rod? Maybe, but would he or she catch more fish?