There’s definitely a wrong way to hold a baitcasting rod. Bass pro and fishing educator Shaw Grigsby delivers a very important tip on the correct way to position casting rods and reels for bite detection and solid hooksets. When done improperly, you won’t have the leverage needed to set the hook, work your lure, and feel bites.
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