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HOW WE GET YOUR FISHING ROD BACK
Never lose a fishing rod again! The Savur Outdoors Fishing Rod Float is the most effective way to recover your lost fishing rod. We hear stories far too often of anglers losing their rods in the water. Our rod floats give you peace of mind so you can just fish. No more strapping pool noodles to your fishing rod, or using hazardous, tedious, and cumbersome tethers to keep your rods in check. Your boats and kayaks become messy and unorganized at times during a day of fishing, but it doesn't mean that when your attention falls away from the expensive clutter laying on the deck of your boat that it has to cost you a valuable fishing rod.
Savur Rod Floats are affixed to your rod, so that they become a component of your rod. There is no way for Savur Rod Floats to affect the sensitivity of your fishing rod. They become the handle of your fishing rod, unlike conventional rod floats or pool noodles that you see zip tied or taped to the backbone of rods. These applications greatly diminish the balance and sensitivity of your fishing rod. When you pick up a fishing rod in the store, especially for bass fishing, are you looking for the least sensitive, dullest feeling rod that you can find, NO!! You are looking for the most responsive, lightest, and best balanced rod that you can afford, RIGHT!! That is why we designed the Savur Rod Floats to become part of any brand of fishing rod that you choose.
This page is dedicated to showing you how to install your Savur Rod Floats. Keep in mind that all conventional fishing rods are constructed similarly, but they are not all the same. So take your time on the first one and after that first one, you will become a pro at installing Savur Rod Floats. Thank you for visiting and if we can answer any questions please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.