Not the professional contractor, just the guy or gal who likes to fix their own stuff.
Does that mean we need a bunch of different rods to go fishing? But if you're thinking about getting a new rod, you need to give a little thought to how you'll be using it.
I remember many, many years ago when graphite rods first came out.
They were clunky, had minimal action, were fragile, and they cost about a hundred bucks apiece: We thought they were great!
I was spooling new line onto some of my rods and reels the other day.
That's a ritual for many anglers at the beginning of a fishing season.
After putting new line on my light jigging rod, my crankbait trolling rod, my spinnerbait rod, my slip-bobber rod, then finishing up with my jigworm rod, I got to wondering: Do I really need all these rod and reel combos just to catch a few fish?
I had just spent a couple of hours putting line on five rod and reel set-ups and still had several to go.
Maybe I'm confusing myself thinking I need a bunch of rods and reels to go fishing. Not a pro, just the guy or gal like most of us who goes golfing once a week or once a month.
Look at all the golf clubs they carry in their bag.