The rod power classification noted above is the same as that used by most of the leading rod manufacturers in the world such as G. Loomis, Major Craft and St. Croix.
Therefore, I consider this classification to be a standard in the rod industry and can be used as a reference.
Rod Strength Classification using the PE Rating system
PE rating rod power
A rod strength classification system based on.
The PE system is often found on jigging and popping rods
Rod maker B, on the other hand, classifies rods Phone Number List based on 8-stitch rope (8 PE strands). So the PE 2-4 rod output will be able to handle 45-65lb rope.
As this is confusing, the best method is to refer to the manufacturer’s website or read reviews about the rod.
The PE system is based on rope diameter
2 Where it may cause confusion. A rod maker classifies rods based on 4-thread (4 PE strands). So the PE 2-4 rod output will be able to handle 20-40lb rope.
Important factors when choosing rod strength:
The strength of the rod is important to determine the appropriate weight of the lure. If you throw the lure beyond the allowed spec, it is possible that you will damage the rod blank from the inside.
If you’re a Gong Lei-style ferocity in handling fish, then it’s better to use a higher strength rod.
Some manufacturers also mail
However to this day there is still no real standard in the measurement of rod strength
So there is some confusion in determining the Mailing Lead power of the rod.
Manufacturer A classifies their 6-12lb rods as the lightweight category
Manufacturer B classifies their 6-12lb rods as the medium category.
Confused isn’t it?
To avoid confusion, ignore the category labels (ultra light, light and so on..).
Instead just focus on the maximum limit of rope strength.
The table below displays the power classification according to the maximum strength of the rope.