Picture the scene.
You are fishing from your favorite kayak, you toss our a topwater frog and start to bring it back to the boat. You pause for a moment to check your phone when unexpectedly a huge bass comes up and hammers your topwater frog.
You quickly try to put your phone in a safe location and yet at the same time you don’t want to lose this giant. Without thinking when you go to set the hook, you accidentally knock your second rod into the water.
How do you feel?
No doubt you are excited that you landed the fish, but most likely frustrated that you dropped your rod.
In a situation like this, this is not the time to ask the question: Will my fishing rod float? Better yet, now is the time to ask it, before you go fishing before accidents like this happen.
In this post, we are going to take a closer look at that question as well as offer you some cool tips to help protect your fishing rods from falling into the dark abyss only to be lost forever.