I think that many anglers cannot feel a casting distinction between a $150 pole and a $750 rod. So the other time we challenged that theory. I experienced already been "blind screening" (pictures covered) some spending plan rods, and when that was more than, We added a high-end rod toward mix and had some contacts cast all of them once again. The "premier" stick came in 2nd spot. (I'm perhaps not planning to say just who won, and who don't, as it ended up being a rather unscientific test that only partly bolstered my hunch.)
Still, I think the organization with the guts doing a blinded side-by-side "cast off" using their inexpensive pole versus a costly rod (or rods) and wins with a statistically significant number of casters have the caretaker of all ad campaigns. However it defintely won't be very easy to display. A lot of those high-end rods have actually a distinctive look-be that their paint, their ferrules, the wraps, etc.-that's hard to disguise. But is that what many anglers are spending a hundred or so additional concerning?
In equity, I also contend that yes undoubtedly, casters that reach a certain level of skill really can have the difference between a low-end rod and a high-end pole, exactly like a skilled guitar player can hear the tones and have the activities which make a Martin or Taylor one thing special.