meaning of bankstick

bankstick meaning in Fishing Dictionary

a straight pole this is certainly directed at one end and is threaded at the other end. The pointed is forced to the ground. and to the threaded end is screwed a rod remainder, keepnet or bait alarm. A reed cutter can be screwed into a bankstick rendering it into a long handle. In addition if sitting in a chair an angler can use two banksticks with a pole rest mounted on each so your rod is held from the ground within right level for achieving