Field & Stream Inferno Casting RodsItem Number: 19487036
Price: $24.99 to $29.99
Powerful casters, Field & Stream™ Inferno Rods use high-end components for stellar performance. Aluminum oxide guides line the 24 ton graphite blank for smooth line movement that enhances casting. Split grip EVA handles make it easy to control all day. Designed with a 2 piece blank, these Field & Stream™ Inferno Casting Rods offer blank-through-rod construction that lets anglers feel every, little bite.
- 24 ton graphite rod blank for lasting durability
- Aluminum Oxide guides carry line smoothly and reduce friction
- Split grip with high density EVA handles for all-day comfort
- 2 piece blank through rod construction offers high bite transmission
- Field & Stream
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Power: M-Medium, MH-Medium Heavy, H-Heavy
Rod Power & Length: M 5'6"
- Model: FEHIC562M
- Line Weight: 6-12 lbs.
- Lure Weight: 1/4-5/8 oz.
Rod Power & Length: M 6'6"
- Model: FEHIC662M
- Line Weight: 8-17 lbs.
- Lure Weight: 1/4-5/8 oz.
Rod Power & Length: MH 7'0"
- Model: FEHIC702MH
- Line Weight: 8-17 lbs.
- Lure Weight: 1/4-1 oz.
Rod Power & Length: H 7'6"
- Model: FEHIC762H
- Line Weight: 10-20 lbs.
- Lure Weight: 1/2-1 1/2 oz.
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Country of Origin: China
Rated 4.1 out of 5 by 34 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by tigerfan Nice feel for an inexpensive rod People have been talking about how this rod is a back up. I found that it is light enough to fish all afternoon, sensitive enough to distinguish bass that are not active, and enough backbone to land fish in grass with confidence. Good buy for the price. May 14, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Rod1 this has a good field to it. the rod is very light and has a good field in casting and the guides give you a good line control. May 14, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Berkshirebassfishing Great rod for a two-piece! As rods go, infernos are nothing special-Chinese chopsticks are what some call rods like these. But, finding two piece casting rods in 7 ft med heavy is not easy. However, infernos come in two piece med heavy, so I have a cheap portable casting rod. I don't push it to its limits, and it serves me nicely. Finding a two piece spinning rod is easy, there are several makes and models of those. But most two piece casting rods are 6.5 ft long or less, and always medium action. I needed a med heavy 7 ft rod for fishin on the go. The inferno handles everything I throw on it, and still manages to be lightweight. It's not the most balanced rod, but for $30, i don't expect it to be. Hey, quality rods are one piece, but its inconvenient when you're a shore fishermen or on the go to port 7' or longer rods from place to place fully extended. Infernos offer convenient and not too bad rods at a great price. April 19, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Kstofla Best 5 bucks I ever spent Use it as a back up to my back up caught quite a few 3-5lb bass no complaints yet! April 1, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by macrx BUY REEL GET ROD FOR $5 salesman was very helpful and let me know of the buy reel get rod for $5 ... a nice setup March 25, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by rysadad good value for the price Only used once since I bought it. Decent rod at good price. Good feel and balance. March 11, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Cajunhemi Good value I needed (well wanted) a 2 piece rod for easier traveling and keeping in my truck. Didn't want to spend a lot of $$$ for little use and i typically hate 2 piece rods but decided to give these a try when i saw them on sale for $20. Got the 7' MH, So it's not a 5 star rod, at this price how could it be, but I gave it 5 stars for its value, very nice, fairly light and sensitive rod for the price, and for being a 2 piece that's just even more impressive, ver good value, very impressed and well worth it's normal price. December 30, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Bikerbud Flippin' & Pitchin' Worms I've been looking for a two-piece 7'6" heavy casting rod for Texas-rigged worming. That's not easy to find for a Bass rod. Easy for Steelhead or Salmon, but I didn't want a 16"+ handle - it gets in the way when you're flippin' & pitchin' plastic worms. Found this while strolling through DSG. Pros: * Two-piece construction. * It's cheap. * Aluminum Oxide guides. * Relatively light at 5.9oz. * Short handle - 12" from tip of trigger to end of butt. * Exposed blank through grip. Cons: * Short on eyes. It has 7 + tip, and only one of those is double-foot. * The first eye is 24" from the reel face. * Fast Action - wish it was extra-fast. * The grip diameter is a little small. With that said, since I'm not distance casting with it, the eye shortage won't be a big problem. At this price-point, I'll make do with the fast action and small grip. Bottom line: I find this rod to be mission-adequate for flippin' & pitchin' Texas-rigged plastics. Especially so at this price! September 17, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by hello bitty good rod,great value Great value, good looking, cast far. brought me lot of bass. The only concern is during the fighting of the first bass, there is a sound of crack from the joint of two pieces. I checked closely later, found no visible crack. No problem so far, but the crack sound made me a little bit nervous. August 29, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by jsully85 great for the price This rod is well worth what little you pay for it, very sensitive and landed a 6 1/2 lb bass on it without a problem. Noticed that you may want to check the guides before purchasing one though. August 13, 2013