Jawbone Casting Rod

Jawbone Casting Rod is rated 3.7 out of 5 by 37.
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Jawbone Casting Rod
Jawbone Casting Rod
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Product Information:

Add greater success to your fishing trip with a casting rod that is constructed to give anglers a critical advantage against game fish. This rod is built with graphite composite material, giving it lasting durability. In addition, the rod features a split grip EVA handle, ensuring that you maintain comfort and sensitivity while out casting. Jawbone® Casting Rod have a two-piece design.

  • Casting rod
  • Durable graphite composite construction
  • Split grip EVA handle for comfort and sensitivity
  • Pieces: 2
  • Jawbone
  • Brand: Jawbone
  • Country of Origin: Imported


Tech Specs:

ModelRod LengthPowerPieces
FEHJBC562M 5'6"Medium2
FEHJBC662MH6'6"Medium Heavy2
FEHJBC702MH7'0"Medium Heavy2
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Garbage I wish there were an option to zero stars. This rod is very cheap. I took it home and decided to get a feel for the rod. The rod is visually appealing and looks great, but I gave it a flexibility year and the rod snapped at a 25 degree bend. It's a medium action pole that wouldn't be able to handle anything bigger than a perch. Very disappointed.For years Shakespeare has provided me with quality gear at an affordable price. But this is straight garbage. When it snapped I looked like balsa wood painted over. Would not recommend. If you want a good pole for a cheap price, I would recommend getting Shakespeare's Durango rod or an ugly stick.
Date published: 2016-10-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Team Skull Draggers I bought a jawbone casting rod from Dicks to prove a point to a friend of mine that uses name brand equipment that cost a few hundred dollars. We were catfishing at our favorite lake in South Louisiana. I was using a $14.99 jawbone rod with a $30 reel with 14lb test line. I caught a 15 pound catfish and hauled it to and into the boat. I caught more fish and bigger fish with my inexpensive but high quality rod. I like it some much I went to Dicks the next day and bought the last 3 they had. I am going back to Dicks this weekend to see if they have more Jawbone casting rods.
Date published: 2016-12-01
Rated 2 out of 5 by from A dollar more on components desperately needed. I've been involved in the fishing and tackle business for much of my life, including working as a consultant to a major brand. Bought three of these for testing purposes. First of all, they are nicely finished cosmetically and had decent actions in the lighter weights. Sadly when companies are looking to produce a less expensive rod they make the mistake of scrimping on components and each of the rods I purchased needed two more guides. Two more guides including the cost of wrapping would be less than $1, but would make them a bargain at twice the current price. I'm told Jawbone has become a Dick's house brand so my advice is to have the manufacturer place the proper number of guides on the rods to produce an inexpensive rod that would be a good value at double the current price. Dick, are you listening?
Date published: 2017-06-05
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good rod for the price I got this rod about 2 years ago now. Thought of it as something cheap to use until I could afford to get a beeter stick. this rod funtions pretty well for 15 dollars. caught a few above 4 pounds on it in the time I used it. I would recomend for new fisherman for sure!
Date published: 2017-02-07
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Good but can be better I brought a 6’6 and 7’0 both medium heavy rods when they were on sale I use the 6’6 all the time when I go fishing and caught a five pound striped bass on Halloween it’s an okay rod but there can be more guides that my only issue
Date published: 2017-11-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from 15 dollar better than a 50 dollar rod This is my 3rd rod from Jawbone. I have a 7' mh casting rod, 7' mh spinning rod and a 5'6'' ul spinning rod. I am very pleased with my purchases. All the rods perform exceptinaly well. When I picked up the 1st rod I wanted to use it as a travel rod. I was impressed on how light and strong it was. I picked up 2 more If you are like me and take care of your gear, you should be fine. 15 bucks for a decent rod. Some people spend hundreds on gear just for a brand. If its breaks oh wel I can go buy another one.
Date published: 2017-05-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from best rod for the money I live in central florida, have bass fished for many years, born and raised in florida, know a little about fishing, mostly bass fish and I have used a lot of rods from ugly sticks to cheap rods from wal-mark, and I have to tell you this is a very good rod to buy you cant go worng with this rod I have the 6' -6 and I love it. going to buy another one.
Date published: 2016-12-12
Rated 1 out of 5 by from DO NOT BUY This rod is simple awful. All the guides are trash and the rod snapped my line every time I casted. Lost about 8 lures just because of the rod. If you are looking for a cheap rod this is not the one.
Date published: 2017-08-24
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