Fitzgerald Casting Rods - $199.99 to $209.99
Not just another rod series, the Fitzgerald Casting Rods were designed by professional bass angler, Trevor Fitzgerald, using only the finest components and materials. Built around high quality graphite blanks that carry a lifetime warranty, each rod also comes equipped with premium micro guides strategically placed to maximize the action and performance of that particular rod. In addition to providing increased casting distance, accuracy and sensitivity, the American Tackle Artus HD Heavy Duty Micro Guides with saltwater-gauge stainless steel frames and braid-proof Nanolite HD rings offer incredible durability and weight reduction. Fitzgerald Rods also uses Forhan Locking Wraps to prevent the guides from pulling out during use, as well as, American Tackle tangle-free tips with Nanolite rings and ring lock technology. Also equipped with premium exposed blank graphite reel seats, the Fitzgerald Casting Rods are perfectly balanced, light weight and easy to fish all day long.
Hand-made in the USA
-No-Slip EVA handle and butt
-Drop Shot Hook Keeper
Fitzgerald blanks are covered by a Limited Lifetime Warranty
Rod components used on blanks (i.e. reel seat, hook keeper, guides, tips, handle) are covered by 1-Year Limited Warranty
Comments: I own a 7'3'' Heavy All Purpose and a 7'6'' Hydrilla Flipping rod from Fitzgerald. Both are excellent rods, built very well and built here in Florida is a plus also. The 7'3'' Heavy is great for frogs, Texas rigged plastics, light pitching and great for Big EZ type baits. It has a fast tip that goes quickly into a strong backbone, the rod is also well balanced. The 7'6'' flipping rod also has a fast tip and great backbone, this rod is perfect for flipping with 1 oz weights. Trevor is second to none in the quality of his rods and his customer service. I would recommend giving them a try.
From: David: Jacksonville, FL 10/10/14
Comments: Just bought 2 new Fitzgerald rods. 1 Okeechobee, 1 hydrilla flippin'. Great looking rod. A bit tip heavy for my liking but have not fished them yet. Taking them out tomorrow and will write another review after that.
From: Tyler: Kansas
Comments: Great rods!! I own a couple of them and will be getting more. Thank you Tackle Warehouse for offering great products.
From: Bill: TX
Comments: These are the best rods on the market i disgree with some of these comments if your not from florida or the southern region u probaly will write a bad comment because your probaly using a little fairy wand spinning rod with 8 pound flouro these rods are meant for horsing big bass out of thick vegetation with 65-80 pound braid they excell on my home water here on the st.johns river, the 7'3 heavy is the perfect rod for bed fishing down on lake george or flipping mats on rodman reservoir these are the best rods i have ever put in my hands match it up with a shimano curado with 50 pound sunline fx2 froggin-flippin braid in dark green-blue.
From: Wil: FL
Comments: Great rods and I love that they are made in the USA which most rods are not any more. Because they are made in the USA the quality is outstanding!!
From: Jason: GA
Comments: I love these rods!! I highly reccomend them.
From: Adam: CA
Comments: go watch fuji guides on youtube the KR-concept. these little guides dont cut it. they will reduce your casting distance. and high quality blanks should of at least base on what ton.. ill stick to my recons, omens and kistler KLX
From: Mike: MN
Comments: I own about 15 different Fitzgerald Rods and I love everyone of them. They use the best components available and the rods are bullet proof!!
From: James: NC
Comments: at this price point, just saying "high quality blanks" doesn't cut it- people are educated when it comes to blanks. What blank is this built on? What ton rating? I do like that they're made in America.
Comments: I feel that Fitzgerald Rods are the best rods on the market. The sensitivity on these rods is unbelievable; you can feel everything. I think these rods are 100 times better than duckett, e21, falcon, and G.Loomis. I own the 7' med/hvy casting rod, the 7'6" flipping rod, and the 7' cranking rod. You won't be disappointed!!!
From: Andrew: FL
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Rod Handle Length:
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