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Best 6’3″ carbon fuji guide slow pitch Jigging Rod


We are proud to present one of the best Slow Pitch Jigging Rods, the 1.9 FT Carbon Fuji Guide, a high performance rod designed for slow pitch fishing. It provides superior handling and fishing whether on a boat or in confined spaces.


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Best 6’3″ carbon fuji guide slow pitch Jigging Rod Description

What is a slow pitch Jigging Rod?

A Slow pitch jigging rod is a fishing rod specifically designed for slow pitch jigging. Originating in Japan, slow rocking is a relatively new fishing technique that is primarily aimed at deep sea fishing.
The best Slow pitch jigging rods differ from traditional fishing rods in that they:

Slow pitch jigging rods have a relatively soft shaft that flexes and absorbs the pull of the fish. This softness helps the user manipulate the racket with delicate wiggling and pulling techniques, making the lure even more enticing. Our slow pitch jigging rod, with a nice soft curve, is one of the best slow pitch jigging rods out there.
Slow pitch jigging rods are usually made of lightweight materials, such as high-strength carbon fiber. This makes the rod body light and flexible, which is convenient for fishermen to use continuously for a long time without getting tired. The high carbon fiber used in the current slow pitch Jigging Rod is the best material available today.

The slow rocker design focuses on sensitivity, allowing anglers to better perceive fish activity underwater. The sensitivity of the fishing rod helps the angler to accurately judge the timing of the fish’s bite and take corresponding actions. Our fishing rods have been strictly tested at the beginning of design, and the most suitable sensitivity has been adjusted, which also makes the Better leader slow pitch Jigging Rod one of the best.

Slow pitch jigging rods are designed with the special needs of slow pitch fishing in mind. It usually comes in a shorter length (usually between 6 and 7 feet) for ease of use on a boat or in confined spaces. At the same time, the slow rocker is usually equipped with a special wheel seat, handle and guide ring to meet the technical requirements of the slow rocker fishing method.

Product Introduction

We are proud to present one of the best Slow Pitch Jigging Rods, the 1.9 FT Carbon Fuji Guide, a high performance rod designed for slow pitch fishing. It provides superior handling and fishing whether on a boat or in confined spaces.

Key features of this slow rocker include:

This rod has a length of 1.9 feet, making it ideal for slow rock fishing. This is the best length that has been summed up over the years. Its short size makes it easier to swing and maneuver in narrow fishing areas, allowing you to flexibly respond to various fishing scenarios.

We use high-quality carbon material to manufacture the shaft to provide excellent performance. The lightness and strength of carbon give the shaft excellent sensitivity and durability while reducing overall weight so you can hold the shaft for long periods of time without fatigue. Carbon is the lightest and toughest material, making it one of the best fishing rod materials out there.

We chose Fuji as the rail manufacturer to ensure the best rail quality. Fuji rails are known for their superior durability and smooth line guidance, which allows you to maneuver the line more precisely, reduce friction, and increase fishing efficiency and success.

For example, let’s say you’re doing shallow water slow pitch fishing, you can trust the 1.9 FT Carbon Fuji Guide Slow Pitch Jigging Rod. Its short length allows you to swing the pole freely in the narrow cabin without being limited by space. The carbon material gives the rod a high degree of sensitivity, helping you accurately sense fish bites and respond quickly. The smooth guidance of the Fuji rail makes the line group move more smoothly, reducing the risk of line entanglement and knotting, ensuring that you can concentrate on enjoying the fun of fishing.

Slow Pitch Jigging Rod is the best rod for these sea fish

The 1.9-foot carbon Fuji rail slow rocking rod can be used to catch a variety of sea fish, especially for the slow rocking method of small and medium-sized sea fish. Here are some common types of marine fish that are suitable for fishing with this rod:

Jumbo fish is a medium-sized marine fish popular with anglers, often found in shallow water and reef areas. The 1.9-foot slow rocker helps you accurately sense the bite of jumbo fish and maintain control under their fierce resistance. For treasure fish, our Slow Pitch Jigging Rod is the best rod.

Groupers are powerful and robust marine fish commonly found near reefs, rocks and shipwrecks. The slow rocker rod made of carbon material and Fuji rail can help you deal with the strong resistance of grouper while maintaining good sensitivity. Our Slow Pitch Jigging Rod is the best rod when you’re fishing for grouper.

Plaice is a flat, well-camouflaged marine fish commonly found on sandy beaches and shallow waters. Using a 1.9-foot slow rocker rod will help you precisely control the bait’s movement and respond sharply to the weak bite of the flounder. Our Slow Pitch Jigging Rod is perfectly adapted to the behavior of plaice. This makes it the best rod for plaice fishing.

Note that these are just some common marine fish examples and are not limited to them. According to different fishing grounds and target fish species, the 1.9-foot carbon Fuji rail slow rocking rod can also be used to catch other sea fish, including small to medium-sized bass, perch, sea bream, pomfret, etc. Choosing the right tackle and the right bait will help improve the effectiveness and enjoyment of fishing.

How to maintain the 1.9ft slow rocking pole?

In order to ensure the good condition and prolong the life of your 1.9′ Slow Rocking Pole, here are some suggested maintenance methods:

  1. After using the pole, gently rinse the pole and rails with clean water to remove salt, silt and other dirt. Use a soft cloth or sponge to wipe the shaft and rails to make sure they are dry and clean.
  2. hen storing the rod, avoid exposing it to direct sunlight or high temperatures. It is best to store your rods in rod bags or rod covers to prevent scratches and damage.
  3. Check and clean the rails regularly. If the guide rail is found to be damaged or missing, replace or repair it in time. Use professional guide rail maintenance agent or wax oil to lubricate to ensure the smooth and normal operation of the guide rail.
  4. Try to avoid excessive bending or twisting of the rod, especially when fishing large fish. Handle the pull of the fish with proper technique and angles to reduce undue stress on the rod.
  5. Inspect the shaft regularly for wear, cracks or other damage. If any problems are found, repair or replace them in time.
  6. According to the specification and design purpose of the pole, choose the appropriate fishing scene and fish species. Avoid using the rod for more fishing than it was designed to avoid damage.
  7. When carrying or storing poles, handle them with care to avoid bumping, dropping, or damage from other objects.
    The best fishing rods also need to be taken care of carefully. Proper maintenance can make your slow rocking rod show brand new strength at all times, and at the same time can greatly extend its lifespan.

How to use?

Using a carbon Fuji guide slow pitch jigging rod for slow pitch jigging requires a specific technique and approach. Here’s a step-by-step guide on how to effectively use the rod for this fishing style:

1. Gather the Necessary Gear:

  • Slow pitch jigging rod with carbon Fuji guides
  • Slow pitch jigs
  • Reel with appropriate line and leader
  • Swivels and split rings if needed

2. Understand Slow Pitch Jigging: Slow pitch jigging is a technique that involves using specialized jigs and a rhythmic rod action to mimic injured or struggling prey. The goal is to attract predatory fish by creating a slow, fluttering motion that entices strikes.

3. Select the Right Jig: Choose slow pitch jigs that are designed for this technique. They typically have a flat, asymmetric shape and are often lighter than traditional jigs.

4. Set Up Your Reel: Load your reel with a suitable line and leader. The line should have a relatively low stretch and a breaking strength appropriate for the species you’re targeting.

5. Assemble Your Rig: Attach the slow pitch jig to the end of your leader using a suitable knot, such as a loop knot or assist hook setup. Some jigs come with built-in hooks, while others might require you to attach hooks using split rings.

6. Adjust the Slow Pitch Jigging Rod: Make sure your rod is appropriately set up for slow pitch jigging:

  • Match the reel to the rod’s recommended specifications.
  • Use a suitable line weight based on the rod’s rating.
  • Make sure the reel seat is securely attached.

7. Cast and Let it Sink: Cast your jig into the desired area and allow it to sink to the desired depth. Slow pitch jigging is typically done in deep water, so be patient as the jig descends.

8. Engage Slow Pitch Technique: The slow pitch technique involves imparting a rhythmic and controlled action to the rod. Here’s how to do it:

  • Keep the rod tip close to the water’s surface.
  • Use short, sharp rod movements to create a fluttering motion.
  • Alternate between lifting the rod tip and dropping it, creating an enticing movement in the jig.

9. Watch for Strikes: Keep a close eye on your line for any unusual movements, twitches, or sudden slack. Predatory fish often strike during the fall or when the jig changes direction.

10. Maintain a Sensitive Touch: Slow pitch jigging requires sensitivity to detect subtle strikes. Keep your line taut and maintain contact with the jig throughout the retrieve.

11. Set the Hook: When you feel a strike or notice any unusual movement, quickly set the hook by raising the rod tip sharply. The sensitive rod should allow you to feel the fish’s response.

12. Fight and Land the Fish: Once hooked, use the rod’s parabolic action to absorb the fish’s lunges and runs. Reel in when the fish is not actively fighting, and use the rod’s flexibility to prevent the line from breaking under pressure.

Remember that slow pitch jigging is a skill that takes practice to master. Experiment with different rod actions, jigging rhythms, and jig colors to find what works best in your fishing environment and for the species you’re targeting.

How to make?

Creating a carbon Fuji guide slow pitch jigging rod involves a detailed process that requires skill, precision, and knowledge of rod-building techniques. Here’s a step-by-step overview of how such a rod might be crafted:

Materials Needed:

  • Slow pitch jigging rod blank
  • Fuji guides (carbon material)
  • Reel seat
  • Handle materials (EVA foam or cork)
  • Thread wrapping materials
  • Epoxy resin
  • Rod-building equipment (rod wrapper, drying rack, heat gun, etc.)
  • Cutting tools, sandpaper, and finishing materials

Step-by-Step Process:

1. Rod Blank Selection: Choose a rod blank that’s specifically designed for slow pitch jigging. The blank should have the appropriate length, power, and action to match the fishing technique.

2. Handle Assembly:

  • Attach the reel seat to the blank at the appropriate position.
  • Build up the handle using EVA foam or cork materials. Shape and glue the handle components to the blank, ensuring a comfortable grip.

3. Guide Layout: Determine the guide layout based on the rod blank’s specifications and the desired action. Slow pitch jigging rods often have a spiral guide arrangement, with the first guide closer to the handle and subsequent guides spiraling outward.

4. Guide Attachment:

  • Start by attaching the first guide closest to the reel seat. Use thread wrapping techniques to secure it in place.
  • Attach the remaining Fuji guides along the blank, adhering to the layout design. Ensure proper spacing between guides for smooth line flow.

5. Thread Wrapping: Wrap thread around the guide feet to secure them in place. This process helps distribute stress and reinforces the guide attachment points.

6. Guide Wrapping: Wrap thread around each guide in decorative patterns. This step enhances the rod’s aesthetics and provides additional strength.

7. Epoxy Coating:

  • Apply a thin layer of epoxy resin over the thread wraps using a brush. This seals the thread and provides protection.
  • Rotate the rod to ensure even epoxy distribution and remove any air bubbles.
  • Use a heat gun to gently heat the epoxy, aiding in the removal of air bubbles and speeding up the curing process.

8. Final Steps:

  • Let the epoxy cure on a drying rack, ensuring the rod remains level to prevent drips.
  • Trim any excess thread and sand down any rough edges to create a smooth finish.

9. Testing and Quality Control: Test the rod’s action and flex to ensure it meets the slow pitch jigging requirements. Make any necessary adjustments before finalizing the rod.

10. Finishing Touches: Apply a final coat of epoxy resin to create a glossy finish and protect the thread wraps. Let the rod cure completely.

Creating a carbon Fuji guide slow pitch jigging rod requires careful attention to detail and knowledge of rod-building techniques. It’s recommended to gain experience through practice and possibly seek guidance from experienced rod builders or rod-building resources before attempting to craft a rod of this nature.

FAQ about 1.9ft Slow Pitch Jigging Rod

Here are some frequently asked questions and answers about the 1.9′ Slow Pitch Jigging Rod:

Q: Which fishing method is this slow rocking rod suitable for?
A: The 1.9ft Slow Pitch Rod is suitable for Slow Pitch Jigging, which is a special fishing technique that manipulates the racket through delicate swinging and pulling techniques to lure fish to actively bite.

Q: Which fish species is suitable for fishing with this rod?
A: The 1.9-foot slow rocking rod is suitable for fishing small and medium-sized sea fish, such as snapper, grouper, flounder, etc. Specifically, it can be selected according to different fishing grounds and target fish species.

Q: How to maintain this pole?
A: In order to maintain the 1.9ft slow rocking pole, it is recommended to clean and maintain it regularly, avoid excessive bending, store it away from direct sunlight and high temperature environment, check and repair any damage regularly. For specific maintenance methods, please refer to the previous maintenance suggestions.

Q: How sensitive is this rod?
A: The 1.9ft slow rocking rod is made of carbon material and has good sensitivity. The carbon material makes the rod body light and strong, and can transmit subtle fish bite signals, allowing anglers to accurately sense fish activities.

Q: Is it equipped with a non-slip handle?
A: The availability of non-slip handles may vary by manufacturer and model. It is recommended to check the product description or consult the salesperson before purchasing to confirm whether it is equipped with a non-slip handle.

Q: Is this pole suitable for beginners?
A: The application of the 1.9-foot slow rocking rod in slow rocking fishing requires certain skills and experience, so beginners may need to learn and practice. However, once you get the hang of slow rocking, this rod can be a great choice for beginners.

Q: Are there any wholesale prices and discounts?
A: Discounts and special pricing are often available for bulk purchases. The larger the volume you purchase, the larger the discount you will receive, please contact our support team for details.
Q: Is there a minimum order quantity?
A: Yes, there is a minimum order quantity for bulk purchase, and each product has a different order quantity, you can contact our support team about the product you need.Our MOQ is 1.
Q: Is it possible to customize the products?
A: Yes, we can provide not only custom logo and packaging, but also custom product design and material.
Q: How many days after the purchase can be shipped?
A: Shipping time depends on your purchase volume and specific purchase requirements, if our inventory is sufficient, our shipping time is within 2 working days, if a large number of purchases, it will take a month to two months.
Q: Do you offer global shipping services?
A: Yes, we provide.
Q: Does it provide after-sales service and warranty?
A: Within 15 days of receiving the goods, if our products have defects and quality problems, we will make a replacement shipment or refund for the corresponding products.
Q: Can you provide product samples?
A: Yes, we will provide product samples for you to evaluate and test.
Q: Do you accept fixed-term contracts or long-term cooperation?
A: Term contracts or long-term partnerships usually depend on the supplier’s policies and willingness to work together. You can discuss your needs with the supplier and find out if a long-term relationship is possible.

Whether you buy it for your own use or match the purchase of Slow Pitch Jigging Rod. We all offer the best fishing rods, with high carbon material, light weight and strong toughness. The use of advanced fuji guide eyes makes the performance of this Jigging rod very superior.

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