Amberjack fishing rods

Amberjack

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Blackfin Rods Carbon Elite 076 Heavy Fishing Rod 7’6″ Rod Heavy Style Rod with Split Grip Targeted Species: Tarpon, Redfish, Snook, Musky, Jacks 10-17lb Line Weight Blackfin’s Carbon Elite Insho...
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Blackfin Rods Carbon Elite 07H Heavy Fishing Rod 7’0″ Rod Line Wt. 10-17lb Split Grip Targeted Species: Snook, Redfish, Tarpon, Jacks Blackfin’s Carbon Elite Inshore Series is the perfect hand-c...
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Blackfin Rods Fin 67 Fishing Rod 7'0" Rod 50-80lb Line Weight Bottom Fishing Rod 100% E-Glass blank Fuji Graphite Reel Seat EVA Fuji Aluminum Oxide Guides Stainless steel Foulproof Guides Fast Act...
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Blackfin Rods Fin 64 Fishing Rod 8'0" Rod 50-80lb Line Weight Bottom Fishing Rod 100% E-Glass blank Fuji Graphite Reel Seat EVA Fuji Aluminum Oxide Guides Stainless steel Foulproof Guides Fast Act...
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Blackfin Rods Fin 63 Fishing Rod 8'0" Rod 30-50lb Line Weight Bottom Fishing Rod 100% E-Glass blank Fuji Graphite Reel Seat EVA Fuji Aluminum Oxide Guides Stainless steel Foulproof Guides Fast Act...

Amberjack are one of the best fighting fishing in Florida. Hooking them is not that difficult, especially on live bait. It is an incredible gamefish, pure and simple. They’re not good eating, and they have worms. Catch and release is the name of the game.

You will require some serious fishing equipment if you want to catch Amerjacks over the boat wrecks off the Florida coast. They are usually in deep water and your saltwater rod and reel had better be up to the challenge. This large fish is known for breaking rods. It will break a low-end rod or reel in a few seconds. They are probably responsible for more destruction of equipment than any other fish

Amberjack fish are also called AJs, reef pigs, pigs, slobs, long jacks, or jacks.

If you're ready to take on the challenge of catching an amberjack, you'll need a quality rod like these.