Berkley® Shock Casting Rod
- Shock absorbing tip is engineered to accommodate the lack of stretch when using braided line
- Stainless Steel Guides with Titanium Oxide inserts, resistant to line grooving and cracking.
- Integrated reel seat with ergonomic handle design and textured rubber, for all day comfort and better grip.
Featuring a shock absorbing tip and stainless steel guides, engineered specially to withstand braided lines (including all other lines).
Berkley® Shock Casting Rod
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Berkley® Shock Casting Rod is rated out of 5 by 4.
Rated 5 out of 5 by PJBXMP from I bought this as a Christmas present for myself. As soon as it got here I was like a kid. I opened it up put a conventional bait caster on it and worked like a charm. So I put a spinner on it and I casted like a pro. I never did better. I have over 40 rods and reels Including all the top brands that cost more than 3 times the price of this one. I liked it so much that I showed it to two of my sons who fish more than I do. They loved it too, so I bought two more ( Christmas Presents). I have only one old Berkley rod it is a two piece rod with off set eyes but it wasn't enginered for braid . Now all this being said I havn't fished with it yet but plan to take it striper fishing next week depending on the weather. Wish me luck. For the price you should buy one>
Date published: 2018-12-04
Rated 4 out of 5 by Cleotis from Awesome rod for the price. Great balance and feel I had bought my first rod a couple of months ago and I have bought two more sense. Great rod.
Date published: 2019-01-04
Rated 1 out of 5 by Devs from Poorly made I own three of these rods. I just recently got to use them over the weekend. I have a spinning rod in which I caught two smaller fish on , and a 7' casting rod which I set the hook on a decent fish but it was the first fish ever caught on it. Well when I set the hook the lock ring for the real seat snapped clean in half and my reel hit the floor , needless to say you can think how I felt after that. well after returning home I looked at my other two which like I said one caught two smaller fish and the third one hasn't even been used. The one is completely broken and after looking the other two have bad pressure cracks in the lock rings which leaves me to believe I received defected models or these were very poorly made. These rods looked really good and promising but now I'm not very sure about them. I wish I had gotten the old style now or could receive new ones in place like a warranty I haven't had these rods two months. I have tried to add a photo of it but it wont let me.
Date published: 2019-03-04
Rated 2 out of 5 by Chaddy1 from I don't know bout it I bought the berkley rod 7'6" heavy just a week ago and I don't know what to think I have a lot of berkley rods and baits and mine broke flipping a 3/8 oz. Jig about 3 inches of the top no hook set no fish just flipping all day don't know what happened
Date published: 2019-03-15