Fishing rods for freshwater and saltwater game.
At Impulse Rods, we're proud to be a leading U.S.-based manufacturer of high-quality fishing rods. Our commitment to high quality, strength and accuracy ensures that you can trust our products for an unparalleled fishing experience.
Fishing Rods For
- Small / Large Mouth Bass
- Freshwater Trout
- Redfish / Flounder / Trout
- Pike / Musky / Walleye
Experience The Impulse Difference: Unmatched Quality
Our line of fishing rods is designed to cater to the diverse needs of hobbyists, die-hards, and professional anglers. Our products offer unique features and benefits that set us apart from the competition:
Increased Casting Distance and Accuracy: We’ve made our guide trains slightly larger than a standard micro guide. With this proven guide train and our guide spacing we guarantee increased casting distance and accuracy.
Ultra-Sensitive Blanks: Made with Toray carbon fiber, our technology and resin systems offer unmatched blank strength and sensitivity.
Modified reel seats: More contact with the blank means more sensitivity and ultimately catching more fish.
Our Products: Saltwater & Freshwater Fishing Rods
Explore our extensive line of handcrafted fishing rods that cater to your every need:
Freshwater & Bass Fishing Rods
ENERGY Series: Designed for all types of anglers. The ENERGY Series rods are a great fit for anyone looking for a high-quality fishing rod without breaking the bank.
Original Series: The “OG” Impulse Rod. Was specifically crafted for with bass anglers in mind. Boasting cutting-edge features designed to elevate your bass fishing game. Impulse has updated the guide train, while engineering it to facilitate longer and more accurate casts, enhancing your reach on the water. Add in our modified, exposed reel seats, that are strategically positioned to maximize sensitivity, and this rod checks all the boxes for the ultimate bass fishing rod ensuring that you can distinctly "Feel Every Bite,". Allowing for heightened responsiveness to subtle movements underwater. Whether your looking to improve casting distance and accuracy or would like a more sensitive rod, with backbone, our Impulse Original Series Rods deliver.
Saltwater Fishing Rods For Redfish, Trout, and Flounder.
Salt Series: The Impulse Salt Series line offers anglers cutting-edge saltwater spinning and casting rods designed to elevate your saltwater fishing experience. Crafted with precision and engineered for superior performance, these rods are the perfect companion for the avid saltwater angler seeking both power and finesse.
Our saltwater spinning rods boast a lightweight yet robust construction, providing the ideal blend of sensitivity and strength so that you feel every bite, but also has enough power to land big fish. Meanwhile, our casting rods offer unparalleled accuracy and casting distance, ensuring you hit where you are casting with ease.
Why Choose Impulse Fishing Rods
When you choose Impulse Fishing Rods, you're choosing a company that's dedicated to providing the best fishing rods the industry has to offer. Here's why we're the go-to choice for anglers of all types:
Handcrafted in the USA: We are proudly handcrafting rods in the United States, ensuring the highest standards of quality and craftsmanship.
Innovative Designs: Our engineers are constantly innovating, incorporating cutting-edge technology and design principles into our products.
Customer Satisfaction: We believe in building long-lasting relationships with our customers by providing exceptional service, support, and after-sales care.
Elevate your fishing experience with our handcrafted fishing rods assembled in Texas.
$179.99 - $194.99
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