Jigging World Nexus Spinning Rods

Jigging World Nexus Spinning Rods

Jigging World Nexus Rods are one of the newer series of rods added to the Jigging World line of bottom-fishing rods that are designed for anglers targeting fluke, striped bass, blackfish, black seabass, porgy, and more!

$139.95 - $149.95
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DescriptionLengthPowerLine RatingLure RatingWeightPrice
Nexus Series Spinning Rod7Medium Heavy15-40lb1-4oz6.1oz$139.95 USD
Oversize Packaging Required
Nexus Series Spinning Rod7'6''Medium Heavy20-50lb2-6oz7.8oz$149.95 USD
Oversize Packaging Required

Jigging World Nexus Spinning Rods are one of the newer series of rods added to the Jigging World line of bottom-fishing rods that are designed for anglers targeting fluke, striped bass, blackfish, black seabass, porgy, and more! Aimed at offering northeast anglers a killer rod with top tier performance at an affordable price, the Nexus series of rods has a model for you for just about any application. Spinning models offer split EVA foam grips that give anglers a solid grip during the worst conditions. Regardless of your fishing style or target species when wreck fishing, you will be sure to find a Nexus rod that suits your needs. Covered by a 2 year warranty to the original owner, you can fish any of the Nexus Rods with confidence!

5 Stars based on 7 reviews
By delong w.
light and strong
October 10, 2021
The strongest and lightest 7ft spinning rod ever used, cast 3oz no problem.perfect for inlet use against current.
By Van
Rhode Island
If I had 1 rod
October 12, 2020
I paired this with a Shimano Twin Power 5000 sw. I’ve caught plenty if 40 lbs striped bass on a boat with this rod. I‘ve caught blues, tautogs and flukes from the beach/jetty. I bought rods that cost a lot more than the Nexus and nothing compate with performance and durability. Rod is super light too!
By alex
Cape cod, ma
Great product
July 16, 2020
this has quickly become my favorite rod in my arsenal. Handled high 30" striper with EASE paired it with a saltx 4k and everyone who throws it loves it
  • None
By Thefishingdoc
Great rod.
July 3, 2020
I use it mainly in my kayak for stripers/fluke and shore fishing for fluke when I need to bump up the oz a little. Great rod, especially for the price. Can't go wrong with this one.
By jason
Shirley, NY
Amazing jetti rod
May 9, 2020
the rod is very strong and can easily cast 4 oz witch is impressive considering its 6 oz, thin and only a 7 foot rod. Great rod for fluke jigging on the jetty and boat quickly becoming my go to rod.
  • thin, light and stiff
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By Rich
fairless hills, pa
great multi purpose rod
April 9, 2020
Great rod and especially for the price. I paired it with a daiwa bg 4000 for fluking which it was great for. I then took it out for stripers and it was great with them as well. Sensitive but also has the back bone to tackle everything that I targeted with it. Looking forward to using it on some mahi this year. I will purchasing another one to pair with a bg 3500.
  • sensitive
  • good back bone
  • light
  • comfortable to use all day
  • last eyelet seems pretty small
By Jeff
Great Jigging Rod
May 22, 2019
My go to for inshore and back bay jigging
7 Questions & 7 Answers
from Virginia asked:
November 17, 2019
I notice these day not available at this time, are they discontinued or will they be back in stock at a later date?
1 Answer
These rods seem to be discontinued from Jigging world 
Submitted by: Bernie De Graaf on November 18, 2019

from NJ asked:
October 6, 2019
Would a penn battle II 5000 be a good match for the Nexus 7’6”  MH?
1 Answer
The Penn Battle II would pair up well with the Nexus 
Submitted by: Bernie De Graaf on October 7, 2019

from Brooklyn, NY asked:
December 10, 2018
What is the warranty on this rod?
1 Answer
2-Year Warranty on all rods except Nexus and Tide Rider and 1-year for the Nexus and Tide Rider
Submitted by: Bernie on December 12, 2018

from NY asked:
May 7, 2020
Would the 7ft MH pair well with a Tsunami saltx 4000?
1 Answer
The 7'MH would pair very well with the SaltX 4000.
Submitted by: Sydney on May 7, 2020

from Fire island asked:
April 4, 2020
What type of action? Is it good for bucktailing fluke?
1 Answer
Jigging World Nexus Spinner is specifically designed for bottom fishing and jigging of all sorts. It would make a perfect bucktailing rod for fluke. 
Submitted by: Sydney on April 7, 2020

from belmar, new jersey asked:
November 7, 2019
would the 7,6 spinning rod be too heavy for black seabass jigging and fluke jigging with 2-5 oz jigs? 
1 Answer
It's doable but not optimal for the heavier jigs
Submitted by: Chris Renna on November 7, 2019

from NJ asked:
October 28, 2019
What size reel would be a good match on the 7’6” for tog
1 Answer
There are a lot of reels that would work well with this rod for Tog. Here are a few of them; Shimano Stradic 4000FL, Shimano Saragosa 5000, Diawa BG3500, Van Staal VR150 or smaller.
Submitted by: KRAIG FRIEDMAN on October 29, 2019


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