Jigging World Night Ranger Rods

Jigging World Night Ranger Rods

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TypeLengthPowerActionLine WeightLure WeightRod WeightPrice
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Medium HeavyFast15-30lb1-4oz5.4oz$249.99 USD
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HeavyFast20-40lb2-6oz5.7oz$249.99 USD
1 pc
Medium HeavyFast20-40lb4-10oz6.6oz$259.99 USD
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HeavyFast30-50lb6-12oz6.9oz$259.99 USD
1 pc
Medium HeavyFast15-30lb1-4oz4.9oz$249.99 USD
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Medium HeavyFast20-40lb2-6oz5.6oz$259.99 USD
Jigging World Night Ranger Rods are inshore rods. They are made with nano carbon technology. This technology is integrated nano carbon resin in a thin wall carbon blank making them light with great power. All rods in this series have a fast action with great stopping power. They have a soft tip for the ideal sensitivity throughout the entire rod. The main target species for these rods is fluke, blackfish, striped bass, black sea bass, bluefish, porgy, and red drum as well as others.

  • Braid ready rods
  • Nano carbon technology
  • Fuji Reel seats
  • Premium cork handles
  • Premium titanium guides
4.5 Stars based on 6 reviews
By Abdullah
June 19, 2022
Amazing rod
By Dustin
Very light rod
January 1, 2022
Nicely packaged, unfortunately have not used this yet. Seems very light in the tip, not extremely rigid feeling. I’m sure it’s a great rod though, initial thoughts are that it seems kinda chincy or simply made. Not A very rugged feeling rod. I realize these are allegedly made of a lighter more durable material and the components are of a supposed better quality, however holding it, that idea doesn’t really transfer over to how it feels in your hands. Hopefully, it will be good when used.
Thanks too tackle direct for getting it to me so quickly, that was awesome.
  • Seems like a good rod
  • Very costly.
By Striperian
Guides are intentionally offset
December 20, 2021
Thought it would be helpful to know that the guides are intentionally offset to help manage line when jigging - it's not totally clear from the photos / description. It's a beautifully built rod, and incredibly light - something your shoulder is going to appreciate if you spend the day jigging from a kayak like me.
By delong
flushing, NY
lighest heavy rod
October 13, 2021
for 2-4oz,2-6oz lighest rod,i have ever usedï¼
thanks tackle direct for fast shippingï¼
By Matt
Rhode Island
You wont regret it
June 4, 2021
This is the finest rod i have ever used. I own a conventional and spinning version of the night ranger and i would consider them custom built. Extremely light and the Finest components used and the cork has held up well of 2 years of heavy use. The conventional version is the perfect bottom fishing rod for the north east.
By Joey
Wantagh, NY
awesome rod
September 27, 2019
love the jigging world rods, this is perfect for ocean fluke and jigging up bass. have paired with maxel hybrid 20.. great set up
12 Questions & 12 Answers
Jim S
from Cape May asked:
March 17, 2022
I have the 7' H and use it for bucktailing fluke. Good for up to 6 oz but 8oz puts it at its limit IMO. So I am planning on getting the 7'6" H which is good forv6 to 12 oz. But I have heard (and read) reviews that say it's light in the tip. Is that true? Is there a similar rod that has a more rigid tip? BTW I used to use the St Croix Legend Tournament for this purpose but the salt water has gotten to it. Thx.
1 Answer
Hi Jim, The Jigging World Night Ranger Rods are made using a carbon blank with a nano carbon resin that allows a sensitive soft tip but strong rod. This however can feel more flexible than certain rods. Based on your fishing application I would recommend a St. Croix MJM72XHF Mojo Musky Rod. https://www.tackledirect.com/st-croix-mjm72xhf-mojo-musky-rod.html This rod has a lure weight rating of 3-8oz, with a Fast action allowing to jig heavier bucktails easier. The Extra-Heavy power and stiffer blank would be better suited for your fishing application. Please let us know if theres anything else we can assist you with. Tight Lines.
Submitted by: Brendan - TackleDirect Customer Service on March 18, 2022

from whiting nj asked:
February 21, 2022
what im  i gaining if i  go from a nexus to a black demon or to a night ranger rod 
1 Answer
Hi Arthur, The 3 Jigging World rods although similar are all designed for different purposes. The Jigging World Nexus is a light inshore, Fast action rod that is intended to be used for many different inshore saltwater fishing applications while having a affordable price. Very similar the Jigging World Night Ranger rod is the lightest and strongest blank offered by Jigging World. Compared to the Nexus this is a much lighter, stronger, more sensitive, and more durable rod with high end fuji compenents and reel seat compared to the Nexus Series. The Jigging World Black Demon was designed specifically for fishing deep water for blackfish, seabass, cod and other bottom fish species where you need a heavy sinker weight to fish the bottom. While also using High end components, the Black Demon is a more stout, and heavier rod compared to both the Nexus and Nightranger series. Please let us know if theres anything else we can assist you with. Tight Lines.
Submitted by: Brendan - TackleDirect Customer Service on February 22, 2022

from NJ asked:
January 1, 2022
Is there warranty on these rods?
1 Answer
Hi Micco, The Jigging World Night Ranger Rods have a 1 year manufacturer warranty. Please let us know if theres anything else we can assist you with. Tight Lines.
Submitted by: Brendan - TackleDirect Customer Service on January 4, 2022

from ROCKAWAY PARK, NY asked:
December 14, 2021
Whats reel would work best with this rod? Fishing tog, strippers, blues in up to 200 of water JW-NR701C-H; TD Code: JWD-0030. Wanna go with 40 lb braid
1 Answer
Hi Michael, I would recommend the Daiwa SALTIST15H Saltist Star Drag Conventional Reel. Specifically model: SALTIST15H; TD Code: DAI-2892. This reel would pair perfectly with your Jigging World Night ranger rod for fishing blues, stripers, and tog. Please let us know if theres anything else we can assist you with. Tight Lines.
Submitted by: Brendan - TackleDirect Customer Service on December 15, 2021

from Southport, NC asked:
December 12, 2021
I just purchased a diawa CLTW200HS spooled with

30# power pro.  Would the JW-NR701C-MH be a good

pairing?  Going to be live bait fishing inshore for 

flounder and drum, also reef fishing.

1 Answer
Hi Charles, The Jigging World JW-NR701C-MH Night Ranger Casting Rod would be great with the Daiwa CLTW200HS for live bait fishing for inshore flounder and red drum. Please let us know if theres anything else we can assist you with. Tight Lines.
Submitted by: Brendan - TackleDirect Customer Service on December 15, 2021

from Southport, NC asked:
December 11, 2021
Would the 7 foot mh conventional be suitable for

Inshore flounder and drum, or would it be a little

to heavy?

1 Answer
The rod isn't too "heavy", in fact, it would be great for your inshore application. The issue is the it is a Spiral wrap rod, so not designed for casting. Hope this helps.
Submitted by: KRAIG FRIEDMAN on December 14, 2021

from Sandy Hook, NJ asked:
November 28, 2021
For bottom fishing tog on rock piles and wrecks would you go with a mh or heavy rod? Would also like to use the same rod for jigging stripers.
1 Answer
Hi Floyd, I would recommend a Heavy Action Rod. Specifically model: JW-NR701C-H; TD Code: JWD-0030. https://www.tackledirect.com/jigging-world-jw-nr701c-h-night-ranger-casting-rod.html. The backbone on this rod is very strong and is needed to pull big tog out of structure and be perfect for jigging stripers. Please let us know if theres anything else we can assist you with. Tight Lines.
Submitted by: Brendan - TackleDirect Customer Service on December 2, 2021

from Barrington, Rhode Island asked:
June 13, 2021
Would this be a good rod for live lining bunker for striped bass? If so which one?
1 Answer
I would recommend a 7' Medium Heavy Casting or Spinning rod. Jigging World JW-NR701S-MH Night Ranger Spinning Rod. Another great option as well is the Shimano Teramar XX Northeast Casting Rods or the Shimano Teramar XX Northeast Spinning Rods .

Submitted by: Paul Olah on June 14, 2021

from Balto md asked:
May 21, 2021
Be fishing for flounder hopping in 100-120ft water. What night ranger rod?
1 Answer
I would recommend the MH Casting (1-4oz) or the MH Spinning (1-4oz) If you want to cast a little bit heavier jigs you could also do the MH 7'3" rod
Submitted by: Paul Olah on May 24, 2021

Jim S
from Cape May asked:
March 23, 2021
What is the best spinning rod to use for Tog when fishing with a 1 1/2 to 2 oz jig?
1 Answer
If you're using a spinning rod go with this 7' MH (JW-NR701S-MH). If you've got a baitcaster I would go with this 7'MH (JW-NR701C-MH). 
Submitted by: Cory Comunal on March 23, 2021

from New York asked:
January 27, 2021
The night range rod able to casting live bites????
1 Answer
Yes, any of the Night Ranger models can handle casting live baits. 
Submitted by: Austin Kearney on January 27, 2021

Matt Klocek
from Suffolk, VA asked:
January 26, 2020
Im looking for a rod to pair to a penn clash 4000 series, which of your rods do you reccommend?
1 Answer
Submitted by: Tyler Bennett on January 28, 2020


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