JawJacker ice rods have features and components that help them work well with the JawJacker. These rods have solid IM7 graphite blanks which stand up to being bent over for long periods of time. Higher modulus and hollow graphite rods are more prone to breaking in the JawJacker and fiberglass isin’t as light and sensitive to jig with. JawJacker Ice rods also have a generous amount of lightweight ceramic guides to help protect the line. I have seen some ice rods crack where the blank comes out of the end of handle. Being bent over in the JawJacker for long periods of time puts a lot of stress on this area. JawJacker ice rods have an enlarged foregrip blank opening to free float the blank in the end of the handle to prevent extra pressure and cracking. These rods have AA grade cork, which is a better grade than a lot of ice rods. They also feature a screw down locking foregrip, and a hook keeper.
There are 3 different spinning models to cover a wide variety of fishing situations that guys use the JawJacker for. Each rod has a different action and stiffness to set the hook with different amounts of force. There is a 29″ Medium Panfish/Kokanee rod, 31″ Medium Heavy Trout/Walleye rod, and a 35″ XXH Pike/Lake trout rod.