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Dobyns Rods Fury Series Casting Fishing Rod Review

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The Dobyns Rods Fury Series is a performance-driven casting fishing rod that ensures anglers can experience high-end quality for a decent price. Dobyns Rods understand the importance of having a reliable and sturdy rod that can handle harsh conditions without compromising on sensitivity over time. Dobyns Rods Fury Series is a perfect example, as it is crafted from Dobyns’ proprietary HPCR blank construction with sanded graphite finish – providing you will maximum durability to last through years of heavy use.

The Dobyns Rod has been available for about two decades now, and because of its legacy in performance, reliability, and innovation, it continues to be highly suggested for those who seek value without going overboard on prices. Dobyns has installed guide train where all guides are stainless steel frames, which are “snake” style ones. You’ll be able to cast for hours without worrying about fatigue or discomfort. All Dobyns Rods are built with Dobyns’ proprietary blanks consisting of 1-piece aluminum reel seats, Dobyns custom split grips, high-quality cork handles, and stainless steel guides.

The big question is, “Is the Dobyns Rods Fury Series a great fishing rod?”

Well, Dobyns Rods has been producing quality fishing rods since the early 90’s. Every Dobyns Rod is backed by Dobyns’ golden warranty and this new Fury Series is no exception – it comes with Dobyns’ 100% “no questions asked” money-back guarantee that you can return your Dobyns Rod within 30 days for any reason and receive a full refund of the original purchase price.

When compared to other brands and series available on the market, Dobyns Rods Fury Series offers incredible value without compromising on quality.

Product Details

The following product details on the Dobyns Rods Fury Series is as follows:

–  Dobyns Rods Fury Series: 6’6″/Medium, 7’0″/Medium, and 7’3″/Medium

– Dobyns Rods Fury Series: Medium/Heavy; Crankbait; Flip; Swimbait; Heavy; Mag Heavy (7’3″)

– Dobyns Rod is made from blanks with a sanded graphite finish. Dobyn’s blanks are the industry’s first high-performance, injection-molded graphite blanks. Graphite blanks are great for fishing because they are lightweight and durable.

– Dobyns Rod has stainless steel guide frames that are “snake style”. This means that the frame surrounds the guide giving you a secure and protected feel.

– Dobyn is an American manufacturer of fishing rods. They produce a wide selection of fishing rods from topwater to ice fishing.

– Dobyns Rods Fury Series has marine-grade components so you can cast for hours without worrying about fatigue or discomfort. Marine-grade means that products are used or designed for use in saltwater.

How is the Dobyns Rods Fury Series Casting Fishing Rod Better?

The Dobyns Rods Fury Series Casting Fishing Rod isn’t necessarily better than others, but it’s specifically built for Senkos, Jigs, Flukes, Texas-rigs, and Spinerbaits.


The price range on Dobyns Rods Fury is $100 – $130.00 per rod and they offer Dobyn’s 100% money-back guarantee if you aren’t satisfied with your Dobyns Rod within 30 days of its original purchase. Like most Dobyn rods, this one does not come with a warranty but Dobyn offers a golden warranty (100%) on all Dobyns Rods and Dobyn will always take care of their customers.

The price of this product compared to other models such as Dobyns Rods Diamond Series, Dobyns Rods 7’3″ MH Fishing Rod, Dobyns F-1 and Dobyn’s Fury Series are fair and reasonable. Dobyns Rods Fury Series offers a decent price range and quality that can’t be beaten.

Pairing The Rod

If you buy a medium/heavy, then this rod goes well with the Daiwa Fuego CT-701H. The recommended fishing line would be a 10-pound mono-filament line.

If you buy a Dobyns Rods Fury Medium, then the Dobyns Rods Fury Series goes well with the Shimano Curado 100E. The recommended fishing line would be a 12 to 25-pound mono-filament line.

If you purchase Dobyns Rods Fury Mag Heavy (7’3″), then Dobyn’s Rods Fury Series goes well with the Penn Battle II 3000 Plus Reel that has 50-pound power pro braided line.

Obviously, this is all based on certain conditions, but this is just an example of how Dobyns Rods Fury Series can be paired with the right gear.


We love using the Dobyns Rods Fury Series to catch Bluegill. The Dobyns Rods Fury Series is sensitive yet durable that handles catching Bluegills without any problems or issues. For instance, when we were catching Bluegill we noticed that the Dobyns Rods Fury Series is sensitive enough to pick up the vibrations or movements that Bluegills make when they attack your bait. The Dobyns Rod has great flexibility which allows Dobyns Rod to perform well in our fishing trips.

For example, you can bend it at its base smoothly without any problems – it’s flexible yet durable and works excellent for catching Bluegill. Also, the rod can handle different types of weather conditions, multiple species of fish, and various applications with ease. The performance on this rod was second to none – we love using the Dobyns Rod because it handles well, performs efficiently, and lasts long.

For the times that we’ve used this rod, we used it on freshwater lakes, rivers, ponds, and even ice holes. As mentioned earlier, the Dobyns Rods Fury Series worked well on all three applications (flipping, cranking, or casting). Versatility is excellent with Dobyns Rods because you can use the Dobyns Rod in multiple scenarios and still perform well.

Different Sizes and Style for Dobyn's Rods Fury Series Cating Fishing Rod

Medium/Heavy (6’6″/Medium, 7’0″/Medium, 7’3″/Medium): This style is suitable for a wide range of freshwater and saltwater fishing situations. The medium/heavy is best suited for small to medium-sized fish such as crappie, fluke, redfish, snook, sea trout, and stripers.

Crankbait (7’0″/Medium): Crankbait is perfect for covering large areas of water in search of largemouth bass. These rods are ideal when fishing for suspended bass over brush, grass, or submerged debris.

Flip (7’6″/Medium): Flip is a technique that can be done on spin or baitcasting tackle. This style is perfect for flipping jigs, tubes, and creature baits.

Swimbait (7/9″/Medium and 8″): Swimbait is preferred for pitching into heavy cover when fishing is tough. These rods are perfect for throwing big swimbaits in thick grass, rocky structure, or timber.

Heavy (6’6″, 7’0″, 7’3″): Heavy duty rods that work best in heavy cover when fishing is tough. This style is perfect for throwing big crankbaits and jigs when you’re looking for big fish in thick vegetation, submerged wood, and other structure where fish like to hold tight.

Advantages of Owning a Dobyns Fury Series Rod

The advantage of owning a Dobyns Fury Series Rod is that you can save money by not needing multiple rods. For example, if you’re an avid bass fisherman and like to use different styles of lures (i.e. topwater, shallow running crankbaits, and deep-diving cranks) then this rod works well for all three.

You can use the same rod for different types of baits, presentations, and styles without any problems.

Another advantage is that this Dobyns Rod is very durable compared to other rods on the market. The quality is excellent and you don’t have to worry about it snapping or being too flexible – the Dobyns Rod works well for multiple applications.

This rod is also great for beginners – you won’t need to learn multiple styles of techniques because all three applications (i.e. topwater, shallow running crankbaits, and deep-diving cranks) can be used on this rod effectively.

It’s lightweight and easy to use – if you’re targeting bass then it’s perfect because you don’t want a heavy rod; this style of Dobyns Rod is perfect for power fishing.

Disadvantages of Owning a Dobyns Fury Series Rod

The disadvantages of buying a Dobyns Rod are that the price range depends on the size of the rod. For example, if you’re looking for one that can handle heavy applications then expect to pay more – the same goes if you’re looking for one that’s light weight.

Another disadvantage is that not all styles are available in different sizes. For example, if you’re looking for a Dobyns Rod that’s 7 1/2 feet then you will only have an option of buying either medium-heavy or heavy.

How Much do Dobyns Rods Weigh?

The Dobyns Rods weigh between 7.8 ounces and 10.6 ounces depending on the Dobyn Rods Fury series you purchased.

How Long Does Dobyn Rods Fury Series Run?

Dobyn Rods Fury Series has a rod length of 7’3″.

What Pros Use Dobyns Rods?

According to Dobyns Rod, pros such as Kevin VanDam (bass pro) and Jason Christie (pro fisherman) use Dobyns Rods.

Does Dobyns Provide Military Discount?

According to you get a 30% discount with Dobyns Rods for an active duty or retired military or first responder.