1/4-1 1/2 oz
Med/Heavy Ex Fast
Frogs, Pitchin' & Flippin', Small Swimbaits
WARNING: Cancer and Reproductive Harm – www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.
– September 28, 2013
If you like to throw frogs then this is the rod for you. The 735C is an all around work horse. I use this rod for open water frogging, heavy jigs, and large top water baits. The rods is balanced so it won’t wear you out after a long day on the water and is sensitive that you won’t miss a bite. It’s also great for small swimbaits and flipping.
– October 11, 2013
This rod has the perfect discription. It performs equaly well as a frog rod or pitchin stick. You can throw any frog a country mile with the soft tip and horse them out of cover with the perfect amount of backbone. Balanced just right I used it all day two days in a row and it never got had any arm fatigue.
– January 4, 2014
For the last three years, I have had 2 735’s strapped to the deck of my boat. In our weed-choked local lakes, it has been an outstanding search tool for frogs, toads, buzzers, and 5″ swim baits. Using 50 or 65lb braid, I can make long casts and still set the hook. In close quarters, the 735 is still accurate enough to skip a flappin’ shad or Bronzeye frog under a dock.
– March 5, 2014
Notice right off the bat before adding a reel the balance in my hand was perfect. The extra inch on the handle gives it big rod feel but the tip allows for great presentation. The perfect jig rod or Carolina rig. Flagship of my building arsenal!!
– January 17, 2015
I choose the Dobyns Rods 634CB (6’3″) for Jerkbait fishing. When I move, twitch or jerk the bait I’m moving the rod from 7 o’clock to max 8 o’clock position down to a 6 o’clock position. The shorter 634CB makes this easier without having the tip hit the water. I think it allows the angler to do more types of cadences with the rod which makes the bait do more and entices the fish to bite. For me the Shorter 6’3″ rod is perfect for this style of fishing and makes it easier for me to control the bait. This is very common method how anglers in the Midwest work a Jerkbait…I do know the West Coast they prefer the 704 CB (7′ 0″) for working jerkbaits and I have used that rod for different situations like long casting open water. Normally we are working very close to docks and over small brush piles so it makes it easier for me and my preferred choice is the 634 CB. Hope this helps you select the best Dobyns Rod for your jerkbait fishing needs.
– May 12, 2015
This rod is a beast. If you want a great all around rod for t-rigs, jigs, and frogs the is the one for you. It’s backbone is insane for the amount of tip it has. The sensitivity is unmatched by any other rod company. I send 1-2 pounders lunching up out of the water all day with this. If you want a meat stick this is it.
– August 4, 2015
This rod is an all around beast. You can flip/pitch Ta-rigs and jigs into heavy cover. Pull fish out of thick mats when frog fishing. It is also long enough to pull a lot of slack in which makes for a great Carolina rig rod. The balance and sensitivity is unmatched and it is the best all around heavy cover rod.
– February 4, 2016
An absolutely great rod for the price point. I put this rod through hell last summer and was super impressed. Really fast tip, and great backbone, this stick has replaced rods twice it’s price in my arsenal. Plus, it looks pretty awesome on your deck ;).
Norman Douglas Crittle
– March 10, 2021
I have almost completely converted my rod inventory to Dobyns Rods. They are simply the best and their warranty is hassle free. This 735 is amazing for all types of applications. The latest use for me has been A-Rigs and small to medium size swim baits. It’s perfectly balanced and the fierce responsiveness is what I need for catching more fish. I’m sold on all the Dobyns Rod lines…they are the best!!
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