Bay Rods are produced by Furnace Bay Angling Products, LLC.
consisting of the Competition Series product lines in Bass,
Inshore and Fly. Furnace Bay Rods are now Custom Made US, contracting
the finest blank makers rolling our patterns and then assembled with quality parts per your choosing or as shown on the Products Page.
Our rods are made to our design specifications and performance
values with the long-term goal to satisfy the most particular anglers with a performance product they can be proud of.
small family business we assemble custom products ourselves, but contract assemblers for quantity orders. We have an alliance partnership with American blank manufacturing
and rod finishing operations. Furnace Bay Angling Products
will produce the finest and most up to date product we
Furnace Bay Rods blank design is the result of many years
of work, trial and error, and now these
designs are the centerpieces of our finished product.
Furnace Bay Prostaffer, Daveid Swendseid says he likes
to target big smallies - He's not llying, All these
big fish were caught on just two rods.The Furnace Bay
6'6" MLF spinning rod (David recommends it for
dropshotting) and the Furnace Bay 7'0" M cranking
stick. Baits used were Timber Tiger DC13 and Bass Chow
prototype drop shot worms."
Furnace Bay Angling Products
Furnace Bay Angling Products LLC. manufactures custom and
tournament bass, cranking, flipping, fly, and saltwater
fishing rods. We provide product development and design
services for the manufacturing of specialty rods for private
labels, gifts, retirement presents, and catalog items. Our
products which are "Made in America" include·
· Fly Rods
· Light Saltwater
· Travel Rods - Fly and Conventional
· Custom Rods for Special Applications
· Product Development and Design
· Presentation Fishing Rods - Retirement, Corporate,
Gift · Fishing Rods for the Bass and Walleye Professional
· Consulting for OEM and Private Label Rods
Gary Miller, West View Shores, MD
25 lb Striper caught on Upper Chesapeake Bay during catch
and release season. Caught with Furnace Bay Salt Water
Fly Rod 3 piece 8 wt with 10lb tippet. Fly was a Bay Anchovie
- White and Chartreuse tied by John Uhler Worked to shore
photographed and released.