Warranty & Registration


All new Diamondback rods are covered by our “Lifetime – Original Owner Warranty.”

Diamondback rods carry a lifetime warranty against manufacturer’s defects and workmanship. Diamondback will, at their option repair or replace any Diamondback rod which is found to be defective.  The original purchaser must register their rod with Diamondback within 30 days of the purchase date. Rods must be registered prior to warranty claims to avoid additional charges. This warranty does not cover lost sections, lost rods or intentional breakage. Diamondback reserves the right to determine whether to repair or replace any Diamondback rod covered by this warranty and the right to replace any discontinued models with comparable models when necessary. Colors and components may vary between original and replacement parts.

The original owner must send the entire Diamondback rods, including broken parts or pieces, freight paid and insured to the Minnesota address listed below.

To service your Diamondback rod, you must fill out the Warranty Service Form. Please follow the instructions stated and be sure to include the Warranty Service Form in the package.

For our Canadian and International customers please submit the “Contact Us” form to receive instructions on how to send in and pack your warranty items.

Thank you for choosing a Diamondback rod!

Diamondback Corp.

855 Village Center Drive #361,

North Oaks, MN 55127


★ Reviews

Let customers speak for us

15 reviews
8'-6" 6 weight

An all around good nymphing rod. Took the 6 weight, I built, in high water conditions and it performed well. Protected 5x tippett on a wild brown well over 20". For the price a well performing rod. The only improvement I would reccomend, is a stronger butt section. I think it would improve this rod's streamer throwing capabilities. Which is a must with any 6 weight in my opinion.

Nice looking rel!

I haven't had time to fish with this new reel, yet. But it looks great and appears to be well made with very good tolerances.

Go to rod

I have numerous rods in my collection but none as unique as the Clout 9' 5 weight. I have fished with it for a number of years and it is now my "go to" rod for everything from rivers to lakes, big fish and small. The sensitivity of the rod right down into the grip is remarkable.

10wt Saltwater Rod

I built a Flex 10wt for Saltwater and used it on a recent trip to Stuart, FL. I built the rod with a REC Reel Seat, a Winn composite grip, Pac-Bay single foot guides, and used Reddington Behemoth reel filled with Rio Outbound Short Tropical 10 wt. F/I line.

The outfit is well balanced, casts large weighted flies (Clousers) well both in-shore and near-shore situations. We landed snook, jacks and Spanish Mackerel on that trip, and the rod worked great.

Haven’t fished it yet

Looks nice tho