Jetcast Rebrands With Launch of New Website & YouTube Channel

When it comes to PWC fishing, Jetcast out of Queensland, Australia pushes the limits of this growing sport. Paul “Hayzey” Hayes and his team share their passion through a massive library of videos, articles, tutorials, and training, while their online store features an exclusive catalog of purpose-based PWC fishing essentials.

You can usually find Paul out on his 2019 Yamaha Waverunner FX HO, equipped with “Tubbies” fishing pods, Garmin Sounder/GPS, a GME 25W Marine VHF radio, and a variety of other specially installed accessories.

Many of these purpose-based accessories are now available on Jetcast’s new website, which “includes products from other great manufacturers, several who are increasingly listening to our needs and making unique products specifically for the Jetski Fishing market,” says Paul.

Some of the quality items featured on the Jetcast store include Rusler custom-made sounder covers, storage bags, and deluxe reel covers. They also feature a wide variety of Railblaza mounts, accessories, and navigation kits for both Yamaha and Sea-Doo watercraft.

Many of you reading this article have likely lost rods and reels – not to mention expensive GoPro cameras! Don’t become a statistic; Jetcast offers quality bungee rod tethers to secure your valuable gear, plus durable leashes for your GoPro.

While Paul and team were sad to see the “Jetfisher” brand go, they wanted to avoid any conflicts with Yamaha Motor Corporation, who holds the “Jet Fish” and “JetFish” trademarks.

Whether you ride Sea-Doo, Yamaha, or Kawasaki, or fish from a boat, Jetcast has something for everyone and is sure to enhance your experience out on the water. Check them out on YouTube, Instagram, and Facebook, and visit their new website at

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JD Brussels

A true Florida native, JD bought his first boat before he was old enough to drive. You can usually find him tinkering on one of his many projects, tearing up the ocean on his Ultra 310, or spending time out on the boat with his wife and 3 kids.

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