Place Your Jetcast Orders Now or Wait Until 2023

Jetcast announced they will pause shipping for all orders between December 21st 2022 and January 2nd 2023. Customers can continue to place orders on the Jetcast webstore during this period, but most products will not ship until after January 2nd 2023.

The Jetcast signature made-to-order Sounder Covers will continue to ship during this period as they come directly from the factory. If enthusiasts want to buy any other Jetcast products for their friends or family -and have them in time for Christmas and The Holidays- now is the time to order.

Whether fishing from a Sea-doo, Yamaha, Kawasaki, or a boat, Jetcast has something for everyone and is sure to enhance experiences out on the water. Check them out on YouTube, Instagram, and Facebook, and visit their new website at

Read the full text of the release below:
Hi all, the Jetcast webstore won’t be shipping orders from 21st December-2nd January. We can still accept orders for all products during this period, but will only re-start shipping again on the 2nd. Our made-to-order custom Sounder Covers will continue to ship direct from the factory during this period, so turnaround times for these won’t be too affected. If you need something to make your days on the water even better, or give as a gift, get your orders in soon!

I’d also like to personally thank each and every one of you that have shown your support of me and the (new) Jetcast brand this year and purchased products from our store. I really appreciate it, and hope that the products have performed as well for you as they have for me and my fishing buddies!

If we don’t speak until 2023, have an awesome holiday break, drive safely, and be very careful on the water! I hope to get some days out there too if the weather finally behaves! I feel the need to get another mega-sized Spanish Mackerel!

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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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