Last Updated:
07 Jan 2018

Flying With Fishing Rods on JetBlue 2018

JetBlue Fishing Equipment Policy 2018
Airline Name JetBlue
Category Fishing Equipment
Accepts Fishing Equipment Yes
Counts Toward Baggage Allowance Yes
Cost Free
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JetBlue Fishing Equipment Policy

There is no additional charge for fishing equipment on JetBlue flights; however, one item of fishing equipment will count as one of your checked bags. Fishing poles are exempt from the standard size requirements (62") but should still follow weight and other equipment guidelines.

One item of fishing equipment is considered:
Two rods
One reel
One landing net
One pair of fishing boots (properly encased)
One fishing tackle box

Please note: all equipment should be packed in a hard-sided container

Fishing poles are allowed as carry-on baggage provided they fit in the overhead compartment. Small hooks for fly fishing or fresh water hooks are acceptable as allowed by TSA (Transportation Security Administration). Deep sea fishing hooks are permitted in checked bags only.

Spear Guns on JetBlue Flights
Spear Guns must be in a hard-sided container or with the tip of the spear protected to prevent damage and must be within the size and weight guidelines, or excess fees would apply.

JetBlue does not allow compressed gas cylinders. If the gas cylinder cannot be removed from the spear gun, it will not be allowed.

See Also: 2018 JetBlue Baggage Policies

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