Tsunami Trophy Slow Pitch Jigging Casting Rods just punched the fishing world in the gut! These rods are lightweight, powerful and come with an acid wrap guide layout that you can only find on high-end custom rods! The acid wrap design minimizes stress on the rod and reduces breakage from high sticking. Tsunami Trophy Slow Pitch Jigging Casting Rods are constructed of a high modulus graphite mesh and composite blend for strength and weight reduction. They have been outfitted with Fuji O aluminum-oxide guides, a Fuji graphite reel seat with trigger and stainless hoods and a custom EVA grips. The reargrip has been split to further reduce weight. For the money, this rod cannot be beat! Tsunami continues to deliver great rods at a price that can't be beat!
Tsunami Trophy Slow Pitch Jigging Casting Rods are available in three models. Perfect for bottom fishing and jigging. There are models for fluke, bass, seabass. blackfish and more! All rods are one-piece.
Models: TSSPJ-C-661MH, TSSPJ-C-681H, TSSPJ-C-761XH
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Beautiful rod! I can't wait to fish it. I like that I can use a wide range of lures with it. I purchased this rod so I can take others with me fishing and I don't have to let them use my high end rods. Thinking about getting another for myself and using it when I go on party boats.
Im not sure how this 6'6MH is not a top rated fluke rod. I bought one last week specifically to test out on some south shore fluke. The rod performed unlike any other rod in my collection. I paired it with an Abu Garcia Revo3 inshore spooled up with some 20lb maxcuatro. The whole combo weighed under a pound and handled 6-8lb ocean fluke better than ANY of my larger combos. Hooked up on some big blues just for fun, testing out the rod. At that weight you can literally fish it all day long without a moment of fatigue. The acid wrapping absolutely makes a huge difference not only in the rods performance with a large fish on, but also in the sensitivity and connection with the rig. I was bucktailing, and that sensitivity is essential to both proper action and a good hook set. I spent some time in the back bays jigging and casting with a 3/4-1.5oz then i spent a few days in the ocean using bucktails up to 4oz. The rod handled everything perfectly. In a little over a week this combo has become my new favorite for fluke. Im very much looking forward to using it on some stripers and taugs this fall.
I have to say, i only fished it twice. One of which i was jigging an 8oz hammerjig. Unfortunately no fish that time bit the action was able to handle 8oz perfectly Took the rod out on a couple drifts along the Ambrose channels to see what I could jig up. The rod is nice. Was,jigging around 4oz most of the day and i felt that was the sweet spot. Sensitive enough to feel a small fish and a nice flex all the way through to where I felt comfortable high sticking but also left me with backbone where i needed it. Glassier end of a composite i feel. I love it. I love glass rods for bottom fishing but this one really offers the best of both worlds. I would highly recommend it. The price amazes me. Be warned, the reel seat is narrow. It wouldn't quite fit an avet in there so currently i have a maxel 20. I believe thats a size 20 reel seat Great rod. Matter of time before i buy another