Lamiglas Tri-Flex Graphite Inshore Rods

Lamiglas Tri-Flex Graphite Inshore Rods

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TypeLengthPiecesLure WeightLine WeightHandleActionPrice
Casting6'11/4oz - 1oz8lb - 17lb4 (Carbon)Fast$220.00 USD
Spinning6'11/4oz - 1oz8lb - 17lb4 (Carbon)Fast$220.00 USD
Spinning6'611/4oz - 1oz8lb - 17lb4 (Carbon)Fast$220.00 USD
Casting7'11oz - 4oz8lb - 20lb15Fast$250.00 USD
Casting7'13/4oz - 3oz15lb - 30lb13Fast$250.00 USD
Casting7'13oz - 6oz15lb - 30lb15Fast$250.00 USD
Casting7'14oz - 10oz20lb - 40lb--Fast$250.00 USD
Casting7' 6''16oz - 16oz30lb - 50lb--Fast$250.00 USD
These Tri-Flex Graphite Inshore rods add power to move the most difficult Stripers, Blackfish, Amberjack and Grouper quickly away from line-parting wrecks. Tri-Flex stands for our proprietary blank designs in which three layers of material, each carefully chosen to provide specific characteristics, are integrated at specific intervals within each blank. More to the point, these rods contain a combination of lightweight power, durability, sensitivity and structural integrity that you’ll go gaga over. The only thing Tri-Flex Graphite Inshore rods don’t offer is limitations. Fish one, and you'll gain a whole new understanding of what a rod can be.
5 Stars based on 33 reviews
By Michael
Pelham, NY
Superb Striped Bass Rod
June 10, 2020
Excellent for live lining and chunking, the 7030CT is my go to. Enough backbone to stop fish and enough action on the tip to see all the small takes. Highly recommend!
By christian
Islip, NY
Great Inshore Rod
March 14, 2020
Great inshore rod to pair with a small avet. On the heavier side. Will primarily use this for blackfish.
ProsValue. Quality
By Phil C.
Brooklyn, New York
Lamiglas TFX7020CT Awesome Rod
September 15, 2019
I actually bought this rod for fluke fishing and pair it, Seigler, Small Game Narrow Lever Drag Reel. It a rod with plenty of backbone on it, yet sensitive enough for fluke fishing. Plan to use this rod and reel combo for tog jigs, should be able to handle blackfish as well. Comfortable for a full day of fishing. Love the cork grips, can't say a bad thing about any Lamiglas rods. Highly recommend.
ProsStrong, Lightweight, Cork grips, in my opinion, it easily handle 1oz to 4oz jigs, but gone as far as 6 oz with no problem but rarely do I go above 3oz.
ConsWish it had a hook keeper, other than that,,, none
By Mark C.
New York
Lamiglas Tri-Flex
June 25, 2019
Outstanding rod for lights tackle fluking, artificial or bait. Nice and strong and practically no weight at all.
By Jay
Columbia, MD
Very nice tog rod
May 28, 2019
I paired this tfx7030ct with daiwa saltist 15p star drag reel. Perfect combo for blackfishing!
By Ron M.
Bulverde, TX
missing G1000 Pro
May 11, 2019
Never met a Lami I didn't like, from the rare glass 605 and Perigree fly rods, to the G1000 steelhead rods for inshore use. I think TD is missing the boat by not offering these rods. When cast distance is everything, 8-1/2' Lami steelhead rod will double the distance of your basic 7' inshore rod. Simple ballistics, 20% more length means 20% greater lure release velocity, and that doubles the cast distance. I've fished the MH Rogue River special since before it was discontinued, and added the GP86MTC for a long rod ML slot. Casting from one slope of a narrow boat channel all the way to fish sign on the cut bank on the other side. Before-first-light dock fishing into the Arroyo Colorado, 15 select long casts with this rod to schoolie spec sign at the edge of the lights got me a limit before 5am every morning for a week - had to release every fish I caught drifting the flats that week. Drift fishing a power boat, the long rod gets your lure far away from boat hull-slap noise. Not trying to lead you away from TD, because they are The Best, but light long rods can be a hoot drift fishing the flats.
Consmissing G1000 Pro from the Lami options
By George
LI sound and beyond
Very nice rod
May 3, 2019
Very nice rod, stiff enough to jig heavier metal, soft enough to cast well. Good feel, exceptional build quality- used to fish st croix, May have just found another addition.
By Kentucky M.
North Myrtle Beach SC
Love my new Lami
February 1, 2019
I have been wanting this bad boy ever since I picked up two sizes of Fin Noor reels and the quality and good looks of the Lamiglas heavy duty have me set for some serious bottom fishing,
By john
lami 30CT
December 1, 2018
I bought this Rod for blackfishing. I have many high end rods, but this is really special. very sensitive but great fighting power. try one & you will be sold .
By Douglas
Shoreham, New York
my live bait and togging rod
June 19, 2018
if im live lining eels for bass or pulling tog away from structure this is my go to rod, i paired it with an accurate boss valiant 300 and love the combo, the sensitivity of the rod is incredible would highly recommend for these two applications
Proslight weight sensitive strong
By Christopher
Loreto Baja, Mx
Plenty of Muscle
May 23, 2018
Living in Baja you never know what will grab your offerings. So you must be ready to tangle with some really big and tough fish. My LG has held up to big yellowtail, snapper and dorado. A great rod when you need to lay the hammer down dragging big fish out of the rocks.
ProsVery strong yet light rod
ConsWas hoping for a softer tip for plug and live bait fishing
By Anthony
striped bass ealing rod in montauk
September 13, 2017
Great rod for ealing bass
By Adam
New York, NY
Solid rod.
August 13, 2017
Bought this rod for togging in NY. Also ended up using it for chunking for Striped Bass. Plenty of back bone for pulling tog out of reefs. Landed a trophy bass and large bluefish without an issue.
By Reggie M.
Atlanta, GA
Great rod
January 2, 2017
I really like the cork grips, and it really can throw 1 to 4 ounces. Great action in the tip. It is rate for 8-20 lb test, but I would say 10-20 is more like it.
ProsStrong. Light weight. Cork grips. Great casting on a wide range of weights, 1 to 4 oz.
ConsIt would have been great to have a hook keeper on this rod. That would have finished it off nicely.
By Yang w.
Newark DE
Easy and light
May 11, 2016
I think, it is not only wonderful for tog fishing, but it is awesome to use for black Seabass and cod as well.
11 Questions & 11 Answers
Robert smith
from Dartmouth Ma. asked:
April 9, 2019
Hi will a avet mxl 5.8 reel mount on a lamiglas trx7030c or is a7030ct a better fit.

   Thanks Bob

1 Answer
The trx7030c would be a better overall fit. 
Submitted by: Bernie De Graaf on April 11, 2019

Michael Doherty
from NY asked:
April 30, 2020
Is this rod made in USA?
1 Answer
Yes, Lamiglas rods are manufactured in Washington, USA. 
Submitted by: Sydney on April 30, 2020

from Brooklyn, New York asked:
July 12, 2019
Can a baitercaster be fitted to this rod? What's the sinker weight for the TFX7020CT. Thanks
1 Answer
Yes, absolutely! Lure weight 1/2 - 2 1/2 oz.
Submitted by: CHARLES on July 16, 2019

from New York asked:
July 3, 2019
Can you put a bait caster on the TFX7020CT? 
1 Answer
Yes, absolutely.  A Lexa or a TranX would fit perfectly.
Submitted by: CHARLES on July 26, 2019

from boston asked:
February 13, 2018
looking to pair this rod with a seigler small game conventional reel. Gonna put 50# braid on and use it for stripers using live bait (mackerel and pogies) sometimes with weights up to 8oz. Would the 7030ct or 7040ct model be better? I like my tackle on the lighter side but is the 7030ct too light for this?
1 Answer
The 7030ct would be a bot light for the application your using the rod for. The 7040ct would be a better fit pairing it with the Seigler SM reel fishing for stripers using live bait.
Submitted by: Donald on February 14, 2018

from New York asked:
September 24, 2017
Is the 7030 ct good for blackfish fishing is it strong enough ?
1 Answer
Absolutely, in fact the TFX7030CT and TFX7040CT have become very popular rods among black-fisherman.
Submitted by: Devon on September 26, 2017

Carlos Sandoval
from Huntington New York asked:
September 10, 2017
Would the 7040 CT be good for bottom/tautog fishing?
1 Answer
Yes, in fact the Tri-Flex has become a very popular option for Tog and other bottom fishing applications.
Submitted by: Devon on September 11, 2017

from Long Island asked:
February 11, 2017
What is the difference between the "C" casting rods and the "CT" casting rods? I see the lure ratings are heavier for the CT--anything else?
1 Answer
The C models and CT models have different reel seats. The C model has a finger trigger underneath the reel seat. The foothold threads down towards the front of the reel. The CT model has no trigger on the bottom and the foothold threads up towards the back of the reel.
Submitted by: Devon on February 11, 2017

from Fairfield, CT asked:
December 15, 2014
What model would you recommend for live lining and trolling? I'm looking for a conventional set up.
1 Answer
The LAM-0106 would be your best bet for your applications.
Submitted by: Customer Service on December 16, 2014

from Fairfield, CT asked:
December 13, 2014
Would these rods be good for live lining or trolling for Stripers? If yes, which casting model would you recommend?
1 Answer
These rods are excellent live lining rods and can be used for trolling as well. We suggest the LAM-0106.
Submitted by: Customer Service on December 16, 2014

from Fairfield, CT asked:
December 13, 2014
Would these rods be good for live lining or trolling for Stripers? If yes, which casting model would you recommend?
1 Answer
These rods are excellent live lining rods and can be used for trolling as well. We suggest the LAM-0106.
Submitted by: Customer Service on December 16, 2014


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