Shimano TMSE70MH Teramar Inshore Northeast 7ft Spinning Rod

Shimano TMSE70MH Teramar Inshore Northeast 7ft Spinning Rod

Price: $169.99
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Model
TD Code
LengthPowerActionLine Wt. (lb)PowerPro
Rating (lb)
Lure Wt. (oz)Reargrip LengthForegrip LengthPrice
TMSE70MH
SHM-2930
7'0
1pc
Medium HeavyMedium Fast12-2520-501/2-212''5''$169.99 USD
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  • TC4 blank construction
  • Fuji Aluminum Oxide Guides
  • Fuji reel seat
5 Stars based on 3 reviews
By Patrick
Auburn, MA
Great rod
July 21, 2020
This rod is super light and has all the strength I require for my setups.
By Mike I.
donovans.moon@verizon.net
shimano quality
July 2, 2017
i like the way i can feel the light hit of a flounder and the strength to haul in a 12-15 lb. nasty mean blue fish!
By Curtis
York, PA
Great sensitivity for bottomfishing!
June 6, 2016
Feel the lightest taps on the line. For bottom fishing, this rod handles 8 oz lead easily. Pair it with a medium 4000-5000 sized Reel and you'll have upper hand in most battles against Seabass, ling, Cod, etc...
ProsLight, sensistive, good backbone for hook setting. Great bottomfishing rod!
Consnone
4 Questions & 4 Answers
Shawn
from CT asked:
December 15, 2018
I paired this rod with a Socorro 6000 at the suggestion of the shop I bought it from. I now want to put a lighter reel on it. I was thinking a stradicfk 5000 or a clash 4000. What is the weight formula/ratio for making a well balanced combo? What size reel would you suggest for using 20 or 30 lb braid with this rod?
1 Answer
There is no real formula per se balancing out a rod and reel. It Just means that neither the tip of the rod or the reel weight is heavier feeling then the other both weights should cancel eachother out. A stradic 5000 fk would pair well with this rod or a 6000 saragosa
Submitted by: Bernie on December 15, 2018

Shawn
from CT asked:
December 12, 2018
I have this and love it so far. I use 30lb power pro. I wonder where the 20-50lb power pro rating comes from? Similar and heavier rods seem to be in the 15-30lb range. Especially with a 1/2 - 2oz lure rating. How does the heavier rating come into play?
1 Answer
With this specific blank from Shimano the line weight gradually goes up when the power of the rod goes up.
Submitted by: Bernie on December 12, 2018

Mike
from NJ asked:
March 26, 2019
Looking to pair this rod up with a Shimano Thunnus 8000 to live line bunker and throw a popper at Stripers.  What action and length would you pair up the 8000 with?  Or, do you think the 6000 is a better fit for the rod?
1 Answer
We unfortunately do not carry that rod anymore. The 6000 would have balanced better than a 8000. 
Submitted by: Rebecca Redington on April 11, 2019

Damian
from 11954 asked:
October 28, 2017
How is the Shimano TMSE70MH spinning rod as a light tackle caster from shore?
1 Answer
The Teramar is a great rod for all light to medium inshore applications. That particular model would be great for casting lighter plugs and jigs under 2 oz and lighter weight and bait style fishing.
Submitted by: Devon on October 30, 2017

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