Shimano Trevala S Jigging Conventional Rods

Shimano Trevala S Jigging
Conventional Rods

$169.99 - $179.99
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TD Code
LengthPiecesPowerPro RatingJig WeightPowerActionPrice
TVSC63L
SHM-1821
6' 3''130 - 40lbs90gLMed-Fast$169.99 USD
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Oversize Packaging Required
TVSC63ML
SHM-1822
6' 3''140 - 50lbs110gMLMed-Fast$179.99 USD
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Oversize Packaging Required
TVSC63M
SHM-1823
6' 3''140 - 60lbs135gMMed-Fast$179.99 USD
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Oversize Packaging Required
TVSC63MH
SHM-1824
6' 3''150 - 80lbs168gMHMed-Fast$179.99 USD
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Oversize Packaging Required
Trevala S utilizes a new proprietary construction type called C4S. C4s results in incredible hoop strength and incredibly sensitive rods. Because of this construction we can use tiny rod diameters. These new smaller diameters lessen the overall weight which allows you to focus on fighting the fish and not your tackle. There is a Trevala S for fishing every new size of Shallow butterfly jig spinning and casting configurations are available. These very specific actions make success an even greater probability when spot fishing sunken stone outcroppings and wrecks. You will be amazed what these little rods are able to conquer.
  • C4S Blank Construction
  • Fuji Alconite Guides
  • Fuji Reel Seat
  • Custom Shaped Handles with Split Grip
  • EVA handles for comfort
5 Stars based on 24 reviews
By TT
New York
Best Value Rod
August 21, 2020
I have been fishing these rods in both Medium and Medium Heavy for over two years now. The Medium can handle up to 6oz sinkers anything heavier I switch to the Medium Heavy. I have caught a few Fluke over 10lbs with the medium and had no issue. This is my favorite rod and I have others that are much more expensive.
ProsValue and feel
ConsNone
By Joe
Warwick, NewYork
Light rod big power
July 25, 2020
I've been using these rods now for a couple of years and I like them so much that I've purchased every size available. Its a convenient rod that's great for bottom fishing on light tackle but with the lower backbone to pull fish with total control on a light set up that doesn't beat you up .
Proslight weight and surprisingly powerful backbone that will shock you !
ConsNoNE so far after over three years of use in various size rods
By Steve
Montauk, NY
Perfect for deepwater fluking
June 16, 2020
Fast tip for good jigging action with a solid backbone to fight bigger fish. I use this rod fishing anywhere from 40-120ft of water. Caught my biggest fluke at 10.75lbs and rod handled it like a champ! I now own 4 of the the same rods.
By Van
SoMD
Favorite jigging rod
June 8, 2020
I have two of these in conventional and spinning (for light casting). I have a Seigler SGN, with the longer crank arm, on this rod and love the combination and weight. The setup is butter. The rod has great action, is very strong and sensitive. These rods really do feel like a step up from the other jigging rods that I own.
By Brad
New York City
Trevala S MH casting rod
May 17, 2020
Very light and strong back bone for a small diameter rod. I matched with a Tekota 500HG which I will use for vertical jigging. It will be light enough for all day jigging and strong enough to land stripers and gorilla blues.
By Cobb
Glenmoore, PA
Amazing rod
March 2, 2020
Lightweight and is very versatile strong and looks nice
ProsLong grip Looks good Strong and sturdy
ConsNone at all
By Ralph S.
Enfield CT
Sensitive and strong
November 11, 2019
Great Blackfish Rod
ProsLightweight and Strong
ConsNone
By Jason
Pensacola fl
Not sure
August 14, 2019
Done got two that have snapped in half on me on the strike with amberjacks. I love the rod but can’t keep buying theses things every other week
By Roberto V.
Paramus NJ 07652
Shimano Trevala S Jigging Conventional Rods
July 16, 2019
I left a review about this rod recently, giving it a 5 star rating. I'm revising my review as I recently went out fluking out of the Atlantic highland area, with a few friends on a privately owned boat other than a charter. I'd have to say that I'm unsure about that rod tip, I'm not sure if it's because it's nano silica technology but seems as on a smaller boat the rod doesn't perform as let's say a silver bullet, or a stiffer rod. Maybe you have to bump up the grain to 110, 135, or 158 to get that lateral ridigity to get a better set on the hook. Not sure but I hooked into to some nice fluke and many shorts but unsure of this rod when it comes to back bay private boat fishing but on a charter I think it's great because you are higher up and get to use the back part of the rod aka backbone to really set the hook.
By Roberto V.
Paramus
Shimano Trevala S jigging conventional rod 9 (90 grain version)
July 6, 2019
I went out on a party boat for fluke out of Atlantic Highland.. I was bouncing weight up to 5 oucnes without any problem. I was impressed by the nano silcia technology that's incorporated into the rod's fibers. Truly great rod thats a powerhouse.
ProsVery light weight strong rod that has unbelievable backbone great feel in your hands. I would say that this nano silicia rod is possibly indestructible because of the advance technology that's incorporated into the rod.The action on the rod is ideal for true fluke fisherman. A+
ConsWould be nice if this rod was offered in 6'6" 6'8" and 7'. I think that a larger size rod would be beneficial for different applications such as fluking off a kayak, and possibly for just preference. I'm completely happy with the 6'3" I prefer the smaller rod for some reason but I overheard a conversation at Jigging world in Paramus NJ and a kayaker bought the Nexus 7' rod - great rod but if Shimano made a 7' rod with nano technology it's a no brainer.
By Louis
Collegeville, PA
Great rod for bottom fishing
July 2, 2019
Used this rod with an Avet SX reel on a party boat. With four foot seas and 15 knot winds this set up easily handles handles 8 oz weight. At first glance, I thought it would bend like a wet noodle. Not even close. Very impressed with the performance.
ProsGood performance and handles heavy weight
ConsWish the fore grip was a little longer
By craig m.
NJ
Go to bucktailing tail
June 21, 2019
I know its does not have your traditional action for bucktailing but when fishing especially inshore its the perfect rod for me. Light, strong and feels good using 4-6 ounces.
ProsLight Strong
ConsLittle Pricey
By Joseph 3.
New Jersey
Shimano trevalas jigging rod
April 24, 2019
This rod is for anyone who wants to catch fish while enjoying the day out on the water. It is sensitive to the touch with a excellent backbone. If I was going to purchase another rod I would but this one again
ProsIt light, capable of bringing in your fish ,strong and sensitive.
ConsNone at the moment
By Kevin b.
Bucks county pa
Best pole for the money
August 22, 2018
great product, light tackel pole with a lot of power.
Had no problem pulling in Bonita and false albies. Caught a couple 15 lbs blues with no issues. This is a must have rod in your arsenal.
By Aleks
Wethersfield, CT
Trevala S MH
September 8, 2016
My favorite rod in my arsenal for jigging or bottom fishing. It is sensitive enough to detect bites even with up to 12 ounces of weight and also has incredible strength for its size and weight. I use this rod fishing anything from 1 ounce bucktails to a high low rig with 12 ounce of weight. If I could pick one rod to fish all day this would be my choice no questions asked. The only negative thing about the Trevala S line is that they do not have a H (heavy) model. Other than that it is a fantastic rod for any type of fishing from porgy, to fluke, to bluefish and striper. Some may consider it an expensive rod, but I would say it has excellent value for its price point.
ProsSensitivity Strong Backbone Very Light Value
ConsTrevala S does not have a H model
13 Questions & 13 Answers
Alex
from Naples, FL asked:
December 25, 2019
What action is most appropriate for slow pitch jigging in 75-150ft of water with 2 to 6oz jigs?
1 Answer
The Trevala S is a med-fast action which is ideal for slow jigging due to the gradual bend in the rods tip as you lift your jig. This gives a more natural presentation on your jig. If you are in 75-150ft of water the M or MH will be the best option due to the heavier lure rating. 
Submitted by: Alyssa Madosky on December 30, 2019

RALPH SANDERS
from Enfield CT asked:
September 29, 2019
Will this rod handle heavy Blackfish and still be sensitive?

I want a pole strictly dedicated to Black Fishing.

1 Answer
The Trevala series is a very strong yet sensitive rod and would be great for tog and seabass 
Submitted by: Bernie De Graaf on October 4, 2019

Craig
from Eastern Shore, MD asked:
August 23, 2018
I was considering the TVSC63M model to pair up with my Maxel Hybrid 25 reel for bouncing 3 - 6 oz buck tails for deeper water, up to 90', fluke and sea bass, but wasn't sure if the rod tip was stiff/fast enough for this? Would the MH model make more sense? Thanks.
1 Answer
The mh would be a better option to throw 6 oz jigs.
Submitted by: Bernie on August 24, 2018

ed leipelt
from santa cruz ca asked:
July 26, 2018
was there a problem with the TVSC66XL when it was discontinued, i have one and want to get a tvsc 63m for deeper fishing, wish they were a few inches longer
1 Answer

Johnny
from Iwakuni, japan asked:
March 9, 2019
Would a fathom II levelwind 20 pair well with trevala s medium light rod? 
1 Answer
Absolutely
Submitted by: Andrew Montagna on March 14, 2019

Ron
from RI asked:
June 15, 2018
Will this fif a shimano tranx 300?
1 Answer
Yes this reel will fit this rod.
Submitted by: Ricky on June 15, 2018

Andras
from Neptune, NJ asked:
March 20, 2018
Hello! Can you paired with Shimano Torium 16 HGAL sw?
1 Answer
The Shimano Torium 16 HGAL would pair well with the Shimano TVSC63M Trevala S Jigging Conventional Rod.
Submitted by: Donald on March 21, 2018

Mahmood Alqaisi
from Jeddah,SA asked:
February 13, 2018
Is this rod will be shipped in long heavy tube ?
1 Answer
The Shimano Trevala S Jigging Conventional Rods get shipped in a long tube for transportation reasons.
Submitted by: Donald on February 13, 2018

Malqaisi
from Jeddah asked:
February 12, 2018
does MH work good with AVET sx g2 reel ? I read reviews about very small reel seat in this rod !
1 Answer
I just checked and the SX G2 single speed reel fits on the Shimano TVSC63ML Trevala S Jigging Conventional Rod.
Submitted by: Donald on February 14, 2018

Andy
from Jetty country, nj asked:
February 2, 2018
Would a 13 fishing a3 pair well with the medium of this rod? Mostly jigging fluke sea bass 40-100’
1 Answer
The 13 Fishing Concept A3 Reel paired with Shimano Trevala S Jigging Conventional Rod would be a great combo to use fishing for fluke and seabass. The 6.3:1 paired with the Shimano TVSC63ML Trevala S Jigging Conventional Rod would be a solid combo for your fishing needs.
Submitted by: Donald on February 3, 2018

garry bates
from lansdale pa asked:
March 1, 2017
looking for a rod that best matches the Tranx 300 for use in saltwater. Want it light weight and good for the bay.
1 Answer
The Shimano TVSC63ML Trevala S Jigging Conventional Rod would be a great for for the Shimano Tranx 300 for back bay use. Thank you for considering TackleDirect for your fishing needs.
Submitted by: Donald on March 1, 2017

Brian
from Connecticut asked:
January 12, 2017
Is the TVSC66XL still available? I see it listed on the Shimano website, but I can't seem to find it anywhere.
1 Answer
I'm sorry but the TVSC66XL is no longer available.
Submitted by: Devon on January 13, 2017

Andy
from Seaside Park asked:
February 26, 2015
Looking at the TREVALA 'S' TVSC63M & the TESCATA TSC66M for fluke jigging, using jigs 4-8 oz. Which would you recommend?
1 Answer
Hello Andy. To best suggest a rod for you, we would need to know a few things such as what kind of reel you have, what technique you are using, and some of the rod specifications you may or may not prefer. Please feel free to give on of our product specialists a call and we will be more than happy to get you set right up!
Submitted by: Brandon on March 11, 2015

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