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Shimano TVSC63L Trevala S Jigging Conventional Rod

Shimano TVSC63L Trevala S Jigging Conventional Rod

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Model
TD Code
LengthPiecesPowerPro RatingJig WeightPowerActionPrice
TVSC63L
SHM-1821
6' 3''130 - 40lbs90gLMed-Fast$169.99 USD
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 10 reviews
By Aleks
Wethersfield, CT
September 8, 2016
Trevala S MH
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
By christopher
Monroeville, NJ
April 19, 2016
awesome
I use this rod for deep water fluke jigging. It handles buck tails up to 8 oz. and has the backbone to land large fluke in 100' of water. Most of my fishing friends laughed when they first saw the size of this rod but they quickly went out and bought there own when they saw me landing fish after fish. also has been a great outfit for inshore seabass fishing.
Proslightweight extremely sensitive reasonable in price
Consguides are bent easily if laying around the boat short overall length short fore grip
By cody masso
Brevard County Florida
October 1, 2015
this rod is Awsome
This rod I rate 5 out of 5 all day hands down!!! im the Owner of BonaFide anglers fishing team and im a deck hand in florida an in new jersey seasonal.. I use this rod with the New Lexa 300 high line capacity left handed Bait caster... for all purpose fishing from Wreck fishing for Snapper to bottom fishing for Fluke to Launching lures for Mahi an Cobia an Blackfin tuna... this rod is soo amazingly light an Powerful you cant go wrong Amazing fights every time.. I own 3 of these Rods with different reels on them Cant go wrong for the price ethier
Consneeds a top grip above reel for small conventional reels
By Michael
Boynton Beach, FL
May 2, 2015
sweet rod
Not really a vertical jigging rod like the regular trevala but a nicenter rod
By Luc
Abu Dhabi
March 12, 2015
Jigging rod, with ability to cast some stickbait
Very nice rod, it's amzing how strong this rod is and how much it can handle . It feels very light and looks good.
By Jon
Long Branch, NJ
August 3, 2014
A "MUST HAVE" ROD
This rod is worth every penny and is one helluva work horse...Extremely light weight with plenty of backbone to handle heavy weights and action, yet sensitive enough to feel the lightest bite...If you don't have this rod and the M weight version of this rod, then you are missing out on an outstanding fishing experience!!! Pair it up with an Avet two-speed Raptor reel and you have an incredible fishing tool...
ProsExtremely light weight; plenty of backbone to handle heavy weights and action, yet sensitive enough to feel the lightest bite.
ConsNONE!!!
By Colin
Wallingford, PA
December 19, 2013
Trevala S
This i a great, light-weight setup with a light tip, but lots of backbone. Even though this rod is rated for around 4 ounces (110 grams), I've bottom bounced bucktails up to six ouces with it.
By Mohamed Hassan
Sharjah, Sharjah
January 19, 2013
Very Lightweight
Very Lightweight, Strong Blank high sensitivity
ProsVery Lightweight, Strong Blank high sensitivity
ConsNothing
By alex
margate city nj
October 15, 2012
great rod
i have the ml one its light and sensitive and strong i have a tyrnos 8 2 speed which is a great reel but a little heavy weight wise for this rod. but the rod is very strong and can handle bucktails and weights up to 8 ozs i use i for striper and fluke iv caught up to 30 lb striper on it
Prosstrong light looks cool like a largemouth bass rod
Conswish they made the heavier ones in 7 ft
By Mohamed Hassan
Sharjah, Sharjah
August 8, 2012
Very lite
Very lite material and also strong enough to handle big fish
ProsMicro fuji guide, long rear split grip
ConsNothing
3 Questions & 3 Answers
Phil C
from Brooklyn, New York asked:
December 25, 2017
Would this rod be prefect for fluke fishing inshore, with a 3oz bucktail, and how sensitive is the rod tip?
1 Answers
The Shimano TVSC63L Trevala S Jigging Conventional Rod would be suitable fishing for fluke using a 3 ox bucktail. This rod is a medium or moderate action will bend in the top half or so.
Donald
on December 27, 2017

Ken
from Pemberton nj asked:
March 7, 2017
would this be good for fluke with a diawa lexa 300 w/15 lb power pro and up to 6 oz jigs and or 10 oz weight?
1 Answers
The Shimano TVSC63L Trevala S Jigging Conventional Rod is rated using jigs up to 3 1/2 oz. I would advise not using jigs in the 6oz to 10 oz range with this rod. Thank you for considering TackleDirect for your fishing needs.
Donald
on March 9, 2017

brady
from florida asked:
March 13, 2016
will an avet lx fit this rod good
1 Answers
The LX is going to be to big for that rod. The biggest size i would suggest is mxl.
Tyler
on March 14, 2016

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