St. Croix Tidemaster Inshore Spinning Travel Rods

St. Croix Tidemaster Inshore Spinning Travel Rods

The new hadcrafted Tidemaster inshore spinning Travel rod series are made with premium SCII graphite for strength and durability.

$240.00 - $250.00
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Model
TD Code
LengthPowerActionPiecesLine Weight
(lb)
Lure Weight
(oz)
Rod Weight
(oz)
HandlePrice
TIS70MLF3
SCR-0883
7'MLFast38 - 141/8 - 1/24.42$240.00 USD
TIS70MF3
SCR-0884
7'MFast38 - 173/8 - 3/44.72$240.00 USD
TIS70MHF3
SCR-0885
7'MHFast310 - 201/2 - 1 1/45.34$250.00 USD
TIS76MF3
SCR-0886
7'6''MFast38 - 173/8 - 3/45.63$250.00 USD
TIS76MHF3
SCR-0887
7'6''MHFast310 - 201/2 - 1 1/46.16$260.00 USD
TIS76HF3
SCR-0888
7'6''HFast312 - 253/4 - 27.17$280.00 USD
The new handcrafted Tidemaster Inshore Spinning Travel series rods are made with premium SCII graphite for strength and durability. Batson Forecaste hard aluminum-oxide guides feature new 316 stainless steel frames for dramatically improved corrosion resistance, especially compared to 304 stainless steel frames.Tidemaster rods are meticulously finished with two coats of Flex Coat slow-cure finish.
  • Premium quality SCII Graphite
  • Outstanding strength, sensitivity and hook setting power
  • Designed specifically for inshore saltwater angling
  • Batson Forecaste hard aluminum-oxide guides feature new 316 stainless steel frames for dramatically improved corrosion resistance, especially compared to 304 stainless steel frames
  • Fuji DPS reel Seat/frosted silver hoods
  • Premium-grade cork handle
  • Two coats of Flex Coat slow-cure finish
  • 5-year warranty backed by unmatched St. Croix service
  • Handcrafted in the U.S.A.
5 Stars based on 13 reviews
By Jim W.
Lewes de
Awesome
April 25, 2020
High quality American made!!!!!
By Joe
Medford, NJ
Great inshore travel rod
March 24, 2020
I've had this rod for 4 years and it's all around great. I've never had a problem with this rod and the TSA and I carry it on when I travel to Costa Rica. This is a great inshore reel for backbay stripers and bluefish in New Jersey, Redfish and seatrout in Charleston (anywhere down south) and for snappers, jacks and small roosterfish.
ProsGreat portability Great backbone Solid rod
By pete
Radford, Virginia
Great rod
February 8, 2020
Use mostly at the shore for reds, mackeral and blues. Does a super job of pulling them in.
ProsStrong rod with a sensitive tip
ConsNone
By Steve
NORTH CAROLINA
All you need
December 21, 2019
These rods are perfect for going after mutton snapper when running from one flat to another. I mean, even fly fishermen gotta eat.
By Peter
Maryland
Excellent Travel Rod and Case
April 19, 2019
This travel rod is great. It comes in three pieces and breaks down very easily into a super sturdy, hard, protective, case. I am very impressed by the quality of the case as most brands do not focus as much attention to this.

The rod itself is a little stiffer than I expected; but, I had no problems slinging my baits out on the water. I fished this rod all day and it was a pleasure to use. I do wish there were guide marks to aid with alignment when assembling the rod. I used a gold metallic marking pen to create my own so it's quicker to put together next time.
ProsProtective travel case is phenomenal
ConsWish there were alignment guides to line up pieces easier.
By dwells75
Brooklyn, NY
Great Travel Option
January 20, 2019
I am a fly fisherman first and foremost. However, sometimes the weather does not cooperate and I have to use spin gear. This travel rod was purchased for those situations and it has lived up to its reputation. It warrants mentioning that this rod was highly recommended by two guides who guide on Long Island and Andros Island, Bahamas.
ProsPacks small. Great action. Durable.
ConsNone
By Cajun M.
Stamford, CT
Perfect inshore travel rod
November 4, 2018
This is the ideal inshore rod for stripers and blues in the Northeast, reds, drum and specks down south. Felt like a one-piece.
ProsStrong, sensitive light
By Chip
SARASOTA, FL
Great travel rod
January 14, 2017
Feels and casts just like the same model, one piece that I have.
ProsQuality and size.
By Roger
Columbus, Indiana
St Croix travel rod
September 24, 2015
If you travel the St Croix inshore travel spinning rod is a must. Resent Florida inshore trip proved to be an advantage. Took 3 rods and only 1 was a travel rod. May have to change my approach when traveling.
By KT
Silver Spring, Maryland
St. Croix TIS70MHF 3 Tidemaster Inshore Spinning Travel Rod
November 26, 2013
Took to Abaco, Bahamas and stayed @ Casaurina Point to try Bone Fishing, rod performed fabulously. Couldn't tell that it was 3 pieces, caught nice sized (4 - 6 lbs) Bone fish on the flats @ low tide and went up into the canal and caught 8lbs Snapper under the Mangroves and other Tropical fish (looked to cool to eat). Case a bit large to fit in luggage but who cares, paired it with a Shimmano 4000 Sedona / it was the real-deal Abaco Bone fishing.
ProsSolid feel when assembled and you have a fishing rod on Travel
ConsCan't fit into carry-on luggage and becomes your personal carry-on item (and wouldn't fit in snorkel & fins bag).
By Greg
Georgia
Great Rod
March 24, 2013
Exactly as described. Service is excellant.
By Pat
Brantford Ontario Canada
Onlineadventures
January 27, 2013
I used this rod in Costa Rica on the western side for Rooster fish and landed several in the Ten to fifteen lb range with no problem.
ProsA tough but also light rod , plenty of backbone.
ConsYou need a large piece of luggage to pack this rod .
By Robert
Gibsonia, PA
Super rod
December 3, 2012
Very nice rod
7 Questions & 8 Answers
Bull
from Texas asked:
May 24, 2019
Which reel and size would you recommend in the $300-$500 range on the MH 7 ft model? Inshore trip to Belize planned.  Thank you. 
2 Answers
I LOVE PENN!  The are the best bang for your buck,  Penn slammer 3500 all day long
Submitted by: Andrew Montagna on May 24, 2019
The 4000 stradic ci4+ would pair well and a slammer 3 3500 model as well.
Submitted by: Bernie De Graaf on May 24, 2019

James
from FXBG, Va asked:
January 3, 2019
Leaving March 26th for a bonefish trip in the Bahamas. What are the chances of having a 7'6M shipped out before then? Thanks!
1 Answer
We have that rod in stock and it can be shipped out as early as tomorrow
Submitted by: Bernie on January 3, 2019

James
from Fredericksburg, Va asked:
December 17, 2018
When will the 76MF be back in stock? I'm considering one for a bonefish setup. Thoughts?
1 Answer
At this time we have no current date from St.Croix
Submitted by: Bernie on December 17, 2018

Paul
from Denver, Colorado asked:
September 27, 2017
How long is the 7' 6 travel rod with and without the case?
1 Answer
In the case its 34 1/2 inches out of the case it 7 foot 6
Submitted by: Bernie on September 28, 2017

Sam
from singapore asked:
May 14, 2017
hello Does thiz rod made of Grafite ? becuz im confuse .. vedio said said carbon fiber .
1 Answer
These rods are made with SCII graphite.
Submitted by: Bernie on May 17, 2017

neil
from u.k asked:
January 18, 2014
hello do you know how long the 7.6ft rod sections are ?{not in tube}. thanks neil.
1 Answer
32" each length (Includes layover length between joint sections)
Submitted by: Customer Service on January 19, 2014

Brian
from New York, ny asked:
November 12, 2013
How long is the travel case for the 7' st croix tidemaster travel rod? Also, will it fit in a suitcase?
1 Answer
The travel rod length broken down is 33". So you would have to make sure that the suitcase it longer than 33" in length.
Submitted by: Customer Service on November 13, 2013

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