TackleDirect Silver Hook Conventional Jigging Rods

TackleDirect Silver Hook Conventional Jigging Rods

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TD CodeTypeLengthPowerActionBraid Line Rating
(lb)
Lure
Weight (oz)
Price
TDSCJ661H
TDA-1435
Conventional Jigging6'6
1 pc
HeavyModerate-Slow30-1002-8$99.99 USD
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Oversize Packaging Required
TDSCJ66MH
TDA-1436
Conventional Jigging6'6
1 pc
Medium-HeavyModerate-Slow20-651-6$99.99 USD
Qty:
Oversize Packaging Required
The TackleDirect Silver Hook Series Conventional Jigging Rod is a high performance TackleDirect rod. It's the result of stringent "on the water" design and testing by some of the finest sport anglers around the world. TackleDirect Silver Series rods were created to satisfy both the professional and weekend angler.

  • Precision graphite composition high strength blank
  • Genuine Fuji O Series guide
  • Saltwater rugged EVA shrink grips
  • Fuji double locking graphite seat with stainless hood
  • Rubberized gimbal butt
  • High gloss epoxy double thread wraps
5 Stars based on 1 reviews
By Walter R.
Michigan
Great Rod
August 27, 2019
i live in michigan but bought this rod for a trip to florida. i wanted a jigging rod that i could do a lot of different things with, and this rod has not let me down. very light and fishable, but never lacking in power. paired with an AVET MXJ, ive used it for jigging and trolling for mahi and tuna. live lined a few baits, and even got buttoned up on a big 250+ pound bull shark. the reel may have been undersized in some situations, but not the rod! ive also used it trolling big baits for muskie and fishing the channels for sturgeon here in michigan. you can feel everything with this rod but get into the back bone quickly with enough shock absorption for even the biggest head shakes. nothing but happy with this rod. and everyone always notes how light and nice to fish with it is.

very happy. very well built.
1 Question & 1 Answer
david
from west hartford, ct asked:
June 22, 2019
Would this be a good rod for fluke fishing off Connecticut?  We use 6oz to 14oz sinkers depending on the current.  Thanks
1 Answer
The 6'6 model would be on the light side of what you would need, you may need to go to a heavier jigging rod. 
Submitted by: Bernie De Graaf on June 26, 2019

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