TackleDirect Silver Hook Series 3pc Travel Rods

TackleDirect Silver Hook Series 3pc Travel Rods

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TD Code
DescriptionTypeLengthPowerActionMono Line RatingLure WeightPrice
TDSSTS703M
TDA-0732
Silver Hook Series Inshore 3pc Travel RodSpinning7 ft.MediumModerate-Fast8 - 17 lb.3/8 - 3/4 oz.$99.99 USD
TDSSTS703MH
TDA-0733
Silver Hook Series Inshore 3pc Travel RodSpinning7 ft.Medium-HeavyModerate-Fast10 - 20 lb.1/2 - 1-1/4 oz.$99.99 USD

Backpack on shoulder with just enough gear for two days, tickets in one hand, my 3 piece travel 7' Silver Hook Series rod from Tackle Direct in the other. Destination, front deck of a flats boat in South Florida. Guide directs me to 2'o clock, 30 yards away moving left a big trophy Snook or Tarpon looking for its breakfast. A cast, a pickup and a battle that I have dreamed of forever. Linesider released, bucket list fish checked off, "Fishing Perfection".

TackleDirect Silver Hook Series 3PC Travel Rod Features:

  • Genuine Fuji Reel Seat
  • High Density Graphite Composition Blanks
  • Fuji Concept Guides
  • Hi Gloss Epoxy Coated Thread Wraps
  • Grade ''A'' Cork Grips
  • Carry On Size Travel Case
5 Stars based on 48 reviews
By Dennis
northern virginia
Bought these for my wife
September 24, 2016
Great deal with the special offer on the Okuma reel. Light weight, cork handle very nice rod
Pros
  • good travel case and nice action
Cons
  • none
By Jim B.
Lake Stevens, WA
Save your money and buy something else!
May 8, 2022
I bought this because I was looking for an easily packable rod for a fishing trip to Cabo. Target species were Sierra Mackerel, Red Snapper and other like rockfish averaging 3-5#, using jigging, trolling and casting with cut bait. The second day out while jigging with a hoochie, the rod snapped just above the third eye from the tip. Also, the ferrules are not snug enough, and the rod sections won't stay in line, and constantly work themselves loose. The loose ferrules were mentioned in another person's review. I should have taken heed.
Pros
  • Has a nice travel case. (the only pro)
Cons
  • Ferrules are loose and sections won't stay aligned, or together.
  • Poor quality, rod snapped second day of use.
By Steve
LI NY
Great buy.
May 7, 2022
Bought the MH 3 piece rod for fishing on a trip to Marco island. I paired it with a 4000 reel and it performed flawlessly. Very impressed!
By Mason B.
Shoreview, MN
Great Inshore Rod!
March 1, 2022
So far, I have really enjoyed using this rod. It has the feel of a 1 piece and is very sensitive. I've caught jacks, bluefish, permit, whiting, and more! My only issue is it's not quite as strong as I thought it would be, which is technically my fault for not getting the MH instead of the M. Regardless a great rod overall and I would highly recommend it!
Pros
  • Sensitive
  • Includes Travel Case
Cons
  • Slightly underpowered
By Daniel
New York, NY
Great travel rod!
February 21, 2022
I picked up two of the medium heavy rods - just the rod for myself, and for my friend as a combo with the diawa saltist 3000 back bay. I paired mine with a tsunami saltx 4000 which is my all-around surf reel. No issues taking both of them on the plane to Roatan, Honduras. Both set-ups felt great and were quite comfortable for prolonged use casting around the inlets and flats for small cuda and bonefish. Haven't hooked up with anything that could pose a challenge yet, but I'm really looking forward to trying it out here in the Northeast once striper season opens. I live in NYC but do most of my fishing in Monmouth County, NJ - I'll be keeping this rod in my apartment as it's easy to toss in a cab or take on the subway for random weekend party boat fishing trips out of Sheepshead Bay.
Pros
  • light, versatile, rod pieces assemble great (snug fit, no issues with them coming apart while casting or not coming apart when disassembling)
Cons
  • none yet
By Christopher T.
Arizona
Great Travel Rod!
February 2, 2022
Very good 3pc travel rod, strong to handle big Florida snook or redfish!
I like much better this 3 pc than other 4 pc rods.
Fits easy in overhead compartment on plane and no TSA questions!
By Thomas
New Jersey
Great Rod
February 1, 2022
Great travel rod, and incredibly worth the price. Also, it fits on a plane as a carry-on!
By Frankie
San Diego, California
TDSSTS703MH
January 4, 2022
Purchased one of these travel rods to pair with a Shimano IX4000R spinning reel for a Florida Keys trip. The rod handled well and landed some hard hitting Jack's. My son and I found a school near a bridge and the rod landed consecutive Jack's of various sizes! They gave the rod a beating and it held up. Also, the sections of the rod never separated. I was impressed with the rod. We loaded 20lb braid and 20lb floro top shot that was smooth casting for the rod. This was our light rig and we used it the most. It's a fun rod!
Pros
  • Handles well
  • Cork grips and sleek black rod look cool
  • Light
  • Rod stays fixed when properly constructed
Cons
  • Travel tube is a few inches longer than the rod after its broken down in the 3 sections. If your planning on packing it within checked luggage to avoid carry-on, you will need a suit case or travel bag 30" or longer in length.... food for thought.
By Stacy
Georgetown SC
Exactly what I needed
November 7, 2021
Upcoming trip to Eleuthera required a new rod, exactly what I needed. Was so nice it inspired me to get a new reel as I couldn’t put an old reel on such a nice rod. Thank you!
By Tom
Los Angeles, CA
Took it to Hawaii
August 6, 2021
I am pleased with this rod. The case is solid and the components of the rod are of good quality. I paired it with a Daiwa Legalis 4000 C and it felt balanced and cast well off the reefs and rocks pitching lures in Kauai. The rod handled a 4ft Trumpet fish with no problem. Make sure the pieces of the rod are firmly in place before casting. This is true for any rod that comes in sections. I will take this rod with me next time I travel to Florida and put it through the paces there. For inshore fishing it works.
Pros
  • Portable and can handle inshore fish. Light. Good case.
Cons
  • Take care to ensure the sections are firmly in place.
By Cole
Overland Park, KS
Silver Hook Medium Heavy Travel Rod
August 2, 2021
Overall great rod for the money. The guides are much more reinforced than on the medium power rod for a more durable travel rod. Will be great for any saltwater or freshwater occasion.
By Michael
Elgin, SC
Excellent rod
July 19, 2021
Bought one for a Florida trip, handled mangrove snapper, snook, and a pissed jack. Highly recommend planning on buying the medium heavy soon!
Pros
  • Compact
By Joseph
Key West, FL
Great stuff
May 9, 2021
Perfect travel rod. Works great
By Joe
Wayne NJ
nice travel rod
February 13, 2021
I purchased 2 of the MH rods for trips to Florida. They have held up well for several trips. I put both rods in one tube. They stow easily in the overhead.
By Kevin
Jackson,NJ
Travel rod
February 7, 2021
A great little inshore travel rod. The case is a bit bulky but the rod itself is a good Value
28 Questions & 28 Answers
scotty
from Canada asked:
November 22, 2019
Would the M-H rod work for flat-fall jigging? Looking for a rod to take to Panama, to fish 4oz flat-falls. 
1 Answer
This rod in particular is going to be light and not be ideal for jigging. However check out the trevala butterfly jigging rods they come in two piece and broken down it is 54in which is suitable for traveling! 
Submitted by: Alyssa Madosky on November 22, 2019

Max
from Hawaii asked:
September 2, 2019
What is the guide frame material?
1 Answer
They are Fuji Single Foot Concept Guides
Submitted by: Ethan on September 2, 2019

Josh
from NY asked:
December 31, 2018
Hey, I’m looking for a travel spinning rod to match to a spheros 4000 I have. It would be for diverse stuff. Tube lures cast to barracuda. Bottom fishing for snapper. Chunking baits to jacks and small shark. Soft baits to false albacore. Likely w 30 or 40# braid. New England and the Bahamas. Would you recommend the medium, or the medium heavy rod for this? Thanks!
1 Answer
The Okuma CIT-S-724M Citrix Graphite Travel Rod would pair well with the Spheros 4000
Submitted by: Bernie on January 4, 2019

Bob G
from New England asked:
September 22, 2018
I’m planning a trip to FL, gulf side, and looking to take a rod along on the flight. I’d like to find a rod to pair with a penn slammer 3 4500. Would either of the TD Silver Hook Series Rods balance well with this reel, or would you have a better option without breaking the bank?
1 Answer
You can take a look at the Daiwa Harrier Inshore Spinning Rods they are equally as good as the TD silver hook series.
Submitted by: Bernie on September 24, 2018

Eric
from TX asked:
May 23, 2017
What is the length of the case?
1 Answer
32 INCHES
Submitted by: Bernie on May 29, 2017

Murat tok
from Bodrum, Turkey asked:
April 12, 2022
Hi, i need a Travel Rod for Squid eging, cuttlefish jigging, which of these rod that you recommend ?
1 Answer
Hi Murat, Based on your fishing application I would recommend a TackleDirect TDSSTS703MH Silver Hook Series 3PC Travel Rod. https://www.tackledirect.com/tackledirect-tdssts703mh-silver-hook-series-3pc-travel-rod-7-ft.html This would be ideal for your fishing application. Please let us know if theres anything else we can assist you with. Tight Lines.
Submitted by: Brendan - TackleDirect Customer Service on April 19, 2022

Phil
from Cape Cod asked:
April 11, 2022
How does the backbone of this rod compares with the Fenwick Hmg Inshore serie? Is the Silver Hook 3pcs in MH more stout than a Fenwick HMG in MH?
1 Answer
Hi Phil, Based on the Line rating for both the Medium and Medium-Heavy action rods of both series, the Fenwick HMG Inshore Spinning Rods would be a little more stout due to the slightly heavier line rating. This indicates that the rod blank is slightly stronger and therefore slightly stiffer for those rod models. Please let us know if theres anything else we can assist you with. Tight Lines.
Submitted by: Brendan - TackleDirect Customer Service on April 19, 2022

Jeff
from Montana asked:
April 4, 2022
Which would you recommend for 6-10 lb coho salmon, casting 1/4 to 1/2 oz jigs and lures; the TDSSTS703M or TDSSTS703MH?
1 Answer
Hi Jeff, I would recommend the Medium Action TackleDirect TDSSTS703M Silver Hook Series 3PC Travel Rod. https://www.tackledirect.com/tackledirect-tdssts703m-silver-hook-series-3pc-travel-rod-7-ft.html This rod would be ideal for the size jigs your working but also have enough backbone to pull in large coho salmon. Please let us know if theres anything else we can assist you with. Tight Lines.
Submitted by: Brendan - TackleDirect Customer Service on April 5, 2022

Karel
from Miami asked:
March 16, 2022
What type of travel fishing rod do you recommend for a Daiwa Fuego 4000 and a Shimano Saragoza 600?
1 Answer
Hi Karel, I would recommend a TackleDirect TDSSTS703MH Silver Hook Series 3PC Travel Rod. https://www.tackledirect.com/tackledirect-tdssts703mh-silver-hook-series-3pc-travel-rod-7-ft.html This would be great to pair up with Daiwa Fuego and Shimano Saragosa for your travel fishing applications. Please let us know if theres anything else we can assist you with. Tight Lines.
Submitted by: Brendan - TackleDirect Customer Service on March 17, 2022

Rodney
from Watertown, NY asked:
January 17, 2022
Can you cast comfortably 1.5oz lures with the MH? 
1 Answer
Hi Rodney, You can cast 1.5oz lures with the TackleDirect TDSSTS703MH Silver Hook Series 3PC Travel Rod but you would want to use a easy lob cast due to the heavier lure weight and not a full force cast. Please let us know if theres anything else we can assist you with. Tight Lines.
Submitted by: Brendan - TackleDirect Customer Service on January 19, 2022

Ray
from New york asked:
April 30, 2021
Looking for a travel rod to take with me kayak fishing in Bora Bora to pair with a Daiwa ballistic LT 3000. Preferably a MH as I already have a ML travel something to handle bigger fish.
1 Answer
We don't have many MH Travel rods in stock right now, 


This would be your best option: https://www.tackledirect.com/tackledirect-tdssts703mh-silver-hook-series-3pc-travel-rod-7-ft.html


Submitted by: Billy - TackleDirect Customer Service on May 6, 2021

Tom
from Yorktown, VA asked:
February 16, 2021

Which Diawa BG spinning reels matches with the Tackle Direct Silver Hook rod TDSSTS703M?


1 Answer
I would pair this travel rod with a Daiwa BG 3000 or 3500
Submitted by: TackleDirect Customer Service on February 17, 2021

Leon
from BOSTON, MA asked:
March 10, 2020
What is the circumference of the rod carrying case?
1 Answer
The circumference of the TackleDirect Travel RodCase is: 11”
Submitted by: Sydney on March 19, 2020

L
from BOSTON, MA asked:
March 9, 2020
What are the dimensions of the carrying case?
1 Answer
L, The dims on the travel case are 32" x 3.75" x 3.75"
Submitted by: Phil Carfagno on March 18, 2020

Jake
from Bloomsburg, PA asked:
February 19, 2020
What are the braided line weight ratings on these? Thanks!
1 Answer
We would recommend up to 20lb on the Medium and up to 30lb on the Medium Heavy for our Silver Hook Travel Rods.
Submitted by: Brian on March 9, 2020

Jared
from Morgantown, WV asked:
February 5, 2020
Would medium or medium heavy be better for fishing for flounder and trout in marshes and inlets. Will be using live bait and gulp baits on a jig. 
1 Answer
I would recommend going with the medium heavy 
Submitted by: Tyler Bennett on February 6, 2020

Calvin
from Dublin, Ireland asked:
February 1, 2020
Which Rod (Medium or Medium heavy) do you reccomend with a Penn Clash 4000 for inshore applications
1 Answer
I would recommend the medium heavy with the 4000 size penn clash 
Submitted by: Tyler Bennett on February 3, 2020

Calvin
from Punta Cana, Dominican Republic asked:
January 30, 2020
Would this Rod be ok with a Penn Battle II 5000 for fishing big live bait for Snook and Tarpon?
1 Answer
Yes the 5000 with work with this rod. I would recommend the medium heavy model. 
Submitted by: Tyler Bennett on January 30, 2020

Michael
from Myrtle beach, SC asked:
January 19, 2020
For a stradic 4000 fk which rod would be a better fit?
1 Answer
Hello, I would recommend going with the 7MH model. 
Submitted by: Tyler Bennett on January 20, 2020

Doug
from Sarasota, FL asked:
June 30, 2019
Can I use braided line with this rod?
1 Answer
Hi Sir! Thanks for the question! Yes, you can use braided line with the TackleDirect Silver Hook Series Travel Rods. 
Submitted by: Christopher Riegel on July 1, 2019

hani maher
from Dubai UAE asked:
May 28, 2019
Hi ..what is the weight of the rod and the case...shipping weight of the package !


1 Answer
The 7' Medium with the case weighs 2 lbs 45 oz. The 7' Medium Heavy weighs 2 lbs 55 oz's. 
Submitted by: Rebecca Redington on May 29, 2019

Michael
from Myrtle Beach, SC asked:
February 27, 2018
Was thinking about getting the Daiwa BG 4000 and a Penn Battle 2 5000 which rods would you recommend?
1 Answer
The TackleDirect TDSSTS703MH Silver Hook Series 3PC Travel Rod - 7 ft. would match well with both the Daiwa BG 4000 and the Battle 5000.
Submitted by: Donald on March 8, 2018

Noah
from Long Island NY asked:
December 15, 2017
What kind of guides are on this rod? Do you sell replacements?
1 Answer
The type of guides that are on this rod is Fuji Single Foot Concept Guides and unfortunately we do not sell replacement guides for this rod.
Submitted by: Donald on December 16, 2017

David Huntington
from Virginia asked:
March 8, 2017
What's the warranty on the silver hook travel spin?
1 Answer
The warranty for the TackleDirect Silver Hook Series Travel Rods have a 1 year warranty. Thank you for considering TackleDirect for you fishing needs.
Submitted by: Donald on March 8, 2017

Jon
from Vieux Fort, St. Lucia asked:
February 20, 2017
Is this a conventional or spinning rod?
1 Answer
The Silver Hook travel rods are all spinning rods.
Submitted by: Devon on February 20, 2017

Bill
from Md asked:
February 17, 2017
Why not include the weight per each rod?
1 Answer
The TackleDirect M is 6.4 oz and the MH is 6.4 oz as well. Thank you for considering TackleDirect for your fishing needs.
Submitted by: Donald on February 17, 2017

Bill
from Md asked:
February 17, 2017
What is the longest section per travel rod for case selection?
1 Answer
The longest selection of each TackleDirect Travel Rod is 29 3/8 inches long.
Submitted by: Donald on February 17, 2017

Brad
from Annapolis, MD asked:
January 28, 2017
How much does the TDSSTS703M rod weigh?
1 Answer
TDSSTS703M weighs exactly 6.32 oz.
Submitted by: Devon on January 31, 2017

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