TackleDirect TDSSUT661MHSB Silver Hook Conventional Stand Up Rod

TackleDirect TDSSUT661MHSB Silver Hook Series Conventional Stand-Up Rod

Price: $99.99
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Model
TD Code
TypeLengthPowerMono Line Rating (lb)Braid Line Rating(lb)Lure WeightPrice
TDSSUT661MHSB
TDA-0266
Conventional Stand Up6'6Medium-Heavy20-40lb--$99.99 USD
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TackleDirect Custom Saltwater rods are high performance and are the result of stringent "on the water" design and testing by some of the finest sport anglers around the world. This rod is a multi-purpose inshore, mid shore, live bait, trolling and bottom fishing rod. Perfect inshore rod for Striped Bass, Bluefish, Snapper,Grouper, and assorted bottom species. Excellent mid shore rod for targeting pelagic species like sailfish, wahoo, king mackerel,tuna, and dolphin.

  • Precision Blend of Graphite and Fiberglass
  • Stainless Steel Frame, Aluminum Oxide Turbo Guides and Tip top
  • Super Tough Solid Tip Construction
  • Textured shrink vinyl grip and graphite hooded reel seat
  • Tough Epoxy Double Thread Wraps
  • Machined Aluminum Ball Gimbal


An $8.00 oversize packaging charge applies to this item as it ships in a long heavy duty tube to protect your items. This fee will still apply when discount shipping coupons are used.
4.5 Stars based on 8 reviews
By Jeff T.
Murrieta
Bad ass rod
August 17, 2021
This is my go to rod.
I have nice seekers aswell, but this is a very nice rod, fishes very well.
By Chris
Jersey
Phenomenal!!!
May 12, 2021
Love this fishing rod!!! Strong, great feel. Use it for trolling for bass. Have it matched with an Avet 5.8.1 and is perfect for what I do. Highly recommended.
Pros
  • Strong. Good action.
By kenneth
kinnelon, NJ
T D 20 # stand up rod
May 11, 2020
Was looking for a 20# mono rod for blues, bass and the little tunas, this should work well. will be used for light trolling and bait fishing. They will be matched with TLD 15's loaded with Momoi 20#. ordering 3 more. reserved 1 star since it hasn't been tested yet
Pros
  • price
Cons
  • none
By Joe B.
NJ
Super impressive quality.
January 31, 2019
By far some of the best quality vendor rods I have seen yet. High quality build and backed by Tackledirect. Purchased for Striper season in Raritan bay and at the price offered , you can't go wrong!
Pros
  • High quality build and offered at an excellent price! Another great reason to go to Tackledirect for all your fishing needs.
Cons
  • None
By John
Columbia, SC
Eyelet problem
May 7, 2018
The rod looks great and I was looking forward to using it. On our first trip offshore with the rod, and on its first fish, the plastic insert inside the bottom eyelet popped off and got wound onto the reel. To save the fish, we cut the protector off of the line. (Fish was landed successfully.) I had hoped that Tackle Direct would just send me the plastic eyelet protector. I imagine it costs less than .05 cents to produce. Instead, they have asked me to return the rod which will require purchasing a shipping tube and paying many multiples of the cost of repair to return the rod.
Cons
  • See above.
By Leif
Seattle, WA
A little stiff for bait rod, good for trolling.
June 15, 2017
I bought two of these to pair up with Avet reels and use for albacore live bait fishing. They are a little stiff for my preference, but they'll make great trolling rods for the same fish.
By William
Pine Grove, CA
Great value!
September 4, 2016
This is a great rid, especially for the price. Looking forward to getting it on the water.
Pros
  • Price point, quality
By Frank
Smyrna, TN
Wow!
December 20, 2015
I don't know who Tackle Direct is using to manufacture their new line of rods, but they have hit a home run with this one. This rod is very impressive, braid line ready, stout and overbuilt for battle with anything. I'm done buying rods for comparison in name recognition. I have changed my best conventional reel over to this rod. For performance, quality and especially the price, this new Tackle Direct rod works for me.
Pros
  • Heavy duty materials, construction, power, flexibility and affordability
Cons
  • none
8 Questions & 7 Answers
Will
from Wildwood, NJ asked:
December 29, 2018
Is this a good rod for trolling circle hook ballyhoo for whites?
1 Answer
These rods can be used for light duty trolling
Submitted by: Bernie on January 3, 2019

Nobel
from FL asked:
May 13, 2021
Would you recommend this 20-40 rod paired with a Fathom ld30 2 speed for snapper and grouper on the bottom, trolling deep divers for grouper, and ballyhoo for dolphin or is the 30-80 a better mixed use choice for those applications? 
1 Answer
The 30-80 TDSSUT601MHSB  will be a better mixed use rod for what you want to do and it will be better suited to your reel as well.
Submitted by: Paul Olah on May 20, 2021

Smooth Possum
from Gulf of Mexico asked:
January 31, 2021
Can this rod handle 100-150 lb Yellowfin Tuna?
1 Answer
The MH would be too light. You'll want the H version.
Submitted by: Austin Kearney on February 2, 2021

Gordie
from Cape Cod asked:
December 13, 2020
Would these guides be able to handle wind-on leaders?
1 Answer
Yes, these would be able to handle windon leaders without a problem if using a loop to loop windon. Would recommend not using a swivel like some do with these rods.
Submitted by: TackleDirect Customer Service on December 16, 2020

Darren nguyen
from Tomball, Texas asked:
November 29, 2017
The is the length of the butt end of the rod?
1 Answer
The length of the butt end of the rod is 12 inches.
Submitted by: Donald on December 1, 2017

Adam
from New Jersey asked:
December 3, 2016
How would this rod be paired with a TLD 20 for trolling mojos?
1 Answer
The TackleDirect TDSSUT661MHSB Silver Hook Series Conventional Stand-Up Rod would work great with the Talica 20 trolling mojos.
Submitted by: Donald on December 3, 2016

Sean
from Farmingdale, NY asked:
November 18, 2015
Regarding he question about the Power Pro max for this rod. I was thinking of pairing it with a Torium 30 for Cod and the like. I would not use more than 65lb. Thank you for your time once again

Ben
from Oman asked:
November 3, 2015
is this single piece only?
1 Answer
Yes, these rods only come in a one piece.
Submitted by: David on November 3, 2015

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