Tsunami Airwave Elite Surf Spinning Rods

Tsunami Airwave Elite Surf Spinning Rods

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Model
TD Code
TypeLengthPiecesPowerLine
Weight
Lure
Weight
Price
TSAWESS-932XH
TSU-0089
Spinning9'3''2Extra-Heavy20lb/40lb3 - 5oz$159.99 USD
TSAWESS-1002XH
TSU-0091
Spinning10'2Extra-Heavy20lb/40lb3 - 6oz$199.99 USD
TSAWESS-1102H
TSU-0093
Spinning11'2Heavy20lb/40lb1 1/2 - 4 1/2oz$229.99 USD
TSAWESS-1202XXH
TSU-0252
Spinning12'2XX-Heavy30lb/65lb6 - 12oz$229.99 USD
TSAWESS-1142XH
TSU-0085
Spinning11'4''2Extra-Heavy20lb/50lb4 - 8oz$229.99 USD
TSAWESS-882M
TSU-0118
Spinning8'82Medium12-20lb1/2-2oz$184.99 USD
TSAWESS-962M
TSU-0090
Spinning9'62Medium15-30lb3/4-3oz$194.99 USD
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TSAWESS-1062MH
TSU-0092
Spinning10'62Medium Heavy12-20lb1-3 1/2oz$209.99 USD
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Oversize Packaging Required
TSAWESS-1102M
TSU-0195
Spinning11'2Medium--$219.99 USD
Surfcasting is usually a distance game with longer casts often required to reach prime territory. The Tsunami Elite Series surf rod selection has been designed to achieve maximum distance performance with the least amount of physical effort ! Each model has been tailored to specific lure/sinker and line ratings to allow for long hours of use without the fatigue often associated with other rods. Extra Long thick walled ferrules on the 70/ 30 split 2 piece models ensure one piece rod performance and strength while allowing for the portability of 2 piece 50/ 50 style surf rods.

Airwave Elite Surf Rods Feature:
  • High density, high fiber blank construction offers , light weight, increased sensitivity and faster shock recovery
  • Fuji reel seats and Fuji Concept K series braided line ready guides
  • Light durable diamond textured shrink vinyl grips
  • Models TSAWESS882M, TSAWESS962M , TSAWESS1062M , TSAWESS1102H are 70/30 split ferrule rods
  • Models TSAWESS932XH, TSAWESS1002XH, TSAWESS1142XH are 50/50 split ferrule rods

Download More info on F3 Tsunami Friction Fit FerruleView complete details on F3 Tsunami Friction Fit Ferrule (pdf, 46KB)
5 Stars based on 68 reviews
By Kenny
,
Favorite budget rod
November 18, 2019
This is a fantastic budget performance rod, it’s a 70/30 split to give it that one piece feel. The action on the 11ft is great for plugging. Casts really well within the 1-2 1/2 range
By Max A.
Nantucket, MA
9.6 the perfect rod for light plugging
July 23, 2019
I originally ordered this rod from another vendor and it arrived in a flimsy carton. First cast with a 1.5 oz Hopkins and the tip snapped. I have a hunch that it was damaged during transport and it wasn't a manufacture's defect. Since I was on my way to Nantucket, I didn't want to chance it and re-ordered from Tackle Direct. It arrived on the island in a very rigid tube in pristine condition. Hats off to Tackle Direct for the care they take in packaging.

I fished with it extensively for a week and love it. Only on a few occasions when bluefish were hitting further out did I sort of wish I'd opted for the 11' 2" but the trade off is comfort. I cast for hours and the 9' 6" was just about perfect and I never got fatigued. The 'sweet spot' is probably around 2 ounces but I was mostly throwing bombers, sluggos, and small Hopkins in the 1.5 ounce range and it loaded just fine. As for the fish, I didn't get a chance to test it against anything huge but it was definitely up to the task with stripers and blues in the 10-13 lb range. The right amount of responsiveness, sensitivity, and muscle.

I've read some reviews that complain about the thinness of the rod, but I didn't find it to be an issue at all. I think the very thin rubber grip (almost a sleeve) was perfectly comfortable and didn't dull the sensitivity when a curious bass would bump my offering.

I have quite a few rods including a G Loomis, a Tica Dolphin, and a bunch of longer/heavier rods from St Croix that I use for heavier plugs and bait. I didn't touch any of them on this trip. For the cost, I'd be hard pressed to think of a better option.
By Jim N.
New England seacoast
Tsunami 9’ 6”! Elite surfcast cast trials
July 18, 2019
Good quality rod .
Build quality ::10
Weight : moderately light
Action : stiffer than expected
Casting: (w30 lb cast king braid) strong force gives better results, heavier weights give better distances,
I will try again with 30 lb power Pro line.
Plugs tried: Diawa SP minnow 1.25 oz, 7†minnow long , yo Zuri mag darter

Will be using bucktail jigs in next test

I’ve not landed anything yet so I can only refer to videos by the guys at surf casters journal on the web.

ProsBuild quality 2 piece construction - fits inside my Mini Cooper! Nice grips Rugged construction Good value$
ConsStiffness: more than expected by this Newbury Weight: again,more than expected coming from fly fishing it seems casting rods are overbuilt compared to top of the line fly rods ... take that with a grain of salt
By Jt
Mass
Exceptional!!
June 29, 2019
Tosses lures from 2 to 6 oz with ease I use for heavy jigging and plugging on top awesome Rod If you need distance
By Alvin
Rego Park, NY
Excellent Rod 9’6”
June 2, 2019
I wanted to test this rod before I write my review...
Before that, I just want to say Kudos to tackle direct for the hassle free shipping, the rod was well packaged, couldn’t be happier... 9
I took the rod this morning to fish for some blues... the rod handled a gator blue with ease
For a 2 piece rod with a thin diameter, it has a lot of backbone..
it is light weight, sensitive and gives you the bang for your buck.
At first I was hesitant to purchase this because of the 70/30 split, but after repetitive contemplation, I pulled the trigger and purchased 1.
Couldn’t be happier.
ProsPrice
ConsI want another 1
By Philthy
Staten Island, New York
Quality product at a great price
May 3, 2019
This rod is amazing, super good for throwing lighter soft plastics. Very nice quality and price
ProsGreat Price, superior performance
ConsNone
By Joe
Philadelphia, PA
Really cannot say enough
March 4, 2019
For the price , this rod is super well built. Not to mention if for any reason something fails I have the comfort of knowing Tsunami will take care of it in the next state.. I do not think there is a more value packed rod for surf fishing.
ProsPrice Materials Customer Service
ConsI do not have 20 of them :)
By waly
long island, NY
great surf fishing rod
February 22, 2019
feel like a one peace rod.
By 617
Boston
Great
January 30, 2019
At 9.5,, this rod size is perfect for throwing 1oz 2oz lures. Powerful stick.
By Daniel
Middlebury, CT
Good rod
January 27, 2019
I got this rod for tossing shads and bucktails in the inlets and it does the job fantasticly. only thing I do not care for is the butt cap is a littler larger than I like so it does not fit the D-rin I attach to my belt, otherwise great stick.
Prosgood stout rod for jigging, eeling and plugging. good moderate price point.
ConsButt cap is a little larger than I like but it is not overly bad.
By John
Cape Cod
can't wait for spring
January 25, 2019
Great price, fast delivery in perfect condition, very well packed for shipping. Very light , love the diameter and grip. Over all impressions are of very good quality
By Michael
Mount Pleasant, SC
932XH Pretty beefy
January 10, 2019
So far I've only had it out about a half a dozen times so my experience with it is limited.

But I have it paired with a Penn Spinfisher vi 5500 which size and balance wise seems to be a good match.

Models TSAWESS932XH, TSAWESS1002XH, TSAWESS1142XH are 50/50 split ferrule rods.

^ Not the case on the one I received, (mine is 70/30) Must be a new model or a revamp. 70/30 is what I wanted anyway, so wont harp on it.

It is a very stout rod for a 9 footer. I bought it thinking it would be a good compromise between soaking bait and tossing lures. Generally speaking it isn't It's difficult finding lures that will actually load out a rod this beefy at a good price point, that or the ones you do find are huge or have huge hooks seeing they're 3-4 oz, that or they won't swim or act natural because they are so heavy.

As far as a set and soak rod though it will load and cast with as little as 2 oz+ some live or frozen mullet, especially on a dropper where all your weight or the bulk of it is at the terminal end of your line.

There could be more guides as well the ones that are on it are great just not enough of them while I believe they are Fuji K guides they're not in a "concept" layout. (8 or more with most of them close together and biased toward the tip of the rod {the ones toward the tip being relatively tiny}).

All in all it is a good caster with a long cast reel and proper line size as well as rig weight even an average person like me should be able to at least throw it 150 yards with minimal effort.

If you plan on fishing lures most of the time get a lighter rod, or a noodle, or even a steelhead rod.
ProsFast action backbone 70/30 split
ConsAlmost too heavy actioned for its size
By Joe
PA
Great Rod for up to 3 oz.
December 28, 2018
Delivery was quick and the rod is light and strong. I know it will be a reliable tool for many years.
Proslight weight, strong
Consit is still six feet long when broken down
By Jeff
Manchester-by-the-Sea
Great rod for the price
November 19, 2018
Very well built. All Fuji components including the reel seat. Rod is a lot lighter than I imagined. Casts 3-4 oz lures a long way.
Cons70/30 2 piece
By Tim
Long Island, NY
Light rod with nice action
November 8, 2018
I spent a lot of time looking for just the right rod. I came upon this rod from reviews on youtude. I was looking at this and a couple other brands. I finally saw this rod at a local fishing expo. At first I thought it was going to be too delicate. As it goes, I chose the Tsunami Airwave Elite 9'6 rod. I paired this rod with the Penn Slammer III 6500 reel.

My first use of the rod was casting a 2oz diamond jig. I was very happy with the rod from the very first cast. Felt effortless. Fished for about an hour until the jig got snagged in a muscle bed. Walked back and forth pulling trying to get it unsnagged until I gave up and cut the line.
ProsVery light nice action effortless to cast reasonably priced
Consnone yet
45 Questions & 48 Answers
Mike
from Nj asked:
November 3, 2019
What would you recommend for 1-4 the 11ft Medium or the 11ft Heavy?

Do you think 4oz would be pushing it with the Medium or I'd have to take it easy casting 4oz with it?

1 Answer
For 1-4 oz lures I would go for the Medium Heavy, less stress on the rod. 
Submitted by: Bernie De Graaf on November 4, 2019

James
from Fredericksburg, Va asked:
June 23, 2019
When will you have this in stock? 
1 Answer
Most models are available for purchase now but usually take 1 to 2 weeks for delivery of a out of stock item. 
Submitted by: Bernie De Graaf on June 24, 2019

Michael
from New York asked:
May 12, 2019
Hi I need the rod for longest cast distance possible. right now I have the Daiwa emblem pro ex reel and 10-foot rod I don't need for trolling. I cast and wait, I'm using 5oz weight and porgy rig with sandworms. I understand longer rod and heavier weight should work. What you can suggest
2 Answers
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Submitted by: Andrew Montagna on May 24, 2019
The 11 foot model should be good for that reel loaded correctly with the right weight and you will be able to cast out far. 
Submitted by: Bernie De Graaf on May 27, 2019

Corey
from Springfield, Illinois asked:
May 9, 2019
Will the 1102H pair well with a Penn Slammer 3 6500 high speed? Will be throwing 3-4 oz Robert's Rangers and Big Shots from Costa Rica surf. Also throwing 2 oz poppers
1 Answer
Yes, they should pair well.
Submitted by: Ethan on May 22, 2019

Jay
from Massachusetts asked:
May 8, 2019
What would be the best option for fishing striper in the cape with lures.
1 Answer
The 12 foot xxh would probably be your best bet as the water current runs through that area fast . 
Submitted by: Bernie De Graaf on May 8, 2019

Jeff
from Clearwater, FL. asked:
April 29, 2019
What is the lure and line weight for the TSAWESS-1102M ?
1 Answer
15-30 line weight, 1-4 oz lure rating 
Submitted by: Bernie De Graaf on May 1, 2019

Caleb
from Plymouth, Connecticut asked:
March 10, 2019
I’m looking for an all around surf rod for multiple applications. (Chunk bait fishing, popper fishing etc...) What would you recommend?
1 Answer
The best all around fishing for chunking and popping would be the 10'6 mh rated up to 3 1/2 oz  
Submitted by: Bernie De Graaf on March 14, 2019

Michael Mercado
from mk2g88@yahoo.com asked:
March 6, 2019
What is the lure rating for the tsunami elite 11ft medium 
1 Answer
1-4 OZ 
Submitted by: Bernie De Graaf on March 8, 2019

Jerry
from Seymour, TN asked:
December 26, 2018
Which rod would fit my Daiwa 6500 BG the best, 10'xh or 10'6" mh?
1 Answer
Both rods would fit but depending on what type of fishing your doing(lures or cutbait) would really determine which rod you should purchase.
Submitted by: Bernie on December 27, 2018

Andres Jimenez
from Huntingtun. NY asked:
November 15, 2018
I would like to know which would be better suited for my type of fishing. I am deciding in between the TSunami airwave elite 10,xxh or the 10'6 st.croix triumph spinning rod. I mostly fish plugs in the two to the 3.5ounce range with an occasional very light bunker fishing outing. Which would you recommend?
1 Answer
The xxh would be to heavy, the 10 foot xh would be a good choice as its rated for 3 - 6oz
Submitted by: Bernie on November 16, 2018

John Bozzella
from Mitchell, South Dakota asked:
October 28, 2018
Dear Tackle Direct, Tsunami Aiwave Elite Surf Spinning Rod, ( 1102M ) is medium power but what is the action of this rod ? Fast, Moderate, or both ?? Thank You Much, John Bozzella.
1 Answer
This rod has a fast action.
Submitted by: Bernie on October 29, 2018

Andres jimenez
from long island,NY asked:
July 23, 2018
I received the answer from tackle direct for my previous question of whether to buy the lamiglas insane serf series 10' MH or one of these rods. They advised me to get the lamiglas but, I have heard rumors of the warranty being trash on a lamiglases part, while tsunami has the excellent warranty. So if I do buy the lamiglas will tackle Direct replace it or will I have to go through lamiglas? Also if I happen to break the lamiglas after one year and it is because of the rods defect will I still be able to replace it?
1 Answer
Our return is a 30 day un-used policy. Any broken rod within that one year warranty would need to be covered by the manufacture. Lamiglas and Tsunami equally have great warranties.
Submitted by: Bernie on July 25, 2018

Andrés Jimenez
from Long Island, N.Y. asked:
July 22, 2018
Which one of this series would you recommend, I am deciding between the lamiglas insane 10 ft mh or one of these rods. I will be using it for bunker chunking as well as plugs and other similar techniques. I will be fishing for blues and strippers in Montauk. So pls advise me I. Which one in this series to buy or if the lami is better.
1 Answer
The 10ft mh insane surf from Lamiglas would be your best all around rod, a good blend of power and fell for shunking as well as throwing plugs.
Submitted by: Bernie on July 23, 2018

Marlon
from Brooklyn, NY asked:
March 5, 2018
How much does 11’4†rod weigh?
1 Answer
Hello Marlin, this rod weighs 1 pound even.
Submitted by: Bernie on March 5, 2018

Nick Brigs
from Gloucester, Ma asked:
February 28, 2018
The 9.3 M. How much does it weigh?
1 Answer
This rod weighs 15.2 oz's
Submitted by: Bernie on March 1, 2018

Sal
from NJ asked:
February 21, 2018
Is the 11'4 a 50 50 split or 70 30 and would it be good for chunking bait
1 Answer
Hello Sal, It looks more like a 60/40 split but it would be a great rod for chunking.
Submitted by: Bernie on February 22, 2018

Greg
from New Hampshire asked:
January 6, 2018
Was looking to pair a 9’3†with a tsunami shield reel what would the appropriate size
1 Answer
The 4000 shield would pair up nice with the 9'3 airwave elite surf.
Submitted by: Bernie on January 8, 2018

Dean
from Mass asked:
May 18, 2017
What is the weight of TSAWESS-1062 MH ? Which one is better between star rod SG1530S11 and TSAWESS-1062 MH ? Thanks
1 Answer
The TSAWESS-1062 MH weighs in at 1 pound 7.2 oz's and both those rods are equally as good depends on what your using it for and personal preference
Submitted by: Bernie on May 19, 2017

Greg
from Nh asked:
September 20, 2019
What size tsunami shield reel would pair well with the airwaves elite 8’8”
2 Answers
I would recommend 5000 to 6000 should be perfect.
Submitted by: Andrew Montagna on September 21, 2019
I would recommend either the 4000 or 5000 size
Submitted by: Tyler Bennett on September 26, 2019

Bry V
from New york asked:
June 3, 2019
what is the best rod for slammer3 4500? Using 3/4-4 oz spoons and jigs in surf. Need to cast far
1 Answer
The 9'3" or 10' will pair with a 4500 well. If you want to cast for we suggest going with the 10'. 
Submitted by: Rebecca Redington on June 18, 2019

Max
from Evanston, IL asked:
May 28, 2019
Looking at the Tsunami Airwave Elite.  I'd pair with a Diawa BG4000.   Primary use will be for plugging and tossing lighter plastics (1-3 oz) from the sand on Nantucket.  I have a wide assortment of surf rods but most are too heavy for all-day casting. 


I'm looking for a surf rod that is less fatiguing and has decent 'action' to make catching schoolie stripers and blues a bit more fun.    At the same time, I'd like to be able to drift the occasional eel (without added weight).


Any suggestions?

1 Answer
The Mojo Surf from St. Croix is a lighter rod blank but with great action and backbone.  
Submitted by: CHARLES on July 16, 2019

GG
from NJ asked:
May 24, 2019
Is TSAWESS1002XH model 50/50 Split?


1 Answer
This would be a 70/30 split. 
Submitted by: Rebecca Redington on May 27, 2019

jerry mariano
from Virigina Beach asked:
May 24, 2019
what rod better suits a spinfisher v5500 and 6500
1 Answer
TSU-0091 I would personally purchase this rod
Submitted by: Andrew Montagna on May 24, 2019

Jeff
from Clearwater, FL asked:
April 29, 2019
I'm trying to decide between the Star Rods SG1530S11, Tsunami TSAWESS-1062 MH OR the TSAWESS-1102M ? Which is better for tossing up to 3oz sinker and bait, as well as for casting lures from 3/4oz to 2oz?
1 Answer
I would go with the 1102M or Heavy would work also
Submitted by: Andrew Montagna on May 23, 2019

Brendan
from Nj asked:
November 3, 2018
Would the Van Staal vr 50 be a good match for this rod(9,6) model?
1 Answer
The VR50 works best with 7-8' rods. It is used commonly on lighter 9' set-ups. It can work, but the 150 size is more ideal.
Submitted by: Rebecca on November 7, 2018

Mark
from coatesville Pa asked:
September 28, 2018
I'm looking for a good all round rod for surf fishing the DE. Surf, bait being used is bunker mullet and clams. what would you recommend to go along with a Penn Spin fisher V 6500
1 Answer
The Penn Spinfisher V 6500 would be a perfect reel for that application. The 9' 3" or the 10" rod would pair with the reel great.
Submitted by: Rebecca on October 3, 2018

hoang ho
from Virginia asked:
September 6, 2018
hello, will Okuma TXA 60 trio be compatible with this rod? or what would be your recommendation? thank you
1 Answer
Yes, that will match up well.
Submitted by: Chris on September 21, 2018

Adam
from Exton, Pa asked:
August 5, 2018
Are the line ratings on the Tsunami Elite rod for mono or braid? Thx!!
1 Answer
The ratings are mono.
Submitted by: Rebecca on August 7, 2018

Andres jimenez
from cold spring harbor, N.Y. asked:
July 25, 2018
some of the rods are for small jigs, plugs, poppers, and other light techniques, but which spinning rod not counting the 12ft, is sufficient to cast a bunker head and maybe 3oz.
1 Answer
TSAWESS-962M casts up to 3oz. Its a 9'6 2 piece rod. Here's a link to check it out: https://www.tackledirect.com/tsunami-tsawess-962m-airwave-elite-surf-spinning-rod.html
Submitted by: Rebecca on July 25, 2018

bob benson
from lynn ma asked:
June 21, 2018
I would like to match my shimano 6000 sperhos with the tsunami 8 8 ,would that be a good fit. Also when the rod is split how long is the longest section. bob
1 Answer
This reel may be a little big for an 8'8 rod, I would recommend using a 5000 size reel. The rod should also be a 50/50 rod split.
Submitted by: Ricky on July 5, 2018

Enrico
from brooklyn, New York asked:
April 9, 2018
can i use either the 8’8 rod lr the 9’6 rod off a boat
1 Answer
The 8' model would be the better model out of the two fishing from a boat.
Submitted by: Donald on April 10, 2018

Sal
from NJ asked:
February 22, 2018
How many guides does the 11'4 have and does the bottom half of the rod have a guide or just top have
1 Answer
The top half of the rod has 7 guides including tip and the bottom half of the rod doesn't have any guides.
Submitted by: Donald on February 22, 2018

susan
from boston asked:
February 21, 2018
What is the major difference between Tsunami aw and tsunami aw elite looking for rod 8-9 ft
1 Answer
The Tsunami Airwave Elite rods have upgraded guides and components than the standard Tsunami Airwave rods.
Submitted by: Donald on February 22, 2018

Brandon
from Costa Mesa, California asked:
December 20, 2017
What is the product warranty on Tsunami Airwave Elite Surf Spinning rods? How's the company's customer service in honoring their product warranty?
1 Answer
This rod has a 1 year warranty. Their customer service team is great. I would also highly recommend this rod for surf casting.
Submitted by: Donald on December 21, 2017

Malick Laifa
from London. U.K asked:
December 8, 2017
Hi what's the length and the weights of the 1002 XH and what reels you would suggest please. Thank you.
1 Answer
The length is 10' and it's a 70/30 split. The weight of the rod is 16.8 oz.
Submitted by: Donald on December 9, 2017

Saad Jan
from Brooklyn asked:
November 19, 2017
Can I natch the airwave elite Xtra heavy 1002-xh with penn slammer iii 6500?? Will that be a good combination??.
1 Answer
The Tsunami TSAWESS-1002XH Airwave Elite Surf Spinning Rod and the Penn SLAIII6500 Slammer III Spinning Reel would be a good combo for your surf fishing needs.
Submitted by: Donald on November 22, 2017

Nathan T Spencer
from DE asked:
September 15, 2017
How much does the 9'3" xh rod weigh?
1 Answer
The 9'3'' xh rod weighs 15.2 oz.
Submitted by: Donald on September 20, 2017

owen
from west hartford ct asked:
January 3, 2017
would a vs 200 be a good fit on the 9'3" rod?
1 Answer
Depending on the weight of the rod the VS200 would make most 9'3'' rods unbalanced. A VS150 would be a better fit.
Submitted by: Donald on January 3, 2017

Alon
from Israel asked:
November 12, 2015
What is the weight of the 9'6 and 8'8 models Thanks
1 Answer
The 9'6" model is 10.4 ounces. I am still looking for the 8'8" to weigh, but it should be mid to high 9 ounce range.
Submitted by: David on November 12, 2015

terry
from NY asked:
September 1, 2015
any suggestions on what reel to pair the 9'6 rod with? looking for a lightweight reel that can withstand the surf and salt. I need a lightweight reel so I can jig all day long without getting tired.
1 Answer
I would check out the Shimano Stradic CI4 Plus Spinning Reel it is light weight (weighs under 10 ounces). But, for salt water with no budget the best choice is a Van Staal for they are resistant to salt water, have life time warranties, and are light weight on a surf rod. They are ideal for surf fishing.
Submitted by: Kaitryn on September 3, 2015

Rj carl
from Nj asked:
May 4, 2015
One of the smaller guides plastic inserts came out today, can it be reset with glue, if so what type do I need to use, the rod is 2 years old , is it still under guarantee. Get back to me at rjcbigblue@aol.com
1 Answer
RJ, We don not recommend gluing it back into place, Please give Tsunami a call for a warranty repair. Their number is 1-800-688-3487.
Submitted by: Frank on May 4, 2015

Pearce
from Sugarland, Texas asked:
March 22, 2015
Hi I was wandering how much these two way before I make a purchase. 1.) Tsunami TSAWESS-1102H 2.) Tsunami TSAWESS-1062MH
1 Answer
Hello Pearce. The 1102H weighs 12 ounces and the 1062MH comes in at 10.4 ounces. Please feel free to contact us if you have any more questions!
Submitted by: Brandon on March 23, 2015

Rosen
from Canada asked:
March 17, 2015
Are these rods a 50/50 split two pieces or?
1 Answer
Rosen, not every rod in this line is a fifty fifty split, for example the 9'3" has a longer tip portion than handle portion.
Submitted by: Frank on March 18, 2015

Pat
from Ottawa Canada asked:
November 15, 2014
I would like to know the rod weight of the 10.5 and the 11 footer. Greatly appreciated! Pat
1 Answer
The 11' weighs 14.2 ounces. The 10'6" weighs 13.6 ounces.
Submitted by: Customer Service on November 18, 2014

Kevin
from Seaford, NY asked:
April 7, 2014
I've heard horror stories of the airwave series blowing up on casts. I was wondering if these were true, anyone have good or bad experiences with these rods? I'm looking to get a 9ft rod in this price range.
2 Answers
Haven't heard that. We have seen these rods being very popular and handling very well for all types of fishing.
Submitted by: Customer Service on April 11, 2014
It doesn't blow up on casts like the regular airwave. This rod is much better quality and is a great plugging rod. Not so much a chunking rod unless you're using the H or XH rods. Hope this helps.
Submitted by: udon on May 20, 2015 from Providence, RI

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