Tsunami Slim Wave Rods

Tsunami Slim Wave Rods

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TypeLengthPowerActionLine WeightLure WeightPrice
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MediumModerate8-15lb1/4-1 1/2ozReg Price $114.99Our Price $89.99
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Medium HeavyModerate10-25lb1/2-2 1/2oz$119.99 USD
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HeavyModerate15-30lb3/4-4oz$124.99 USD
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1 pc
MediumModerate8-15lb1/4-1 1/2ozReg Price $114.99Our Price $89.99
Oversize Packaging Required
1 pc
Medium HeavyModerate10-25lb1/2-2 1/2oz$119.99 USD
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MediumModerate6-15lb1/8-1/2oz$124.99 USD
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Medium HeavyModerate10-30lb1/2-2oz$124.99 USD
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Tsunami Slim Wave Rods Features:
  • 25% better impact resistance
  • 30% stronger than ordinary carbon blank construction
  • 50% higher flexural strength
  • 22% Higher compression resistance
  • Genuine Fuji exposed blank graphite reel seats
  • Genuine Fuji concept "O" guides
  • Durable, lightweight, high density EVA grips
  • Tough epoxy coated, guide wraps
  • All models are braid ready
  • 3 year warranty
4.5 Stars based on 13 reviews
By Sj A.
SJ Shore
Solid Rod - Especially for the Price
March 3, 2021
Used for shallow water back bay bucktailing. Great feel/sensitivity. Wish Tsunami could keep them in stock
By Endofparalysis
Hillsboro, OR
Buying another.
January 17, 2021
This is much lighter and more sensitive that the next step up in my quiver. Unique in a quality salt water rod. Paired with Abu Revo stx 4000. Very light setup.
By alex
good rod
November 29, 2020
good rod
By Nick
Long Island, NY
Great rod, very sensitive and comfortable to use
June 22, 2020
Just got a 7’ MH rod and it is great! Went out twice this week and caught some fluke right off the surf. Handled them great. I paired it with a 5000 stradic fl (stradic is on the smaller side) and its an unmatched pair. Great rod, plan to use it for freshwater as well
ProsSuper sensitive, strong, reliable, comfortable to use. Great rod
By Steve
belmar, new jersey
Best multi-use saltwater rod
October 24, 2019
I've used the 7,0 MH spinning rod for catching small spot and croaker in the bay to jigging for seabass with 3-4oz diamond jigs off of party boats. Paired with a 3000 size tsunami shield is perfect. Many times, a big bluefish will eat you jig and this rod has no problem swinging 5-8 pound blues over the party boat rails. Best rod ever.
ProsStrong, sensitive, light, balanced
By Ed
Light weight
December 19, 2018
Wow excellent flounder rod
By Don W.
South Carolina
Tsunami slimwave
November 12, 2018
Been trying different rods and I really like the tsunami brand
By Craig
ringwood, NJ
Bulldog of a rod!
October 25, 2018
This rod is a blast to use. I still can not believe the amount of power it has and the pressure you can put on it. Have used it jigging for blackfish and backbay fluking. The tip is really sensitive love using any time i get a chance!
ProsLight, powerful and great warranty
By Kevin
Vancleave, MS
Awesome rod
October 18, 2018
Light, sensitive tip, and strong rod. Use mine for bottom fishing for sheepshead.
By Jessie
best rod brand out there for the price
July 17, 2018
They are literally manufactured around the corner from where i live ( less than 5 miles) in Mahwah NJ and are truly fantastic. I would recommend this company to anyone, plain and simple. This is my current pole from bottom fishing to Mahi Mahi and even smaller sharks. I even caught a 300+lb shark on my tsunami reel rated for 40 lb and my tsunami pole rated for 80-100 pound line in a chum slick 10 ft from the boat and wrenched him in. My father went out and bought a $300 custom rod years back for it's lightness and sensitivity, but when i handed him my rod to hold so i could get a sandwich, he he wouldn't give it back and went out and bought one of these. The thing is so sensitive you can literally feel the types of ocean floor terrain you are on, and distinguish bites from that, and also it is light as a feather.

ProsWell worth the money. Very sensitive. Light as a feather. Strong poles. Very good looking.
ConsAbsolutely none. Best rod i have ever used, and i have used a lot!
By Cyaco
Upstate New York
Field Test
June 10, 2018
I put this Tsunami SWSPS601-M Slim Wave Spinning Rod to the test.
1. Used 4oz & 5oz sinkers with Hi-Lo rig
2. caught 1lbs - 5lbs Black Sea Bass, Porgy, and Sea Robin total 62 fishes
3. Used Shimano Stradic 2500 FJ with 41mm Power knob & reel strand
4. Used PowerPro 20lbs & Berkley Trilene Big Game Monofilament 15lbs as leader

At first, I was worried about swinging Black Sea Bass, Porgy, and Sea Robin with Tsunami SWSPS601-M Slim Wave Spinning Rod, but no problem, this rod handled 5lbs fish no problem.
second, how easy to detect very sensitive bites.. I don;t know about SWSPS641-MH and SWSPS701-MH, this is like less than 6oz rod, so it was very comfortable using it all day.

Next field test will be Summer Flounder and Bluefish. I hope this rod will handle 7lbs-15lbs fish. Because Major Craft rods are skinner and handle over 20lbs fish. So, I will expect this rod to handle 20lbs fish.
Prosreally good for detecting sensitive bites
Conslittle poor finish on grips and rod blank...
By Rob
Panama City Beach FL
It’s decent for the money.
March 7, 2018
I purchased the 7’ MH spinning version. I love the action of the rod blank itself, it has a soft tip, but plenty of backbone when under load. The only problem i have with it is the unusually small size of the first few guides. When paired with a reel with a large diameter spool you get excessive line slap at the first guide which decreases your casting distance dramatically. I first tried this rod with a Stradic 5000 but had to swap over to the 3000 size to gain more distance. If it’s being used as strictly a vertical jigging rod the small guides won’t matter. It’s also a little heavier than i would like it to be. I probably won’t buy another unless the price drops under $100. Time will tell on its durability.
ProsGreat action
ConsLittle heavy First few guides too small (Spinning version)
By cyaco
Perfect Rod!!!
November 30, 2017
This rod feels and looks like a trout rod but it handles jumbo porgy, black sea bass, bonito, mackerel, summer flounder, and bluefish.
I love this rod with Shimano Stradic ST2500FJ with Gomexus Power Handle Knob 38mm.
The perfect combo!!!
23 Questions & 23 Answers
from Cinnaminson, nj asked:
December 30, 2019
I asked a previous question about pairing with a saltist 3000.  You guys recommend ed the 6-6 heavy.  I went ahead and purchased a Penn Slammer 3500 from You.  Would You still stick with the 6.6 ft heavy with this reel? 
1 Answer
Yes, the heavy would also pair great with that H model. 
Submitted by: Alyssa Madosky on December 31, 2019

from New Jersey asked:
December 26, 2019
What would pair best with a saltist 3000 for tog

jigging on party boats?

1 Answer
The 6ft 6 H would be great for togging on party boats. It is great for those shallow waters with minimal current using 1-2oz jigs. Also is great for the deeper jigging and heavier currents when you need 3-4oz jigs. 
Submitted by: Alyssa Madosky on December 30, 2019

from MA asked:
December 24, 2019
Hi I own a Shimano Torium 16hglh which rods would work best


1 Answer
Depends on the application however the TSU-0221 would pair nicely with your Torium. This is a popular model in the slim waves because of the light over all build but being able to load the rod with anything from 3/4 to 4 oz. 
Submitted by: Alyssa Madosky on December 30, 2019

from Sandy hook,nj asked:
December 23, 2019
I fish for fluke ratitanbay/sandyhook area bay and ocean. Which one would be good for ocean fishing??
1 Answer
Depends on if you prefer a spinning or casting rod when you fish. So if you were looking for a casting rod we would recommend the tsu-0221. This is a 6ft 6in length with the 3/4-4oz lure rating keeps sensitivity while fluke fishing and gives you versatility on baits depending on depth and current! If you are looking for a spinning rod the TSU-0222 is the 6ft that can handle up to 2 oz which would be great for a lighter tackle rod and a lot of fun. If you needed something slightly longer and heavier check out the TSU-0225!
Submitted by: Alyssa Madosky on December 24, 2019

Michael Day
from Ormond Beach,fl asked:
October 15, 2019
Would the 7ft med. Spin model be overkill for speckled trout fishing down here in fla.thx in advance:)
1 Answer
Hello Michael, the medium would be fine for speckled trout 
Submitted by: Bernie De Graaf on October 16, 2019

from belmar, new jersey asked:
October 3, 2019
I already own the 7,0 MH spinning rod and wanted to get another one, what would the 6,0 Spinning rod be good for? 
1 Answer
The 6ft model would be perfect for back bays. Fluke fishing, top-water fishing for blues and striper. It handles up to 3oz so it also would work for bottom fishing for Tau-tog and sea-bass.
Submitted by: Alyssa Madosky on October 5, 2019

Eric Harris
from Dawsonville GA asked:
September 3, 2019
How would I access the warranty for the slimwave.  I have a slimwave 6’4” MH.  My 15 ur old hooked. A large catfish and the end of the rod broke off.  


1 Answer
Depends on how old the rod is would determine if we can take care of the warranty it may need to go through bimini bay outfitters(tsunami) 
Submitted by: Bernie De Graaf on September 4, 2019

from Charlotte, north Carolina asked:
July 4, 2019
Would a vr50 pair well with a 7ft m or mh
1 Answer
The vr50 would pair up very well with the 7 mh slim wave 
Submitted by: Bernie De Graaf on August 14, 2019

from GA asked:
January 22, 2019
Would the swsps701-h pair well with my saragosa 6k?
1 Answer
The Shimano Saragosa 6000 would be to big for the slim wave, a 4000 nasci or a shimano stradic fk 4000 or 5000 would be a good pair for that rod.
Submitted by: Bernie on January 23, 2019

from NJ asked:
January 13, 2019
I just purchased this rod 7mh I have been looking at it for a long time and saw it on sale so I couldn't pass it up but the tip is so light I'm not sure on how it'll work for me.What applications would you recommend this rod for and what els would you recommend as a good back bay rod or will this be fine?
1 Answer
The mh would make a good backbay rod.
Submitted by: Bernie on January 14, 2019

from new york asked:
October 24, 2018
This rod and my lexa 300 for stripers what do you think
1 Answer
The 6'6" heavy paired with your lexa would match up well with stripers
Submitted by: Bernie on October 24, 2018

from Ocean City, MD asked:
June 26, 2018
Do the casting models have a trigger on the reel seat?
1 Answer
The casting models do have a trigger grip
Submitted by: Bernie on June 27, 2018

Salt Curious
from New Jersey asked:
March 9, 2018
Are the casting version rods spiral wrapped, like the slow pitch series?
1 Answer
The casting version is not spiral wrapped.
Submitted by: Bernie on March 12, 2018

from Long Island,ny asked:
January 30, 2018
Well it's the end of January what now the end of February lol ( 701mh)
1 Answer
The 701mh won't be available till mid February.
Submitted by: Bernie on January 31, 2018

from Phila pa asked:
December 19, 2017
When will you make 7’+ casting version
1 Answer
We are just a retailer for Tsunami rods but that would be a good question for them to ask, here is their phone number and link 800.688.3481 http://www.biminibayoutfitters.com/
Submitted by: Bernie on December 20, 2017

from indonesia asked:
September 7, 2017
which country made this rods?(tsunami rods?)
1 Answer
The country of origin for the Tsunami rods are China.
Submitted by: Bernie on September 8, 2017

from Washington asked:
August 2, 2017
How much do these rods weigh?
1 Answer
The 7 foot tsunami jigging rod weighs 35 ounces
Submitted by: Bernie on August 2, 2017

Craig Rossi
from boston asked:
March 23, 2021
the 7 MH  slim wave says line weight is up to 30lbs.  is that momo or braid.  i was looking to put on 40lb braid with 30lb leader on a 5000 reel.  will this rod be ok
1 Answer
The line rating refers to Braided line. It is not recommended to use heavier line than the rating however 40lb should be doable with this rod. You may lose some casting distance
Submitted by: William Larkin on March 24, 2021

from Tyler, Texas asked:
March 24, 2020
Are the lure ratings for vertical jigging or casting?
1 Answer
Thelure rating is the maximum recommended lure weight regardless of casting orjigging. If you have any other questions please ask. 
Submitted by: Sydney on March 24, 2020

from Quincy, MA asked:
November 16, 2019
Would the Saragosa 5000 fit the 6’4” MH rod?  I’m also looking at the Daiwa backbay saltist 4000 as a potential reel to fit this as well.  
1 Answer
The Daiwa would be a better fit.
Submitted by: KRAIG FRIEDMAN on November 18, 2019

from San Diego asked:
October 16, 2019
Can any of these spinning models handle 1-4oz lures? 
1 Answer
The 6 foot can handle up to 3 oz's and you can always go slightly above the lure rating especially only one oz
Submitted by: Bernie De Graaf on October 17, 2019

from Kuwait asked:
May 23, 2019
swsps601-m Can i use with this rod 25 lb mono ?
1 Answer
25LB Mono would be just fine,  the lighter the line the longer the casting capabilities.  
Submitted by: Andrew Montagna on May 24, 2019

from Connecticut asked:
June 11, 2017
Would a penn clash 3000 fit well on this rod
1 Answer
A Clash 3000 would match perfectly with all of the spinning models.
Submitted by: Devon on June 12, 2017


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