Tsunami Trophy Series Slow Pitch Jigging Spinning Rods

Tsunami Trophy Series Slow Pitch Jigging Spinning Rods

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TD Code
TypeLengthPowerActionLine WeightPrice
TSSPJS-601MH
TSU-0234
Spinning6'
1 pc
Medium-HeavyModerate-Slow15 - 30 lb.$89.99 USD
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Oversize Packaging Required
TSSPJS-661MH
TSU-0307
Spinning6'6
1 pc
Medium-HeavyModerate15 - 30 lb.$89.99 USD
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Oversize Packaging Required
TSSPJS-701H
TSU-0235
Spinning7'
1 pc
HeavyModerate-Slow20 - 40 lb.$89.99 USD
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Oversize Packaging Required
The new Trophy Series Spinning Slow Pitch Jigging Rods from Tsunami are constructed with the most modern and durable carbon fiber available! Each ultra-thin profile blank features a compact multi-layer design to deliver power, sensitivity and extraordinary flex under all circumstances. The high density layered blank construction uses Omni-directional scrim at the core for excellent internal hoop strength, resilient unidirectional power, with tip-to-butt fibers for finely tuned actions and unparalleled sensitivity. The result is a light, strong, powerful and sensitive rod which combines proven superior lifting power with fast sensitive blank recovery! Whether used for light tackle or heavy duty applications Trophy Slow Pitch Rods will balance with today’s compact spinning reels for a featherweight outfit that can perform like gear twice its size! Whether you are deep jigging reef fish, pulling tog from an underwater lair, or drifting for summer flounder, these super strong and incredibly sensitive rods will alert you to the lightest pick up or the most violent strike almost before it happens.

All models are braid ready with only the best of Fuji components selected for durability and longevity. Slow Pitch models feature genuine Fuji® Deep Pressed Concept “O” guides throughout. Fuji® graphite reel seats are selected for strength, corrosion resistance and light weight. Grips are durable, lightweight, high density EVA and custom contoured for plenty of comfort regardless of the technique used. All guides are precisely wrapped and finished with a tough epoxy coating. While they will excel at the new and growing Slow Pitch jigging techniques, Trophy Slow pitch models are versatile enough to take on plenty of other salt water applications and excel in any number of situations.
4.5 Stars based on 6 reviews
By Van
SoMD
Great rod for the money
February 12, 2020
I am a big fan of Tsunami rods and this is a great rod especially for the money.
Proslight, good components, sensitive and well made
By ray
queens,NY
excellent price and performance for a quality rod
February 1, 2019
my new go to black fishing rod! a fixture in my kayak since december. attention all yakers!!:)
Prosvery light, perfect for yak fishing.
Consnone. working great since december so far:)
By James
Riverside, NJ
Tsunami TSSPJS-601MH
July 18, 2018
Got this rod for multiple uses, some back bay fluking as well as blackfish jigging/jetty use. the rod is well balanced and responsive. I actually like the squareness of the eva grips.
ProsWell balanced, so far so good for bay fluking/jigging. Looking forward to putting to use for togging. Great cost for the product.
By Cyaco
Upstate New York
Slow Pitch?? yet it's a good porgy & blackfish rod
June 13, 2018
Slow Pitch?? yet it's a good Bluefish jigging rod.
I tested this Tsunami TSSPJS-601MH Trophy Series Slow Pitch Jigging Spinning Rod for Mackerel, Bonito, Bluefish, and False Albacore light jigging in 2017 and Porgy bottom fishing in June 2018. I also have Tsunami SWSPS601-M Slim Wave Spinning Rod and I like to use Slim wave for bottom fishing. The sensitivity is better and I can swing fish over the boat better. Yet, Trophy Series Slow Pitch rod is better for LIGHT JIGGING NOT SLOW PITCH JIGGING. it doesn't provide the slow pitch action that I would like but it does provide a fair action for light jigging. Specially, New England Striper and Bluefish diamond jigging action.
Prosgood for light jigging fair price light weight
Conspoor finish on EVA handle top guides are very small so it's good for 30lbs braid
By Salt C.
NJ - New Jersey
Feels perfect
April 9, 2018
Great balance and weight. Feels perfect in my hand, after taking a few practice casts. Can't wait to hit the water and see what she can do.
Pros-Lightweight -Well Balanced -Uniform spacing between eyes
Cons-None Yet
By Andrew
Glenolden , PA
Light as a feather strong as a bull
January 14, 2018
Was looking at this rod and finally got to test it out. Picked it up and new right away it was EXACTLY what I wanted. Killer fluke rod, jigging seabass, blackfish jigging, jigging stripers, casting shads, clamming, eeling and with a heavy enough reel livelining bunker can all be done with this. Balanced fantastically to be fished all day without fatigue
16 Questions & 16 Answers
James
from Rockport,Texas asked:
November 11, 2019
I remember tackle Direct us to put number of guides including tip on rods.So my question is on the Tsunami slow pitch SPINNING rod which one has 7 guides + 1 tip to = 8 ? It would help me to decide to order or not,Im not a fan of 6 guides plus 1 tip.
1 Answer
The 7 foot is 7+1 the 6 foot is 6+1
Submitted by: Bernie De Graaf on November 11, 2019

Justin
from Virginia asked:
November 6, 2019
Would the MH be good for jigging plastics and 1/4 crabs for larger red fish, sheepshead and stripper? Paired with a spinfisher VI 3500/45000
1 Answer
The medium heavy would be fine. Slow Pitch rods are very parabolic meaning how they flex nearly all the way to foregrip. They are super strong strong rods. 
Submitted by: Bernie De Graaf on November 7, 2019

Mike
from NJ asked:
June 4, 2019
Does the rod tip of this rod flex while your jigging or just when you have a fish on?
1 Answer
The Tsunami slow pitch rods are parabolic meaning they are designed to flex far down the blank to create the slow pitch jigging effect 
Submitted by: Bernie De Graaf on June 5, 2019

Marco
from Canada, saskatchewan asked:
April 28, 2019
Pls include the lure weight max for each model
1 Answer
TSSPJ-S-601MH - Lure Weight: 1-3 oz


TSSPJ-S661MH- Lure Weight: 1-4 1/4 oz


TSSPJ-S701H-  Lure Weight: 1 3/4-4 1/4 oz



Submitted by: Tyler Bennett on May 8, 2019

Max
from Orlando asked:
January 22, 2019
would the H rod handle jigs up to 250 grams?
1 Answer
This heavy is only rated up to 4 1/2 oz's about 113 grams
Submitted by: Bernie on January 23, 2019

craig moore
from NJ asked:
December 24, 2018
What spinning reel would u pair with this for toggin in up to 100 feet of water? Thank you!
1 Answer
A 6000 Saragosa would pair well with this rod
Submitted by: Bernie on December 27, 2018

craig
from NJ asked:
December 22, 2018
What size shimano stradic CI4 would you pair with the H rated rod for blackfish? Thank you
1 Answer
The 4000 and while you can use this reel for blackfish jigging there are better options that will balance out better with the heavy Tsunami Trophy Series Slow Pitch Jigging Spinning Rods
Submitted by: Bernie on December 24, 2018

Salt Curious
from New Jersey asked:
March 13, 2018
Would the MH or H be better suited for blackfish(tautog) jigging, in 20-40 ft of water?
1 Answer
Either one would suffice but if your using heavier jigs you may want to consider the heavy as opposed to the medium heavy.
Submitted by: Bernie on March 14, 2018

Craig
from NJ asked:
March 11, 2018
How much does the H rated rod weigh?
1 Answer
The Tsunami Trophy Series Slow Pitch Jigging Spinning Rod weighs 6.4 oz's.
Submitted by: Bernie on March 12, 2018

Brian
from Charleston SC. asked:
April 26, 2020
Looking to pair ssv4500 with 20lb braid for jigging 1-3oz. jigs for snappers, mackerel, sea bass, football tunas. Which rod would you recommend, M or MH? Need enough backbone to bully fish from rocks and sharks sometimes and or sling at busting fish.

Thanks.

1 Answer
The MH would be my recommendation. Not only will it give you more power on your hook set when jigging, but also more strength against the bigger fish. This will also increase your popping/topwater capabilities as well. 
Submitted by: Sydney on April 28, 2020

Anthony
from Queens ny asked:
February 3, 2020
Does this rod have to be jigged only? Can you bait fish with it? 

Bunker chunk while anchored or live line. Regular Hook and sinker topped with spearing and squid ?

1 Answer
These are designed for a specific jigging style, we do not recommend this rod for your application. 
Submitted by: Rebecca Redington on February 5, 2020

James
from Rockport,Texas asked:
October 27, 2019
Does the spinning series has the split butt as in photos. ? And is it good match for Socorro 5000/6000 and
Shimano baitrunner 4000D ?
1 Answer
Yes, the spinning series does have the split grip. The Socorro 5000/600 would be OK for the heavy and the 4000

will work on the med. heavy or heavy.

Submitted by: KRAIG FRIEDMAN on October 29, 2019

Steve
from belmar, new jersey asked:
October 16, 2019
would the 6,0 MH spinning rod be good for diamond jigging for seabass with jigs up to 3 oz? I already use the slimwaves for this and they are great. 
1 Answer
That would be good for jigging sea bass. Usually with slow pitch rods you're overloading them with weight when jigging. 
Submitted by: Bernie De Graaf on October 17, 2019

mikew
from tampa asked:
April 24, 2018
still confused as to what slow pitch is vs the standard tsunami jigging rod?
1 Answer
Slow pitch rods have very specific actions. They are thin in diameter, highly resilient blanks. Their guides and reel seats are designed for maximum sensitivity. They have a slow tapered parabolic action that easily bends deep through the whole length whilst jerking and reeling.
Submitted by: Donald on April 25, 2018

Abdulla Alshatti
from a_alshatti_a@hotmail.com asked:
March 17, 2018
Model: TSSPJS-601MH What is the wieght for rod?
1 Answer
The weight of the TSSPJS-601MH is 6 oz.
Submitted by: Donald on March 20, 2018

Will
from Florida asked:
January 28, 2018
Which model of this rod would (MH or H)match best with a 5000 series Penn Battle reel for slow pitch jigging using 100-150 size jigs?
1 Answer
The MH would be the best match to pair with the Penn Battle 5000 for the application the rod and reel will be used for.
Submitted by: Donald on January 31, 2018

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