Tsunami TSCC 703H Travel Kayak Inshore Rod

Tsunami TSCC 703H Travel Kayak Inshore Rod

Price: $89.99
TD Code
TypeLengthPiecesPowerLine WeightLure WeightPrice
Casting7'3Heavy15lb - 25lb3/4oz - 2oz$89.99 USD
Premium quality construction, components and performance are all precision matched in the Tsunami Trophy and Classic series of rods produced by Bimini Bay Outfitters Performance Products. Tough unidirectional graphite composite blanks are wrapped in an ultra-high modulus graphite mesh outer layer over the length of the unidirectional blank for increased sensitivity, toughness, power and strength to overcome trophy size gamefish. Light weight and strength mean less angler fatigue while fighting the biggest fish with better energy transfer and more force directed to the fish. The graphite mesh aids in refining each rod action to assure the best of energy storage and transfer on every cast or during the toughest fight.
  • Increased Sensitivity
  • Easy assembly
  • High Modulus mesh
  • Unidirectional Graphite
4.5 Stars based on 9 reviews
By Christian
Jupiter, FL
Good rod with a few issues.
July 22, 2018
The rod itself has held up pretty good since I purchased it 3 years ago. I usually fish for snook and jack with this rod.

The first day I used the rod a 20in snook popped the top inch and a half off the rod. I though that maybe the line got tip wrapped and and the force snapped the tip. But after I checked it out there was no sign of a wrap. The rod just snapped. Luckily I always fish with a guide repair kit so I was able to get the rod back into service in a few min.

Never the less I was disappointed.

That was 3 years ago, and the rod has preformed flawlessly ever since.
By Matthew
Fort Worth, TX
Sturdy Travel Rod
May 20, 2016
Sturdy travel rod, compact and fairly tough.
ProsLight weight
By yvan m.
my brokend
March 22, 2016
please please help me.... im from venezuela, i have one of this rods but the first part to the tip broke and the people of bimini dosent answer me my mails, and i dont know what to do, i need the spare part if is posible, what a bad client atention for bimini .... if u can help me let me nkow what to do thanks...
By Ryan
Basseterre, St. Kitts
Great shore rod
January 31, 2016
I picked this item up originally from a friend down in the Caribbean. I had the misfortune of it breaking on me, and missed it dearly. Use it for shore fishing when I'm taking a break from the studies. In between semesters I ended up picking a new one up stateside and have been a fishing fool since. When time permits anyways. The rod is surprisingly strong for how light weight it is, and even comes with a convenient carrying case. Its perfect for my use. Would recommend it to anyone.
By Alex
California, MD
They're very nice
April 26, 2015
Very nice rod for a backup kayak rod. Just the other day on my first kayak trip of the year, my rod snapped on me, luckily I had one of these rods with me and it caught a couple nice stripers! Paired with a Penn conflict 4000 and it is awesome!
By David
Rishon Le Zion, Israel
Light strong and great for inshore
October 2, 2014
Light strong and great for inshore
By Kenneth
Toronto, Ontario
Great travel rod
April 21, 2014
I have the Tsunami Travel Kayak Boat rod and the Tsunami Travel Kayak Inshore Rod in the spinning model. I got the casting rod to fill a specific need for a bait/heavy lure rod. I paired this rod with an Okuma Komodo 364 and it mated nicely. I cast very well within the 1-3oz range and I have even lobbed out 40 yard cast with a 4oz weight + bait. The rod does feel a little heavy in hand. I've even used it when bottom fishing and the sensitivity was great when fishing with braid and 3oz weight over 100 feet of water. The biggest fish on this rod so far is a 30lb Cownose Ray, but my similarly built and action spinning model landed a 200lb Nurse Shark, so I'm very certain this casting model can do just the same.
Tsunami TSCS 703H Travel Kayak Inshore Rod
December 27, 2013
, Toronto
Great rod for the money
July 22, 2013
Bought this rod for a trip to Belize. I needed a rod that can handle stingrays, nurse sharks and tarpon. The 7' heavy spinning model did an admirable job on two stingrays and a 36" tarpon. It was able to cast live herring and grunts accurately for a distance of 40 yards (that's all we needed to cast). It also was able to cast very well within the stated casting range (3/4oz to 3oz). Unfortunately, I didn't get to test it on a nurse shark.

Only regret is that a travel rod case was not included, unlike other travel rods offered by other companies. Would have received 5 stars otherwise.
ProsPrice, quality, construction
ConsLacking a travel rod case
4 Questions & 4 Answers
from Dhaka, Dhaka asked:
October 20, 2019
What's the weight of the rod ? Thanks. Bikash
1 Answer
This rod is currently out of stock, when it becomes available we'll be able to get a weight on it for you 

Submitted by: Bernie De Graaf on October 21, 2019

Jay T.
from Chicago asked:
September 26, 2016
Does this rod come with a case? If yes, is it hard or soft?
1 Answer
This rod comes with a soft case.
Submitted by: Donald on September 28, 2016

from Texas asked:
August 28, 2015
How long is each piece?
1 Answer
Hello Steven. All of the pieces are of equal length at 30 inches.
Submitted by: Brandon on September 3, 2015

from Minnesota fish in florida asked:
January 15, 2015
What would be good reel for the tsunami inshore travel casting rod inshore edition?
1 Answer
Really depends on where, what, and how you are fishing. I see you will be using it in Florida. Will you be fishing fresh or saltwater? Casting or jigging? What species are you targeting?
Submitted by: Customer Service on January 16, 2015


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