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Tsunami TSSPJC-681H Trophy Series Slow Pitch Jigging Casting Rod

Tsunami TSSPJC-681H Trophy Series Slow Pitch Jigging Casting Rod

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TD Code
TypeLengthPowerActionLine WeightPrice
TSSPJC-681H
TSU-0232
Casting6'8''
1 pc
HeavyModerate-Slow20 - 50 lb.$99.99 USD
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The new Trophy Series Conventional 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 conventional 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. The conventional models are designed with a spiral wrapped guide train delivering more power and optimum load balance. 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.
5 Stars based on 3 reviews
By Blake
Md
February 16, 2018
Best tog rod out there
You can not find a more fun rod out there. I have caught 10+ lb tog on this rod. It had a light weight feel with enough backbone to handle bigger fish. I have both the MH and H. I recommend the slow pitch rods for any bottom fishing .
ProsLight but mighty
ConsWarning, when you take this rod offshore for double digits black fish you may encounter funny looks from fellow fisherman at first!
By Mike H.
Annapolis,MD
February 13, 2018
Amazing
Rod is amazing - pairs with a Shimano Curado nicely for jigging.
By Paul
Long Island
October 12, 2017
Best deal for the money
Amazing rods for the price, I currently own all 3 versions and they cover everything from back bays with the MH to deep drops with the XH.
Prossuper sensitive and very light weight
ConsNone
3 Questions & 3 Answers
Tony
from PA asked:
November 24, 2017
Would the Daiwa LEXA 300 HD pair well with this rod? Thanks
1 Answers
Pairing the two would create a good jigging setup.
Bernie
on November 24, 2017

WALTER
from san francisco, CA asked:
February 6, 2018
HOW DOES IT COMPARE TO TSAWBCJ-66IMH AND TSTBCJ-661MH ? WHICH IS BEST FOR DEEP SEA ROCKCOD FISHING ?
1 Answers
The Trophy Series Slow Pitch rods are going to be a much lighter weight and thinner blank than the Airwave. Both rods are going to have a much slower action than any fast action rod. This means that the rods will have a deeper bend throughout the mid-section of the rod, whereas a fast action rod bends predominantly at the tip.
Devon
on February 13, 2018

Will Kinsella
from Belmar ju asked:
November 12, 2017
Will the Daiwa saltist 20hc or the shimano tekota 500 fit on comfortably?
1 Answers
I feel like the Tekota is too large for the reel. The Saltist 20 is a better fit. Personally, I feel like this model would pair up best with a lowprofile baitcasting reel or a small conventional like the Avet SXJ.
Devon
on November 13, 2017

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