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.
4.5 Stars based on 38 reviews
By Karl R.
CT
Great Combo Rod
January 7, 2022
I ordered this rod for Fluke, Sea Bass Blackfish. It is light and sensitive enough for fluke fishing and strong enough to pull blackfish out of there holes.
By Bela
PA
Awesome rod
December 11, 2021
Tsunami at its best! Affordable and dependable. It’s not always the name.
By KAN H.
NY
Tsunami products
November 29, 2021
Have been using tsunami for many many years,they are good and reliable.
By douglas
Seaford, NY
6’8” slow pitch H rated 20-50lb
November 29, 2021
This pole appears to be a complete joke… you look at it and think WTF? But the joke is on us! This pole is a power house… I’m shocked at how this thing performs… great pole… ridiculously lightweight but insanely powerful….
Pros
  • 7oz rod
  • Sensitive tip
  • Stout backbone
  • Can be fished all day
Cons
  • Looks like it can?t handle what you intended it to be used for?
By Luis A.
CIUDAD DEL CARMEN, CAMPECHE
cheap
October 12, 2021
to start fishing jigging is good
Pros
  • strong
Cons
  • Small Reel Seat
By Dan
Delaware
Small Reel Seat
September 28, 2021
Bought these rods with the intention to pair them with an avet sx 5.3 G2. After reading several posts in the Q&A section saying the Avet SX will pair nicely. The reel seat is very small and barely catches the avet reel foot. Any torque on the reel and it pops out of the seat. Also you can’t use the reel clamp because the trigger assembly on back side of the rod doesn’t allow the clamp to sit flush. Just make sure it will fit your reel before ordering.
By Russ
Monroe, CT
Great jigging rod
July 6, 2021
My friend had one of these. After my last Penn snapped (only had it 2 years) I decided to give the Tsunami a try and I have been very happy with it so far. With this I fish for Sea Bass, Porgy's, Blackfish, Flounder/Fluke and it works fine for me. So far, I'm happy with this rod. It's light and I like the rod bend a lot.
By Tom
Indian River Delaware
Love this rod.
May 2, 2021
Great rod at an economical price.
By Dave
Barnegat Light, NJ
Great rod
April 12, 2021
I have a couple of these that I use across a couple of different applications. Great for small to medium species like bluefish, fluke, and sea bass but can also handle some larger bycatch (I’ve reeled in a number of 30+ lb shark) and you can even jig for big tuna with them.
By Anonymous
New york
great rod
March 22, 2021
used to Togging.
love the spider wrapped guides
By Tom
CA
Best bang for your buck
January 6, 2021
Love these! bought two. Lightweight and seem durable
By David G.
Connecticut
Reel Seat
December 30, 2020
I bought the 7 foot heavy rod to pair up with the forged 12. The reel plate does not quite sit properly into the rod seat. Im working on filing it down to fit better. Also, the reel clamp for this specific setup blocks the trigger and doesn't sit as well as it should. Other than that, a nice rod.
Pros
  • Nice rod
Cons
  • Reel seat.... chose wisely
By Joe
Berlin, NJ
Solid , great price
December 17, 2020
Tsunami has been in my arsenal for years and these slow pitch rods are my new favorite. Super light weight . Great for bottom fishing
By Matthew
Clearwater, FL
Perfect starter rod for slow pitch jigging
May 19, 2020
This is the perfect rod for getting started into slow pitch jigging. I bought it as an inexpensive rod to get going. Did well on my first use bringing in a number of red snapper and grouper with ease.
Pros
  • Cheap by comparison to most slow pitch jigging rods.
  • Good bend and fast recovery...good flex.
By Vincent
HUNTINGTON, NY
Great jigging rod
May 9, 2020
Great rod, strong and good deal for the price
8 Questions & 8 Answers
Walt Hammond
from Maryland asked:
September 21, 2018
Is the Shimano Calcutta 400B too small for thes MH?
1 Answer
The 400 would fit(a little on the light side) but it would be a very light weight setup.
Submitted by: Bernie on September 24, 2018

Tony
from PA asked:
November 24, 2017
Would the Daiwa LEXA 300 HD pair well with this rod? Thanks
1 Answer
Pairing the two would create a good jigging setup.
Submitted by: Bernie on November 24, 2017

Saul
from Costa Rica asked:
November 6, 2020
What are the jig weight for each model? 

Usually slow pitch rods are rated by the size of the jig.

1 Answer
Hello Saul, thanks for being interested in our product. Here is the lure weight for each size of the Tsunami Trophy slow pitch jigging casting rod.


6'6" Medium- Heavy(1-4 1/4 oz.)

6'8" Heavy (2-5 1/4 oz.)

7' Heavy (1 3/4-4 1/4 oz.

7' Extra heavy (2-7 oz.)

7'6" Extra heavy (3 1/4- 7oz.)



Submitted by: Bass O on November 9, 2020

ken
from Pemberton NJ asked:
August 31, 2019
is this an acid wrap rod ? wich would be better for fluke fishing heavy or medium heavy rod?
1 Answer
Yes, and you can use this rod depending on how deep you are fishing. But it can work. 
Submitted by: Rebecca Redington on September 2, 2019

Justin in OC
from Laguna Beach, CA asked:
June 26, 2018
I have a Ocea Conquest 200HG and want to slow pitch in Southern Cal. Looking at these Tsunami's. Based on inshore/offshore applications, am I better off with Heavy or medium heavy? Should I be looking at another stick as well?
1 Answer
I would recommend using the medium heavy over the heavy with the size ree you are pairing with.
Submitted by: Ricky on July 5, 2018

Hussain
from Sarasota., FL asked:
April 24, 2018
would Shimano TOR16HGA Torium SW Reel fit with this rod?
1 Answer
The Shimano TOR16HGA Torium SW Reel would fit on the Tsunami TSSPJC-681H Trophy Series Slow Pitch Jigging Casting Rod and will make up a good combo.
Submitted by: Donald on April 26, 2018

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 Answer
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.
Submitted by: 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 Answer
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.
Submitted by: Devon on November 13, 2017

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