Tsunami TSTBC 761HW Trophy Wire Line Casting Rod

Tsunami TSTBC 761HW Trophy Wire Line Casting Rod

Price: $119.89
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Model
TD Code
TypeLengthPiecesPowerLine WeightLure WeightPrice
TSTBC 761HW
TSU-0065
Casting7'6"1Heavy-WireN/ASpoon/Plug$119.89 USD
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Premium quality construction, the best available components and performance tuned blanks are all features that have been designed into the TSUNAMI TROPHY Series of Wire Line rods. Tough unidirectional graphite blanks deliver light weight, toughness, power and strength to overcome trophy size gamefish. All models equipped with a smooth, tough, strong SPEED butt that?s easy to get out of a rod holder with a no scratch, no pain rounded aluminum ball gimbal.

  • Braced tungsten carbide guides for strength and wear resistance
  • Precision machined Hooded Aluminum Reel seat and Ball Gimbal
  • Durable graphite mesh over graphite composite construction
  • Full length blank through butt design
  • High gloss epoxy wrap finish
  • Fully under wrapped guides
  • Comfortable EVA cored Diamond textured front grips


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4 Stars based on 2 reviews
By Rodrigo
EASTON, PA.
NICE WELL MADE TROLLING RODS FOR THE MONEY
January 10, 2016
I have not yet used these rods since I purchased them during the winter. I have outfitted them with shimano tekota 700's and depth hunter braided line to use anything from mojo rigs to umbrellas to stretches.
I do own and also use Tony Maja rods with Tekota 800's with wire line but those are strictly for my bunker spoons....If you plan on using strictly for spoons then the tony mama's do the job but at double the price... if you plan on using different rigs then these should get the job done.... nice quality for the money
By NJSurfer
NJ
Decent Starter Rod
June 9, 2014
I bought this rod because this spring is the first time I've given wire lining spoons a serious go. I didn't want to break the bank so went with this one. I've trolled it 3 times now and have brought in a few decent stripers. It gives the requisite "pulsing" while trolling and it has decent power with a fish on. Overall, a good rod for the price.
3 Questions & 3 Answers
Mauri Peralta
from McAllen texas asked:
March 30, 2019
What size should i get for 3oz spoons? And can I use braided line?
1 Answer
The 8'3 would be more of a trolling rod and you can use braid with this rod. 
Submitted by: Bernie De Graaf on April 19, 2019

Jim
from New Bedford MA asked:
April 1, 2020
What is the recommended line rating for this rod? It just says wire.  I  would be using 25 lb test wire for lake trout.  I can’t tell how stiff this rod is.  If it had a line rating I would want 15-30.
1 Answer
This rod was designed for heavier saltwater trolling applications like trolling bunker spoons with 50lb or higher wire and is pretty stiff. Probably not the best option for lake trout. 
Submitted by: Brian on April 1, 2020

Chris
from Point Pleasant NJ asked:
October 20, 2015
Is this a 2 piece rod like the 8'-4" model? If so, does it come apart at the forgrip? What is the difference between the tungsten carbide guides and a carbaloy guide?
1 Answer
This is a one piece model. From the information that I have read, Carboloy and tungsten carbide are the same thing,
Submitted by: David on October 21, 2015

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