Tsunami TSTSS-863H Travel Surf Spinning Rod 3pc

Tsunami TSTSS-863H Travel Surf Spinning Rod 3pc

Price: $82.99
Model
TD Code
TypeLengthPiecesPowerLine WeightLure WeightPrice
TSTSS-863H
TSU-0130
Spinning8'6''3Heavy12lb - 25lb3/4oz - 3oz$82.99 USD
Tsunami Travel Surf Spinning Rods are constructed with unidirectional graphite composite blanks that 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.
4.5 Stars based on 8 reviews
By W
, California
So far, so good
March 4, 2020
Good rod, haven't hooked that lunker with this rod but, sensitive feel for surf perch pecks makes it a fun day in the surf. Lower guides are Big, so finding an affordable case for it is a little challenging. Overall, very pleased with this rod. no wind knot's on braided line. Credit to the large guide?
ProsPrice, for a 3 piece, it held tight with little to no adjustment even with a hard "whip" on the cast
ConsLower guide is big
By James
Cape Cod
Great rod for the money
March 12, 2019
good action and handled lures with some chunk bait
By Denes
Germantown NY
Its not bad.
January 11, 2019
This will do the job. The 3 piece construction looks like it's gonna hold up.

The action seems s bit rubbery at 2oz. But, if you plan this as a having a fun afternoon or two on vacation with a packed up tight car, this will do.

The pieces stay put ok, the reel seat seems good. The guides are ok. The tip guide is brass.

If this was a 2 piece rod, it would be like a 50 or 60 dollar one.

I'll define try use it for fishing after work, but more than am hour or two, I'll be stuffing an airwave elite in there.

Strength and size would be fine for fluke, blues, or typical striper. I'd not want to cast much over 3oz or be jigging inlets from shore. Definitely more of a lure rod than a heavy pyramid weight thrower.

Howevwr, definitely better than a 7ft rod.
ProsSmall, affordable.
ConsSeems a little soft for heavier surf or inlet use.
By Jessie
nj
best rod brand out there for the price
July 17, 2018
They are literally manufactured around the corner from where i live ( less than 5 miles) in Mahwah NJ and are truly fantastic. I would recommend this company to anyone, plain and simple. This is my current pole from bottom fishing to Mahi Mahi and even smaller sharks. I even caught a 300+lb shark on my tsunami reel rated for 40 lb and my tsunami pole rated for 80-100 pound line in a chum slick 10 ft from the boat and wrenched him in. My father went out and bought a $300 custom rod years back for it's lightness and sensitivity, but when i handed him my rod to hold so i could get a sandwich, he he wouldn't give it back and went out and bought one of these. The thing is so sensitive you can literally feel the types of ocean floor terrain you are on, and distinguish bites from that, and also it is light as a feather.
ProsWell worth the money. Very sensitive. Light as a feather. Strong poles. Very good looking.
ConsAbsolutely none. Best rod i have ever used, and i have used a lot!
By Paul R.
VALLEJO, CA
Take anywhere rod!!!
April 1, 2018
Used primarily for jetty salmon fishing here in Benicia California, its also excels for stripers off the same jetty using bucktails or soft plastics. Throws a long way even with the lightest of spinners or bucks. Sensitive tip and most importantly... doesnt take up any space at all in the trunk.
ProsSentive tip Good back bone
ConsNone
By Harold
Jackson, TN
It's was so easy for travel and save space.
October 29, 2014
If guides smaller would be a perfect rod.
By JD
Maplewood, NJ
As Advertised
October 3, 2014
Very versatile rod that was able to handle all I ask of it on a trip to Costa Rica
By Jimj
Hudson River andNYHarbor
Here Fishy fish
April 29, 2014
Great for school stripers ,Flounder and Bluefish under 10lbsLite
ProsLite,you willbe able cast further than usualTip
ConsTip is to lite for big blues.
6 Questions & 6 Answers
John
from New York asked:
May 2, 2019
Would a Penn Fierce II 6000 work well on this rod? It requires a 3" reel seat opening.
1 Answer
The Penn Fierce ii 6000 would fit and pair up well with that rod 
Submitted by: Bernie De Graaf on May 8, 2019

Craiggy83
from CT asked:
August 26, 2018
Could you recommend a few reels from different manufacturers that would work well on this rod?
1 Answer

nick
from Denver, P asked:
June 18, 2019
how long are each of the sections?
1 Answer
The top section will measure 35". The middle piece is 35 3/4". The bottom section is 36". 
Submitted by: Rebecca Redington on June 18, 2019

C
from Walled lake, Michigan asked:
June 17, 2018
Would a Daiwa bg4000 balance well with the 8â‚"6â‚ model?
1 Answer
Yes this reel would balance nice with this rod.
Submitted by: Ricky on June 18, 2018

Mike
from NJ asked:
December 11, 2015
What kind of carry case is provided with this?
1 Answer
It is a black soft fabric draw string type of case, there are three sections sewn into the bag. More of a rod cover/bag opposed to a case.
Submitted by: Kaitryn on December 16, 2015

Tony
from New Jersey asked:
August 16, 2014
how long are each section, or total length when broken down in sections
1 Answer
This rod is broken down into 3 equal lengths.
Submitted by: Customer Service on August 17, 2014

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