Tsunami Rods

Discussion in 'Fishing Rod Review' started by Sentry Dog Man, Oct 2, 2005.

  1. Sentry Dog Man

    Sentry Dog Man New Member

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    Hi All,

    Just picked up a Tsunami spinning rod on my recent trip to the Outer Banks. It is 10' long and supposedly handles between 3 and 6 ounces of weight, and line recommendation is between 15 and 30 pound test. I thought it might prove to be a good catfish rod but it is certainly not a good nightfishing rod (because of color).

    If any of you have any experience with the Tsunami rods, please make a post or drop me a PM.

    I like the feel and looks of this rod and it seemed to do pretty well, casting in the surf (although I did not use it much while on my trip). But, it seemed that it might make a good catfishing rod.
     
  2. JAYNC

    JAYNC New Member

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    I own 2 tsunami spinning rods, both are medium heavy in the 6'6" and 7' lengths. I love them, they are designed for boat fishing, the neat feature is when you have a fish on and you have the butt of the rod on your hip the rod actuallt pushes into you and you have a lot better control of the rod. I think I am going to put my ugly sticks away and get two more tsunami, 7' models. I have no idea on the surf cat rods though.