Tsunami Rods, Backwater Series

by • June 8, 2014 • Product Reviews, Rods and Reels ReviewsComments (2)3985

There are only about a million different fishing rods out there on the market.  Some very expensive and some in the more manageable price range.  Price doesn’t always calculate to quality, and it’s not a requirement to have a $300 fishing rod to catch quality fish.  The line up from Tsunami Rods, Backwater Series offers quality, amazing casting distance, along with the backbone to land your next trophy fish, but at a very affordable price.    I think we can all agree that fishing can become quite the expensive hobby, and sometimes giving some relief to your wallet is invaluable.

I’ve been fishing and working with the line up of fishing rods from Tsunami for a couple of months now and I’ve been rather impressed with these rods.  The first thing that took me aback was the casting distance of these fishing rods.  With barely the flip of the wrist, your lure seems like it was shot out of a rocket.  Even more impressive was the casting accuracy and the backbone to stand up to quality slot and over slot redfish.  While Tsunami has a wide line up of fishing rods, we’re going to focus our attention on the Backwater series of rods.  These are a split grip style fishing rod, with 7 eyes/guides with a hint of turquoise in the wraps.  It’s a very nice looking fishing rod, simple and clean.  The only thing that I can complain about with these rods is there isn’t a hook keeper or ring on the rod itself, which means the angler has to attach his/her jighead or hook on the first eye.  Other than that, it’s an amazing fishing rod, and the price is even sweeter. Once paired with your favorite spinning or casting reel, you’ll have an adept arsenal to hit the water in chase of your next trophy.  Test out a Tsunami fishing rod, and you’ll soon be a believer as well.

 

Tsunami Rods – Backwater Series – TSBWS 701ML  backwater_casting[1]

  • 7′
  • medium/light
  • line weight: 6-12lbs
  • lure weight: 1/16-3/8oz

There are only about a million different fishing rods out there on the market.  Some very expensive and some in the more manageable price range.  Price doesn’t always calculate to quality, and it’s not a requirement to have a $300 fishing rod to catch quality fish.  The line up of fishing rods from Tsunami offers quality, amazing casting distance, along with the backbone to land your next trophy fish, but at a very affordable price.    I think we can all agree that fishing can become quite the expensive hobby, and sometimes giving some relief to your wallet is invaluable.

I’ve been fishing and working with the line up of fishing rods from Tsunami for a couple of months now and I’ve been rather impressed with these rods.  The first thing that took me aback was the casting distance of these fishing rods.  With barely the flip of the wrist, your lure seems like it was shot out of a rocket.  Even more impressive was the casting accuracy and the backbone to stand up to quality slot and over slot redfish.  While Tsunami has a wide line up of fishing rods, we’re going to focus our attention on the Backwater series of rods.  These are a split grip style fishing rod, with 7 eyes/guides with a hint of turquoise in the wraps.  It’s a very nice looking fishing rod, simple and clean.  The only thing that I can complain about with these rods is there isn’t a hook keeper or ring on the rod itself, which means the angler has to attach his/her jighead or hook on the first eye.  Other than that, it’s an amazing fishing rod, and the price is even sweeter. Once paired with your favorite spinning or casting reel, you’ll have an adept arsenal to hit the water in chase of your next trophy.  Test out a Tsunami fishing rod, and you’ll soon be a believer as well.

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2 Responses to Tsunami Rods, Backwater Series

  1. Jason says:

    Have you had any experience with the tsunami airwave? I found one at Walmart. The regular price was $96. They had it on clearance for $40. I can’t find any reviews on it.

    • Tony Hart says:

      Jason, I have tried the Tsunami Airwave rod, and thought it performed greatly. Good action, casted well, and had the backbone to handle a good day of bends! $40 is a steal!

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