This is the independent review of the Temple Fork Outfitter (TFO Rods) spinning rod review.
To see the online fishing tackle page where I buy these TFO spinning rods (the link I mentioned in the video), click here now: http://bit.ly/2bx5JIH
Of all my tackle for inshore fishing, the rod is what I believe is the most important for inshore anglers who use artificial lures.
This is because the rod controls so many essential tasks:
1. Casting distance and control
2. Working the lure during the retrieve
3. Feeling strikes
4. Setting the hook
5. Helping pull the fish in
And I’ve been using a “Signature Series” rod from Temple Fork Outfitters (TFO rods) over the past year that I’ve really enjoyed.
This rod is very light so allows for many casts without getting tired. And it has a fairly strong tip allowing for effective retrieve action on lures with enough feel to detect the smallest of bites (even small pinfish).
Best of all, it has enough backbone to pull in bigger fish like tarpon when needed. And it’s never a bad thing with fishing rod legend G. Loomis is behind the technology and materials of the fishing rod like it is with TFO rods.
Here are the listed Specifications listed on this Temple Fork Outfitters spinning rod:
Line Weight: 6 – 12 lbs
Lure Weight: 1/4th to 3/4th oz
Model Number: TFG SSS 764-1
The bad thing about this rod is that it’s hard to find… this is made by a relatively small company based in Dallas, TX so not many stores carry it.
However, you’re welcome to use the link below to get this same TFO spinning rod at an online store that I’ve been using lately:
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