These TiCr-X 4-piece Fly Rods by Temple Fork Outfitters have the power to launch large streamers and the action to handle almost anything that swims. TiCr-X Series Fly Rods feature oversized titanium oxide stripping guides, flor grade cork, beautiful rich blue finishes, alignment dots (color-coded for different rod weights), and newly-designed aluminum reel seats with uniquely cushioned reel hoods.
Rated 5 out of 5 by deerkiller56097 really good
this rod is very durable and holds up very well ive cought many fish with this including a 17 # catfish hahah so its very strong..
February 29, 2008
Rated 5 out of 5 by Flyfishguy Wow!
I own the 5, 6, 7, 8, and 10 weight in the X series and wouldn't have anything else as back up's for my high end equipment. They are awesome rods and will stand up to the toughest Saltwater, Freshwater or Anadromous species. Where ever I travel I know I have first class performance in my second best rods. I have used many rods in my day but these make a tough wind go away, they are not stiff on the hookup, they are so accurate you keep looking for the scope, and best of all they do the work for you. My recommendation to friends, students, and clients who are traveling to a Fly fishing destination is get yourself an X rod or two. Serious rods without the serious price tag. Unconditional lifetime guarantee as well.
January 14, 2008
Rated 5 out of 5 by dw great rod
love this rod! I now keep this with me any time I travel. cast great in heavy winds(mine is an 8wt) cant be beat for the price
September 15, 2007
Rated 4 out of 5 by Montoman TiCR X
I purchased the 7 wt rod primarily for heavy freshwater and light saltwater use. I found the 8 wt to be just too stiff yet the seven wt was just right with just enough spring in it without wearing one down. This rod easily tackles specs and reds and can accurately cast 70 ft or more if your technique allows. I still find it a little light for large clousers but for Crazy charlies it is perfect. BAss bugs are no problem. The color is great and the overall weight is not tiring. This is my only very fast action rod and I do better with a fast or moderate fast action but that is due to my experience not the quality of the rod. This rod is well worth the cost in compari.son to the high end rods of similar weight. You can have 2 or three of these in different weights to the price of just one of them. This is my challenge rod, the one that will teach me to be a great double hauler ( I hope). On a double haul the line flies through your hand
July 27, 2007
No, TFO rods come with a sock, but not a tube (Something I wish they would adapt; there are many budget rod companies that have decided to include a rod tube with the rod purchase) I suppose the choice is because the purchaser can then either buy a triangle tube or a round tube, whichever they prefer.