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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.
This rod is fairly light and casts a mile with ease. Double hauling is easy to do and adds to the casting distance of the rod. The rod is very durable and looks great against the blue sky. I also love the deal that Bass Pro has with this rod. I couldn't ask for a better piece of fly equipment.
February 27, 2011
My Temple Fork TiCR-X Series flyrod is the best buy for the money among saltwater rods.
February 23, 2011
amazing casting tool for a fantastic price
Purchased a 5wt 9' as an upgrade to my white river beginners kit. I was looking for a fast rod with long casting distances and a more direct feel than the medium weight white river I've been casting with all summer. I originally went with the TiCR but returned it after finding it numb and devoid of casting feedback. I then went with the TiCR X and have not looked back. Excellent performance and control with a communicative rod that makes beautiful, 60+ foot gentle, accurate presentations an everyday reality. What an amazing casting tool its turned out to be.
November 18, 2009
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
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.
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