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  1. Hi guys, Been looking for some feedback on this Tica Tc2 UEHA532002S 10'6'' Medium-Heavy rod rated 1-3oz. I only found threads about either people looking for one or also looking for some feedback. I want to know about first hand experiences with this rod. Reel pairing and actual lure weight ratings. How does it hold up? I already have this rod actually, received it yesterday. I'm just not sure what to think about the feel of it. I find it a bit whippy all the way to the butt. Purchased it to cast light lures mag darters, SP minnows, bucktails, etc. Could I do pencil popping with a 6 or 7'' cordell whit this? Don't know, you tell me. It does balance perfectly with my Penn Conflict II 6k LC (18.5oz).
  2. See below for description. Local pickup / meet up. No shipping. I am located in Brooklyn, Park Slope area and travel to Long Island, Nassau County approximately once a week. Im willing to meet within reasonable distance. For sale are the following rods: 7’0 Shimano Sojourn SJS-70HA Price: $15 Condition: Very good, lightly used 7’6” Penn Squadron SQDIN815S76 Squadron Inshore Spinning Rod Price: $25 Condition: Good, normal wear and tear from use, one of the guides was slightly bent, which was corrected. 10’ Cabela's Salt Striker CSS-CTS10A Surf Spinning Rod Price: $35 Lure Weight (oz): 2-4 Condition: Good, normal wear and tear from use Rod is broken down in pictures. Tica UGSA12XH2S EX-HEAVY TC3 Dolphin Surf Spinning Rod Price: $150 Condition: Very good, normal wear and tear from light use. Rod is broken down in pictures. St Croix MIS76MHF Mojo Inshore Spinning Rod Price: $125 Condition: Like new, very lightly used. St Croix MSS90MMF2 Mojo Surf Spinning Rods Price: $190 Condition: New, never used with tags. Rod is broken down in pictures.
  3. Does anyone own/know about the Tica Striper Collector series rods? My local shop has a WIGA70MH2S (7ft MH, 2peice) on clearance for $40 and it seems like a cool little rod. Rated 3/4-3oz and has a nice longer butt section. I don't particularly need it but..... well I don't think I need to explain
  4. New/unused or in like new condition Tica Taurus spinner. I never used it and the guy I got it from never used it and the condition shows that. Comes with spare TP6000S spool, box, paperwork, everything you see in the pictures. $85. Price includes shipping and PayPal.
  5. Chunking combo, suitable for beach sharking. Tica UEHA836502S, 12 ft, 4-10oz, 2-piece spinning rod. Good shape, a little scuffed up. Shimano Baitrunner 6500B, Good shape, a few nicks. Spooled with new 65lb Power pro. Box & paperwork. $150 picked up/meet up. I'm near Morristown, NJ but travel to CT/MA often for work. Probably be around Raritan Bay in the next few weeks as well.
  6. I don't do much jetty fishing anymore since I bought my boat, so I've decided to sell my rig. Rod and reel are in excellent condition Tica Dolphin TC3 - $115 shipped UGSA80MH1S 8 ft, 1 pc, MH, Fast action Shimano Spheros 5000FB - $100 shipped spooled with 30 lb fireline
  7. Hello, I am looking to buy a 10’ MH Surf Rod with a rate of 1-4oz or 1-5oz. I would prefer in person buying and I am located in Boston, Ma so north or south shore is also fine. I am open to shipping if the price is right as well. Looking to spend up to $150ish depending on the rod. Open to suggestion, thank you for looking!
  8. Tica Dolphin: UGSA model 12XH2S XH 12’0″ 2pc 20-50 lbs test line rated 6-12 oz. Used maybe 4-5 times. Perfect condition. Pick up / Meet up preferred. $120 Brooklyn, NY; Greater NY Area; Upstate NY. Possible Monmouth County NJ
  9. Tica UGSA80M2S Dolphin Surf Spin Fish Rod, 8-Feet , 2-Piece, ,1/2 to 2 oz, 6-17 lb Tica UGSA-90M2S Dolphin Surf Spin Rod, 9-Feet, 2-Piece, 1/2 to 3 oz, 10-25 lb Stellar Lite Fast Taper SG1220FT80 Spinning 12-20 lb, 1/2 - 1 1/2 oz, 8' 1 pc. Med-Heavy Stellar Lite Fast Taper SG1525FT80 Spinning 15-25 lb, 5/8 - 2 oz, 8' , 1 pc.Heavy Looking for a spinning rod for my BG 4000 to fish the san fransico bay for stripers and grubing for perch and schoolie stripers in the surf. I throw mostly 1/2 oz size hair raisers , swimbaits and kastmasters in the bay but also throw SP minnows. In the surf it will be 1/2 to 1oz lead on carolina rig for perch and 1/2 to 2 oz hair raiser, swimbaits and metal for stripers. I have not found the rods above locally to see how they feel and would like to know how close to lure ratings are these rods. For the bay most of what I throw will be 1/2 to 3/4 oz and in the surf 3/4 to 1 1/2 oz. Does any of the rods above stand out over the others? I do like that the Ticas are 2 pc but the stellars may be higher quality rod. The "concept system" on the stellar fast tapers concerns me in a store bought rod as it can't be matched to my BG 4000. Thanks for any and all input. Craig
  10. Tics dolphin surf basically new. I think I used it one time. 10'6 2-8oz. Asking $80 Tsunami five star 10ft 2-5oz...$25 Penn spinfisher 9ft 1-5oz.... $25 Ugly stik 7ft w/mitchell...... $25 Ugly stik lite 6'6 casting..... $25 Penn pursuit 7ft casting .... $25 *Pick up only. Matawan nj 07747*
  11. Purchased new from amazon on 11/02/17. Butt-cap has been removed for rod holder, used once and decided not to keep it. $130. Willing to ship at your expense.
  12. For sale: bunch of rods that are not being used due to excessive kayak fishing. All are in good to excellent condition. I can post photos if you want. 6'6" St. Croix trs66lf2 great trout rod that I thought I would use and don't as I never have time. $75 local (cape) $80 shipped. Also a good snapper blue rod. I still have the warranty tags for this rod so you can register it with St Croix. 8' Tica Surge $65 local 75 shipped 2 piece light surf rod, great for sp minnow and small kastmasters, etc. Also good for surf fluking. 10' Penn Battalion Surf Conventional. Good all around rod for lures and light to medium chunking. Can cast very far. $65 local, $75 shipped.
  13. All gear in very good condition Loomis SUR1142S, great Bomber, SP Minnow Rod 3/8oz-1.5oz 9'6" $150 Penn 710Z, made bail-less. Loaded with 20 lb Fireline. 704z handle, extra spool w/20 lb mono $75 Feels great as a combo! Combo price $200 Tsunami Trophy TSTSS702M. It's 7 ft, 2pc, rated 1/2 to 2oz. $40 Tica Libra SA3500. Everything in VG shape, the reel was serviced at Tica, and not used since. It has 20 (or 30) lb braid, but it has been on a while. $40 Combo price $70 Prices are for gear picked up near Parsippany, NJ (or meet up) Cash/check/MO
  14. Bought new from local shop in Long Island NY for $120 on 8/7/15 Have paperwork - Used a handful of times. Excellent Condition I'm in Long Beach NY - Will drive to meet within reason. Model: UEHA429002S Line: 8-17lb Lure: .5-1.5oz Height: 9'6" $90 - may consider 4000 size reel for trade. Thanks for looking
  15. Quantum Smoke Inshore PTs SL30. Lightly used and in great shape. Some wear on the reel foot but other than that really clean. Smooth and really light little reel. Box included and loaded with 20lb. PP Slick. $100 shipped Pretty beat up Abu 6500C. Pretty smooth reel given how it look cosmetically. No box or papers. $25 shipped Older Abu Low Profile Baitcaster. Torno 3003M. Holds 105 yds. of 10 lb. mono. $25 Shipped SOLD Tica TC2 Medium 8' one piece. Mod-Fast action 1/2-2oz 6-17lb line. 3rd and 4th guide from top have been replaced. Great backup rod for the bay or fluking out front. $40 no shipping. SOLD Paypal preferred.
  16. Getting up to speed on lure fishing. Very interested in bucktails and thinking about investing in a rod to be used just for .50 to 2 ounce bucktails, mostly along coast of SOCO Rhode Island. Doing my research and coming out more confused then when I started. Looked at Lami, St Croix, Tsunami, TFO and TICA, all around $200-225 or so. Thinking moderate action 9 footer as most fishing will be done on open beach. Thoughts, experience all advice is welcome. Thanks
  17. I have a Tica Dolphin surf 7' with a Shimano Stradic FJ 3000 for sale. Great combo for fluke of the beaches, back bays.. . Everything is excellent condition and works beautifully. Ill post some picks later today. The reel is loaded with 20lb powerpro - and has been used only a few times. The rod is a one piece 7' 10-25 line weight, 3/4 - 3 oz lure wt. MH Fast action. Asking $200 + shipping or local pick up in Long Island. Thanks!!
  18. Announcing the 12th Annual Berkeley Striper Club Spring Catch & Release Striped Bass Tournament. This will be our second year in a Catch and Release format for this tournament and the 6th event that the BSC has run as a C&R tournament, dating back to 2011. We are excited to be holding this event again to support our club’s Fisheries Defense Fund. All of the profits generated through this C&R tournament go towards the BSC’s Fisheries Defense Fund which is designed to fund efforts that focus on effective management of striped bass, help provide a clean and productive habitat, and to protect important forage fish in the goal of enhancing our recreational fisheries. This past year we have made significant donations to Stripers Forever, The Coastal Conservation Association of Maryland, the Jersey Coast Anglers Association, Save Barnegat Bay and Monmouth University’s “Stripers for the Future” research, a study funded 100% by the BSC to assess the physiology of air exposed striped bass and develop recommendations of maximum time out of water for released fish. All told, we have donated over $38,000 in the past 11 years to organizations dedicated to the preservation of striped bass. Tournament dates run from May 29, 2015 to June 6, 2015. The awards ceremony will be June 7th at the Seaside Park Municipal Court Room starting at 2:00 and running to approximately 3:30. As we did last year, we will have two categories, one for surf, and one for boat. These are essentially run as two separate tournaments, so the surf caught fish are and boat caught fish are not competing against each other. As with last year, we will also have a grand prize that will be awarded by random drawing. You will not even have to enter a fish to win the grand prize. This year is a CTS 11’ Vapor Trail rod and Van Staal 200 X-Series reel, and a Pelican 45 quart cooler. We also have prizes for the surf and boat categories, generously donated from our sponsors such as Pelican, Tica, Stormr, Penn, Rh Custom Rods, Minn Kota, Grumpy’s Bait & Tackle, FiberStar, Superstrike Lures, Fisherman’s Supply, Daiwa, Kast, The Reel Seat, Tsunami, and many others. prize lists for both categories are below At the awards ceremony on Sunday, June 7th, we will be giving away over $10,000 in prizes. New this year, ONLINE REGISTRATION! No need to mail checks, show up at a weigh station to sign up, or chase down a tournament committee member anymore, though those will still be options to sign up if you so choose. To sign up online, you will need a PayPal account. Go to the link in our poster above. From that page click the “BSC C&R Spring Tournament” link and then follow the instructions on that page. Please make sure you read the tournament rules carefully, as they include instructions on how to submit a fish for the tournament. Thanks again for everyone's continued support. (Note to board admins, TimS gave his blessing for this post. Thanks Tim)