Offering technique-specific performance dialed in for Quantum’s pro staff’s favorite applications, the Quantum Tour Tactical Casting Rods are the rods the Quantum pros use to dominate the Bassmaster Elite Series Tour. The rod series also features a new modernistic look and cool cosmetics in addition to their advanced features. The lightweight and strong HSX54 high strain graphite blanks furnish excellent sensitivity and power, and premium PacBay T-minima guides further reduce weight, while adding to the durability of each rod. Fuji ECS reel seats were also added to provide the greatest amount of comfort possible for anglers that spend long days on the water, like the Quantum pro’s, and soft touch EVA split grip handles only add to each rod's ergonomic, balanced feel. Available in a range of models designed by Quantum’s top pros, the Quantum Tour Tactical Casting Rods deliver advanced performance and styling.
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Comments: Bought the 6'8" medium for jerkbaits. Love the feel of the rod and the action. Handles lightly hooked fish great. The minima guides are great for cold weather as micro guides ice up quickly.
From: Mike: Erwin, NC 12/5/14
Comments: I bought the 6' 9" MH EF on sale for chucking blades. I wanted a little longer rod than the 6' 6" I was using, & 7' is too hard to be accuate with for me... I am completely satisfied that this rod hits the nail on head. Others I've tried didn't have enough backbone, others had too much... Or the action was too slow to get the spinnerbait around & on target consistently. I am not a Quantum fan per se, but this is the spinnerbait rod I've been hunting for a good while... It weighs 4.5 oz, not especially light for a 6' 9" by today's standards, but doesn't feel heavy at all in hand. It throws light 5/16's great, and perfect for 1/2 oz too - just the range I was looking for.
From: Mark: Gardner, KS 10/19/14
Comments: Bought 2 Biffle 6`10 heavy rods. First impression was look great, feel great, and perfect action. I`m a huge Quantum fan and only use that brand of rods and reels. I used both rods in a tournment and realized that the butt of the rods are not glued properly nor are attached properly. A little dispointing. I returned them thinking bad 2 rods. Recieved 2 new rods same issue. Peeled both off carefully and glued them myself properly. Great rods but dont get that design flaw.
From: Sean: Canada
Comments: Rojas frog rod is the best frog rod I ever used with bronzeyes. Set up exo 200 with 50lb sunline braid is my go to frog combo.
From: Jeff Jr: TN
Comments: Just got the 7'11" Hack Attack. Used it a few times, very light, sensitive, and plenty of backbone even though it has a moderate action. Would recommend this to anyone that loves flipping and pitching into the nasty stuff.
From: William: Long Beach CA USA
Comments: Sick!! So Light, The minima guides are way better than Micros. Im gonna work on switching all my rods over to these bad boys before the season starts!
From: Michael: Endicott, NY