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TST 734C FH-Black Spec

$199.99

(3 customer reviews)
Length

7'3"

Handle

Cork-Full

Line Weight

10-20 lb

Lure Weight

1/4-1 oz

Action

Heavy Fast

Applications

Spinnerbaits, Buzzbaits, Senkos, Horny Toads, Jigs, Small Swimbaits

3 reviews for TST 734C FH-Black Spec

  1. Dan Corcoran (verified owner)

    Got my TST 734C FH-Black Spec this weekend, and I was able to take it out on the water for what was likely my last trip of the year (water temps in the low 50s). I really like how the handle material feels. To me it almost feels “tacky” where it has an added grippy-ness to it where other cork handles don’t have that added feel to it. With the air temps in the high 40s, I felt like I had a better handle and feel on with this new cork compared to my other rods. Assuming all of these test corks are the same material, however, I would prefer the look of the Mossy Swirl. From a functionality and feel standpoint, I think it’s an easy 5 star since it blows my other rods out of the water. Thank you for offering the product testing!

  2. Ron Jablonske (verified owner)

    Got potentially one last 60 degree day, lucky for me the day before my Test 734C FH had arrived so I got to throw it a ton. I really liked the feel of the cork, I felt like it had a little more grit to keep it in my hands. It was perfect temp, so I can’t speak to when it’s hot or cold, but the feel was great. It is a slight bit softer to the touch than my normal 734, but no drawbacks. I like the swirl look of the cork actually. It’s not as “sophisticated” and clean looking as traditional, and I actually thought that was perfect. Once I throw it a few more times I can add more. For now, super glad I made the purchase both the rod and cork are things I approve of.

  3. Mark Aegerter (verified owner)

    I purchased the TST 734 FH Black Spec. This is my second 734 Champion blank, so I knew that quality I was getting. I use the first for topwater, Sammy’s, and I am using this one for 3/8-3/4 oz spinnerbaits. I was lucky enough to get it out twice before this unusual cold snap. Traditionalists might not like the new test cork visually, but I found no quality issues at all, at least these first two outings. I do wear Simm’s fingerless gloves for the sun protection, and they have that rubber sticky feel to the palm, so my skin is not really in contact with the handle, but I agree with the previous review, when handling the new with my bare hand when it arrived, it does have a slightly tackier feel to it. Only time will tell if it holds up, but knowing Gary, it most certainly will and if not, he will come up with a solution.
    Best rods ever.

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