Shakespeare® Tidewater® Casting Rod
Shakespeare® Tidewater® rods are perfect for a variety of saltwater species and fishing techniques. America Goes Fishing With Shakespeare®!
- Durable solid glass blank on stand up models and tubular glass on surf and boat rods
- Graphite reel seats with cushioned stainless steel hoods
- Anodized aluminum Stuart® roller guides and tip tops with stainless steel rollers on some models
Shakespeare® Tidewater® Casting Rod
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MODEL # TWBT2040C66$29.99View model specifications
MODEL # TWBT2040C70$29.99View model specifications
MODEL # TWSUAR5013056$99.99View model specifications
MODEL # TWSURR5013056$89.99View model specifications
MODEL # TWSUNR308060$59.99View model specifications
MODEL # TWSURR308060$89.99View model specifications
MODEL # TWSURR204066$69.99 $59.49View model specifications
MODEL # TWSURR408066$69.99View model specifications
Shakespeare Tidewater Casting Rod is rated out of 5 by 17.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Bigfishhunter from Very sturdy stand up rod for the money I bought the TWSUAR50-130 5"6 I am very happy with my purchase it is extremely sturdy! I have it paired with a penn senator 9/0 with 600yards of 80lb power pro and 500yards of 50lb mono. This is going to be my beach fishing shark set up! Great product!!
Date published: 2015-07-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by Grover from Very well made Bought a fighting rod with the roller bearings. Works great. I use it to king macral fish from a peir in sc. With a TLD25 on it I think I could land a good size fish. I like the Shakespeare tidewater product. Great product fiar price
Date published: 2013-09-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by jldean23 from Good Flathead rod!!!!! I use the 7 foot boat road for big flathead catfish has very very good backbone and stainless steel eyelets which is perfect for flats and for the price they are perfect...
Date published: 2013-12-20
Rated 2 out of 5 by FlatheadBill from Nice Rod. Tip top fell off first time out! I bought this rod (TWBT2040C70) for flathead fishing on the St. Joe river in Michigan. First time out I hooked one and noticed the tip top was turned 180 degrees. Needless to say it fell off, line broke and lost the fish. Quality looks very good. I was shocked that something like that happened. Since I bought it online (they don't sell saltwater gear in Michigan, salt free, shark free) I had no way of checking it out completely before I bought it. To bad I had high hopes for this.
Date published: 2014-10-01
Rated 2 out of 5 by bcoasty from worked great I bought this rod reel combo in Oregon for salmon fishing did great landed a 42 lber and 6 or 7 others was so happy stored it for a few months broke it back out to go sea bass fishing the first fish of the day the handle snapped off I was able to get the fish into the boat about 5 lbs and as I was netting it the top broke off two eyelets down. Not a well made pole the walls are very thin maybe this was just a bad one my ugly stick works great but I will never buy this model again
Date published: 2015-05-27
Rated 4 out of 5 by John707 from Nice rod especially for the price Just got this a couple weeks ago and have got to take it out a couple times. Works great for shore fishing. I haven't gotten the chance to reel in something huge but it's been taking out surf perch with ease. Great rod for the price sensitive and can cast quite a distance, I got the 12ft model
Date published: 2016-10-12
Rated 4 out of 5 by Flounder from Well built. As usual for Shakespeare, this is a quality product. The action is rated "medium", I would call it "medium heavy". I was really wanting a more limber surf rod.
Date published: 2014-04-18
Rated 1 out of 5 by EJS1231 from Normally Like these rods I had one of these rods and liked it enough to buy 3 more. I have only had it out 3 times in the past 3 months. Yesterday, when just pulling some line out to tie on a lure, the tip broke about 2" from the top and i wasn't even putting that much pressure on it. Glad this didn't happen when I had Mahi or tuna on. Will need to find another affordable rod like this. Disappointed to say the least.
Date published: 2019-03-28