Temple Fork Outfitters Trout & Panfish Spinning Rod
The Temple Fork Outfitters Trout & Panfish Spinning Rod is an ultra light rod that is sure to enhance your experience while you're wrangling in trout or panfish. Weighing less than five ounces, this rod is durable and extremely responsive. This rod can be fished in a variety of ways, such as flipping jigs, casting floats, or simply using a bobber.
- Stainless steel guides
- Cutting-edge, weight saving reel seat
- Premium cork handle
- Kid-friendly rods
- Manufacturer's lifetime no-fault warranty
Ratings & Reviews
by Sith T -
I bought the single piece 6' UL rod. I've caught more than my share of crappies since I got this rod. I love it more than my fenwick panfish rod. Match this with a good reel and drag system and you have a winner. Love this rod! I'm buying another one.
More than I expected.
by Kypiscator -
I bought this UL rod to fish for trout primarily. I normally use G Loomis and St. Croix Premier, but I thought this TFO UL might just pair up well with my Quantum Smoke 10. It balanced out perfectly with the reel, and, in addition, will work with any UL spinning reel.
Awesome Trout Rod!
by Chubby -
This Rod is Awesome, Period, Get one!
by Fisherman88 -
Lost my 6'6 UL TFO panfish rod in the water. Bought the 6'6 UL Daiwa Presso afterward to try. The TFO rod is definitely better.
Good Trout Rod
I bought the 6' 6" 2-pc model for fishing trout streams in the Rockies. It feels much like my St. Croix's Trout Series--light, fast, sensitive and well-made, with good loading and a backbone that's missing on many ULs. The TFO rod also carries a superior warranty, is manufactured in the U.S.A., and has a significantly smaller price tag.
<br>If you like an ultralight that doesn't feel noodly, you might take a shine to this rod.
Great rod at a great price......
I purchased two light action rods as soon as they came out. Was so impressed that I now have three light and four ultra lite TFO rods. I purchased because Gary Loomis designed them and I have enjoyed his products for years.
by Rick W
Use for bass, white bass and Crappie. Light enough to throw 1/16oz jig and strong enough back-bone to bring in the fish. Tip is light, strong and sensitive but not floppy. I also own 9 St Croix rods, and this is no slouch.