Wright & McGill Skeet Reese Micro Honeycomb Trigger Rods
- Specially configured, thin-walled blanks
- Three separate layers of high-modulus graphite
- High-density graphite core
- Reinforced by woven fibers
- Joined by an exclusive, super-lightweight honeycombed resin
- AGP scientifically placed Micro Guides
Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 23 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by hunter4hungry Great Rod For the pice, this rod is hard to beat. It's light weight, and well balanced. Has good backbone with a fast tip. The micro guides are a bonus. September 4, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Tj712 Excellent rod I have always been a falcon guy but this is a great rod for the money. it is light and with my bass pro reel it is very well balanced. might not be long before i get another!! June 27, 2012
Rated 3 out of 5 by TAPa Good Rod Bad, Cust Svc by W&M Very nice rod for the money, nice & lite when coupled with a light reel. Handles light plastics well. Decent backbone. This, unfortunately, is tempered by Wright &McGill's lack of customer support. Supplied with each rod was a "coupon" asking the customer to answer a survey on the TRoKar hook website and they would be sent a free pkg of Trokar hooks to the respondent. Answered it in Feb 2012, still no hooks in late May. Other fishermen in the area have experienced the same. No response to e-mail sent to W&M. May 24, 2012
Rated 2 out of 5 by GRANDPAMEL I'm Not a Fan of These If I were looking for a promotional quality rod I would probably go with a Berkley Lightning Rod for less money. This rod is a bit on the heavy side. Plus you are looking at Eagle Claw type quality. January 16, 2012
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Details:I have had this rod bout a year and half caught many 2-4 LB bass on weightless flukes 14lb mono works great just what I wanted Do an u think this rod would hold up if I put 50Lb braid and chunked small hollow frogs like the smallest live target frog and i hook a 8-10 pound . it is rated for 10-20 lb line would the rod get him to the boat i can cast the little frog about 125 ft which is why i want to use this rod it is very accurate andI get great distance
Details:I have a gift card and am thinking of buying a Curado with a 7'0 rod. I fish a lot of soft baits, with a crankbait every now n then. Currently work with a Flueger President on a 6'6 M F graphite series Basspro rod.
Looking to get a baitcasting reel and was wondering if you guys think this is a good setup?
A:I have a Abu Garcia Orra SX on mine and it is the lightest como i have!
A:If it is made in a country other than the USA, the law requires it to be marked even if it is just a sticker so if the paperwork doesn't say mdae in some other country and the rod doesn't then I would say made in USA
A:Very tough to say. I have 2 of them sitting right here and there is nothing on them that says "Made In...." The company is HQ in Colorado, but if I had to guess that since there is zero mention on the rod or booklet about being made in the USA that they are not. They'd be crazy to not market that if they were. In my opinion anyway.
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