Wright & McGill Skeet Reese Signature Series Tessera S-Curve Trigger Rods

   

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8'

Heavy

Action:
Fast

Line Weight:
20-40 lbs.

Lure Weight:
1 - 3 oz.

Pieces:
1

Handle Chart Reference:
D

Model:
WMESRMSB80C1

7'11"

X Heavy

Action:
X Fast

Line Weight:
50-80 lbs.

Lure Weight:
1 - 4 oz.

Pieces:
1

Handle Chart Reference:
D

Model:
WMESRPR711C1
  • S-Curve blank construction for superior strength, power, and sensitivity  
  • Split handle design for weight reduction and improved balance
  • Revolutionary molded rubber handles deliver incredible feel and a sure grip
  • Large fighting butt delivers performance and durability
  • Zirconium guides reduce weight and improve casting distance
  • Backed by Wright & McGill's Limited Lifetime Warranty
The Wright & McGill Skeet Reese Signature Series Tessera S-Curve Trigger Rods are constructed using S-Curve technology, a process that combines T-Glass with high-density graphite for the core of the blank. Carbon yarn, PBO fiber, and glass fibers are then woven into a combination of T-Glass and high-density graphite for a super-strong blank with increased compression resistance.    

"Don't think for one moment these rods aren't great because of the price. Because if they weren't, I wouldn't jeopardize my career by using them."
Skeet Reese
2009 Bassmaster Classic® Champion
Rated 4.4 out of 5 by 75 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Good Rod for the Money! I have 5 of these in my boat of various styles. I have found them to be very light and good value for the money spent. I am able to cast a considerable distance using these with the Johnny Morris Carbonlite reels. My only complaint is the eyes seem to be very easily damaged. Wright-McGill wants $30 dollars to replace them...and only if they determine the problem is theirs. However, I have had the eyes replaced locally and they continue to work well. March 19, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by best rod ever used this is the best rod I have ever used. I have 5 of the models. everyone does the job that the handle says it will.if you have the funds in the budget I suggest you sell what you have and go yellow July 7, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Initial Impressions...Positive! When my BPS Tourney Special rod broke in less than a year, I took that opportunity to upgrade to a higher quality rod. I was deciding between two similar rods (The W&M Spinnerbait/Worm and St. Croix Mojo Bass). The Mojo Bass was $10 more and carried a 5 year warranty, and was 6" shorter. After talking to the staff member (who said he owned versions of both), I decided to get this rod, despite some reviews of breakage. It took a few casts to get used to the med-fast action compared to the T/S fast action, but once I got used to it, it's a very good rod. I haven't had it but a week yet, but it's already caught me several 2-3lb bass (they don't grow big here in CO). I was throwing 3/8oz buzzbaits and it had no problem tossing them where I wanted, and I could feel how fast the blade was spinning even on long casts. Hooksets were rock solid. I was wading so I had no need to swing any fish, but I don't doubt it would have held fine. May 28, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great Rod This is probably one of the best rods i own. I have caught fish ranging 1-6 lbs. Even on the bigger fish, the rod still has a great bend and amazing hook setting power. I think everyone should own one of these rods. Good job Skeet Reese. May 15, 2013
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I would go with the 8 footer for punching.it has alittle more backbone

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All these rods were made by a saltwater outfit, so even if there for freshwater they have flex simler to saltwater poles, this means that all flex through the entire rod. Some maybe stiffer but nothing like graffite. So for braid yes, mono only if you like a big bend in your rod to keep the line tight
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i have been using mine to flip and pitch for over a year and have swung in some 5 to 8 pounders with no problems rod has great backbone is a little stiff like most pitching rods but after some time you get it down
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If you are in a lot of grass I would look at one that is a little higher end like the Duckett rod. From my experience the Wright Mcgill is a little light in the tip.
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Yes it is an excellent choice!
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This is a good choice. They do make an 8' Flipping/pitching stick that I like a little better.
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nope,they're all one piece rods
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no its one-piece
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No they are solid one piece rod.
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No, only a one piece rod.
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No , this is a one piece rod
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No they are one piece which is a bit strange for an 8 ft. rod.
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Handle C and D etc... means the length of the handle according to the handle chart shown on the page. Handle C will be shorter than handle D. Just a tip: if you hold the reel with one hand and hold the bottom of the rod with the other, you will make a longer cast.
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The handle styles are pictured under the rod. The f & mf refer to the speed of the tip. fast, med-fast, etc. The faster the tip the more limber and sensitive it will be.
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Its a heavy action, i dont know why wright and mcgill dosent use standard rod powers and actions. I mean the flipping stik and the crankbait rods are totally diffrent rods yet they have the same medium-fast rating.
Its a good rod though, nice heavy action is good for jacking those slounchs with double 2x STRONG FROG HOOKS.
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I prefer heavy cuz you have a little more back bone when you set the hook
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Senkos?

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The "toad" rod listed here is the "senko/toad" rod officially. Is it good for fishing senkos?
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It depends on how you rig the senko, wacky no but texas yes
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I own this rod and just got back from northern mi and fished with yum dingers 5 inch. with the senko/toad rod and did real well.
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It depends on how you are fishing the senko. I would go with the shaky/senko spinning rod if Im fishing clear water or just jigging open water. The toad/senko was built for heavy line and thick cover.
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catfish?

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can i use this rod for catfish
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Yes the toad,senko is good flex for catfish
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wouldn't suggest it not very well made in my oppinion
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yes but u may want to get the crank bait series better for the repeated shock of the fish slamin it
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yes, you can defiantly use this rod for catfish.I actually have used this rod for small channel cat's.I hope i have answered your question.have a wonderful day.
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If you do you might want the swimbait/carolina rig model or the flippin rod.
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Not meant for heavy pound fish. will break easy if not careful. Catfish may be too heavy. I only fish for Bass with it.
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i wouldn't. the only rod i use for cats is ugly stik
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This might be a stupid question, but im lookin for a good all around rod and want to try this, but dont know the difference between the 7' and the 7'2". I will probably use this most for worming and jiging, but accationally spinnerbait. Which should i get?
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I have the 7'0 spinnerbait / worm rods and love them. the sensitivity is outstanding and has a great tip so you can really put some whip on your baits. I've used them for both worms and spinnerbaits and it works well for both.
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I have the C-rig, Worm/Jig, and Top/Jerk models. They all seem to have a similar backbone-to-tip ratio that I would call Medium Heavy. I don't think that they call these rods, M, MH, H, etc., for some reason...not even on the rod itself.

I chose the 7-2 Worm/Jig over the 7' Spinnerbait/Worm simply for the 2 extra inches.
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Go with the 7'2''. I bought the 7' rod and it has a moderate tip. Not really good for worm and jig fishing.
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I would go with the 7'2" rod because it has abetter tip action for jigs and soft plastics. It has enough flex for the occasional spinnerbait but mostly jigs/worms. If you throw a spinnerbait alot I would go with the 7' just for the slower action.
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I would go with the 7 foot spinnerbait/worm rod. I also use mine for Jigs smaller than a half ounce. I use the 7'2" for heavier lures. It is excellent for spinnerbaits. I use a 7:0 to one reel and the rod gives me excellent control when fighting a big fish.
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38-156-476-00 Is a jig/worm rod. If this is your primary lure choice it will serve you well. You shouldn't have a problem throwing spinners with it.
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the toad rod with braid is good
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The worm & jig rod would probably be your best bet. It has a heavy backbone and works well with braided line.
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The skeet reese senko/toad rod is a good choice for all around frog fishing. If there are alot of stumps under the mats I would go with the Swimbait/carolina rod. I use the toad rod 90 percent of the time with 50 pound braid and rarely lose a fish. I use a 7:3 to 1 reel to get the fish out of their fast. That is essential for heavy cover.
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They have a toad rod in this series... I'm sure most people fish frogs/toads in heavy cover, grass mats and such. So they probably designed it for that specific technic. Good luck and great fishing.
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Lifetime on workmanship, I believe.
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