Fenwick HMG Casting Rods - $99.99
In 1973 Fenwick revolutionized the fishing industry with the introduction of the first graphite rods - the HMG Series. Now over 40 years later, Fenwick continues to push the threshold of rod innovation with the introduction of the new HMG Casting Rods - the lightest, strongest HMG’s ever made.
Featuring ultra sensitive Carbon Bound blanks, Fenwick’s spiral wrapped carbon threading process creates unparalleled strength and precise actions. Sculpted TAC and EVA blended handles and soft-touch Fuji reel seats also combine to deliver outstanding control and maximum comfort - all while keeping weight to an absolute minimum. Premium deep-pressed Titanium Guides help eliminate the issue of inserts popping out, and are virtually bullet-proof to stand up to braided line and years of fishing. Fenwick’s rod building experience and cutting-edge technology blend seamless together with the Fenwick HMG Casting Rods to deliver unsurpassed bass fishing performance.
Comments: recently bought the 7' MH for big wormin, jigs, etc. The rods are incredible for the price. Insanely sensitive with 12-15 lb flouro. Great backbone with enough tip to really finesse a jig or worm. Even skips pretty good. Buy this rod
From: Jared: TN 10/8/14
Comments: These are not set the world on fire unique by any standard. They are great work horse rods. I use the 7'2" medium moderate fast for slip bobbers and walleye rigging as they a load up well in those applications. These are good rods for the money, but they do lack anything especially sexy, they just work. Fenwick might want to consider having the pro they have demonstrating these rods have a deck full of them rather than their more expensive cousins on his deck. Telling me how much he likes them would seem more sincere to me if he had more than one, and not a BUNCH, of fancier ones on his deck. I'm just saying...
From: Lou: Cincinnati, OH 8/15/14
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