Lamiglas Certified Pro Graphite spinning rods feature thin diameter blanks that boast fast actions and lots of backbone for setting the hook and subduing big fish. Each rod is built with high modulus graphite and incorporates the Fuji Concept Guide system for more sensitivity, more accuracy, and reduced line twist. Moreover, these rods are built with specific applications in mind and will perfectly complement the style and method of fishing you engage in. We feel some of these actions are among the best in their class and will give you years of pleasurable fishing. Lamiglas has been building rods right here in the United States for over 50 years and still going strong, and their reputation and warranty prove it.

*All items that list in stock 10 Days are non-stock items. Once an order is placed for a non-stock item Tackle Warehouse will have the product in 10 days dependent upon availability from the manufacturer.

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Rod handle lengths are measured from the butt of the rod to the top of the foregrip. [ View Diagram ]

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Customer Reviews

Comments: This graphite is some of the best in the business. I use this primarily for dropshots and have caught hundreds of fish on it. The backbone is surprisingly good for a rod of this power and weight. I recently bought the Certified Pro in a heavy casting model that I cannot wait to use next year. No bells or whistles on these rods. Just extremely sensitive graphite paired with Fuji components. Only downside to buying this particular  rod was that it made all of my other $100-$150 rods seem very inadequate. I have a feeling that it is the same way people feel after buying their first G. Loomis rod (I have never fished G. Loomis so I cannot compare this rod to such).

From: Nick: Richland, WA

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