Lamiglas Pro X Bass Casting Rod - $179.99 to $199.99
Proudly handcrafted in the USA - the Lamiglas Pro X Bass Casting Rods put the performance the pro’s demand in the hands of more anglers. They feature extremely small diameter, super sensitive blanks that give the old standby techniques a serious edge, while allowing the newest hypersensitive rigs and tackle to perform as designed. The deep pressed guides with zirconia inserts are as tough as they come, and top quality cork split grips and new Fuji Exposed blank ACS trigger reel seats let you feel every quiver of your bait. Available in a range of lengths and actions for a variety of bass fishing applications, the Lamiglas Pro X Bass Casting Rods deliver the performance anglers remember from the Lamiglas rods of old - now with the latest in components and technology. Lamiglas - Fish with Confidence.
Backed by a Limited Lifetime Warranty
Comments: Recieved my Pro X 735C & 705C today. Very pleased with initial impression. Action is spot on & balance nicely with curado.
From: Larry: Louisville, KY
Comments: I own two of the new Pro X rods from Lamiglas (XP702S and XP764C) and this series will simply astonish you when it comes to detail, craftsmanship and sensitivity. From the minor visual cues to the components such as the blank, guides and reel seat, Lamiglas has created a knockout. Take one of the lightest rods you've ever held, and combine it with top quality materials. Nothing cheap here. When you pick up a Pro X rod for the first time, you'll understand the energy behind this review. Take all six rod manufacturers that I own and condense it down to one - Lamiglas. 2013 is going to be a big year for bass anglers who want top notch rods built right here in the USA. The Pro X will deliver on it's promise - Fish With Confidence.
From: Daniel: Spokane, WA
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Rod Handle Length:
Tackle Warehouse measures its rod handle lengths from the butt of the rod to the top of the foregrip. [ Diagram ]