Lamiglas Pro X Bass Spinning Rods - $179.99
Putting the performance the pro’s demand in the hands of more anglers, the Lamiglas Pro X Bass Spinning Rods feature extremely small diameter, super sensitive blanks. These advanced blanks 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 range of bass fishing applications, the Lamiglas Pro X Bass Spinning Rods deliver the performance anglers remember from the Lamiglas Rods of old - now with the latest in components and technology. Lamiglas - Fish with Confidence.
Proudly handcrafted in the USA
Backed by a Limited Lifetime Warranty
Comments: The most sensitive dropshot rod I've purchased, hands down. Split grip is nice, hook keeper is strong and the rod handles the technique perfectly. I use the 7' Light model with 20lb braided main line, 8lb fluorocarbon leader and #2 Owner Mosquito hook. Dynamite!
From: Dan: Spokane, WA 8/25/14
Comments: Got 7' ML as Warranty replacement from Lamiglas for a broken Certified Pro. Was pretty disappointing right out the gate as this is a step down from the rod I had exchanged it for. This rod fishes good but nothing close to the certified pro. Easily hauled in a 5 Lbs rainbow while bass fishing. The tip on mine snapped about my third time using it, Ill admit I was being stupid, retrieving a lure from the bottom. Note that Lamiglas does not cover these rods in their fast track warranty program so dont be stupid like I did. I wont be buying more of these rods, I will be replacing this rod with another Drop Shot Special, which is honestly the best drop shot rod I have ever used.
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