Bassmaster Elite Series pro, Brent Chapman used the Wright & McGill Rick Clunn S-Glass Reaction Rods in route to his 2012 Elite Series Angler-of-the-Year Title!
Wright & McGill Co. and top BASS Elite Series pro, Skeet Reese have combined forces again to create the W&M Micro Honeycomb Spinning Rod Series. Extremely lightweight and incredibly sensitive, this high modulus fishing rod delivers unparalleled performance without sacrificing rod strength and durability. Featuring W&M’s advanced Honeycomb blank technology, the rod blank is created through the combination of three separate layers of high-modulus graphite wrapped around a high-density graphite core, reinforced by woven fibers, and then bound together by W&M’s new, industry leading, micro honeycomb resin.
Micro Guides add to the high performance characteristics of the exclusive blank technology, while offering many distinct advantages, including increased casting distance and accuracy, as well as, reduced weight and line management issues. Wright & McGill’s Advanced Guide Placement (AGP) also positions the micro guides precisely along the rod blank, based on its intended use and design, to ensure maximum performance in a specific technique. A split grip handle design with a large fighting butt also helps perfectly balance out each rod, and a proprietary Wright & McGill Reel Seat provides a lightweight, sturdy base for your reel. Delivering Elite Series performance at a price that is more affordable to the everyday angler, the Wright & McGill Skeet Reese Micro Honeycomb Spinning Rod is the same rod Skeet uses to consistently excel at the highest levels of competitive bass fishing.
“I love high performance and these new W&M Micro Honeycomb rods were built to be exactly that - light, sensitive and perfectly balanced. Like other super high end rods as far as weight and sensitivity but these are affordable and they even feature new micro guides for long and accurate casts. If you like the S-Curve series, you’re going to love the new W&M Micro Honeycomb line up.” - Skeet Reese, Bassmaster Classic Champ and BASS AOY.
All Wright & McGill rod warranties must go directly through Wright & McGill. For more information please visit www.eagleclaw.com/warranty
Comments: Got the 7ft Finesse/fluke worm and it snapped setting the hook on its first fish. All I know is that I won't be getting another one.
Comments: I own the the finesse tube/jig spinning rod and primarily use it for drop shotting smallies. Had it for over a year and I have no complaints.
From: Huston: MN
Comments: I have the 6'10" Finesse Tube Jig rod and I have not been pleased!!! The rod itself has ZERO and I mean Zero backbone!!! I haven't had a problem with breakage....but I try to take it easy...i regret not spending $50 more for the Lighter stronger more sensitive Duckett!!! I would not suggest this rod...
Comments: I bought one of these and it snapped the first time it had a load on it. Tackle Warehouse was great about taking care of it. The replacement had two eyes filled closed with the epoxy coating. I was able to pop it out but obviously these rods have ZERO quality control...I won't buy another, nor can I recommend these.
From: Don: Brick, NJ
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Tackle Warehouse measures its rod handle lengths from the butt of the rod to the top of the foregrip. [ Diagram ]