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!

Designed with the help of Bassmaster Elite Series standout, Skeet Reese, the Wright & McGill Skeet Micro Honeycomb Umbrella Rig Rod is loaded with all of the high performance characteristics of the W&M Honeycomb Rod Series, combined with the technique specific features necessary for fishing umbrella rigs. Measuring in at 7’5” - it has the length necessary to launch umbrella rigs long distances. The action is also dialed into allow you to cast with accuracy around various obstacles, while also providing the moderate bend necessary to provide strong hook sets and keep the fish pinned during the fight.

Extremely lightweight and incredibly sensitive, each 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. Premium guides further compliment the blank’s characteristics, while also providing long lasting durability. Don’t waste your time fishing rods not designed for the task, the Wright & McGill Skeet Micro Honeycomb Umbrella Rig Rod has everything you need for making the most out of your time fishing umbrella rigs.

All Wright & McGill rod warranties must go directly through Wright & McGill. For more information please visit www.eagleclaw.com/warranty

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Customer Reviews

Comments: I actually really like the semi parabolic action of the skeet reese rods. I have a 6'3" micro senko rod, 6'4" S curve worm rod, 6'10" S curve spinning rod, 7'11" magnum crank rod & now this Alabama rig that was delivered today. I wouldn't keep buying them if I didn't like them or have had a problem. I love how these load up and keep fish pegged. My favorite is the 6'3" micro rod that I actually use for lipless cranks and small swimbaits. Haven't had a single issue yet on any of them. Literally all of them were less than $49 at various retailers on sale online.

From: Evan: Broken Arrow, OK 12/10/15

Comments: I have had this rod for a while now and it handles the 1oz plus rigs with ease and feels great in your hand!Good price from T.W.It has many other uses as well such as a good flippin creature rod or big swimbait as well.!

From: Michael: Ripley, TN 5/29/14

Comments: Fished this rod with 5 1/2 oz swimbait heads on a few trips. Very comfortable to throw, weighted nicely, nice long split grip butt end to help heave these massive rigs. Bought a couple more Wright and McGill rods after being quite happy with this one.

From: John: IL

Comments: I fished the Big Bass Splash and my rod broke in half when I rared back and chunked my A-rig.  I thought the fast action tip was a little strange and sure enough that's where it broke, about 12 inches from the tip.

From: Daniel: Guntersville, AL

Comments: Super rod, from the sexiest man in fishing

From: Joe: Clemson, SC

Comments: This product is very good

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