Pro Spotlight: Anthony Gagliardi

Anthony Gagliardi

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Name: Anthony Gagliardi
Age: 36
Hometown: Prosperity, South Carolina
Tour: FLW Tour
Years Pro: 15
Career Earnings: $1.06 Million
Current World Rank: 81
Favorite Lake: Lake Champlain
Favorite Technique: Sight Fishing
Boat: Ranger
Motor: Evinrude
Tow Vehicle: Chevrolet Tahoe
Fishing Sponsors: Cashion Rods, Lucky Craft, Humminbird, Minn Kota, Buckeye Lures, Tabu Tackle, & Lake Fork Tackle
Non-Fishing Sponsors: Chevy

Anthony Gagliardi's Gear

Rods

  • Cashion Rods took a scientific approach in designing the Cashion 10XD Crankbait Rod to provide all the attributes you need to fish big, deep diving crankbaits like the 10XD.

  • Delivering precision, technique-specific performance for fishing Umbrella-rigs, the Cashion Umbrella Rig Casting Rod has what it takes to tackle one of the hottest crazes in bass fishing.

  • Scientifically designed and loaded with advanced features, the Cashion Topwater and Jerkbait Casting Rods will take your topwater and jerkbait fishing to the next level.

  • Constructed from all carbon fiber with the ideal tapers and powers for fishing crankbaits, the Cashion Crankbait Casting Rods help you know exactly what your plug is bouncing off of and capitalize on strikes.

  • If you love to flip and pitch big lures to thick cover, the Cashion Flipping Rods offer the sensitivity, power and balance you are looking for in a quality flipping stick.

  • Designed specifically for tossing hollow bodied frogs and hauling huge bass out of the slop, the Cashion Frog Casting Rods deliver all the performance and advanced engineering anglers have come to love from Cashion Rods.

  • Loaded with advanced features and technology, including Fuji Micro Guides and Carbon Fiber Grips, the Cashion Casting Rods are made in the USA for anglers looking for a competitive edge on the water.

  • Delivering the technologically advanced performance you need for light lines and big fish, the Cashion Spinning Rods are built light and tough to meet the demands of serious anglers.

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