Echo Bad Ass Glass Quickshot

Echo Bad Ass Glass Quickshot
Echo Bad Ass Glass Quickshot
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Bad Ass Glass Quickshot by Echo
Fiberglass used to mean slower action, but the Echo Bad Ass Glass Quickshot has evolved past that idea. Its fast action keeps things snappy as it turns over streamers or catapults air-resistant dries through the wind over the sea. This fiberglass rod does take a little longer to load, making it a little easier to get control of your loops. The aluminum reel seat withstands exposure to saltwater and doesn't require maintenance, while the full-wells grip and fighting butt give you the leverage you need for a big fight.

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