Echo EPR Fly Rod

Echo EPR Fly Rod
Echo EPR Fly Rod
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EPR Fly Rod by Echo
Power. The Echo EPR Fly Rod is about power. From its ultra-fast action to its powerful base, this rod gets your fly moving over the water, even in blustery conditions. Its high modulus graphite body won't weigh you down when packed in its included case, but is strong enough to stand up to feisty fish on your line. A full-wells handle with a fighting butt gives you the leverage you need to take on large fighters, and the grip to dexterously place your fly. This rod is ready for freshwater or saltwater, with an aluminum reel seat that won't corrode.

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SKU: EHO000W
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