Echo Micro Practice Rod

Echo Micro Practice Rod
Echo Micro Practice Rod
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Micro Practice Rod by Echo
All anglers know that practice is key to mastering a perfect presentation, yet most can't get to the water as consistently as they'd like. The Echo Micro Practice Rod enables you to work on your cast from the comfort of your garage or yard. Two adapters are available to help you turn it into a spey or double haul system, so you can dial in your favorite style of casting.

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SKU: EHO0013
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