Echo River Glass Fly Rod

Echo River Glass Fly Rod
Echo River Glass Fly Rod
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River Glass Fly Rod by Echo
Echo's River Glass Fly Rod is the most delicate, slowest-action rod in their collection. Its medium-fast action feels even more forgiving due to its S-glass material, and gently places flies even over longer casts without disrupting the fish. Chrome snake guides ensure you can move line without fighting friction, enabling longer casts with less power. Hand-built, this rod is a work of art down to the cork reel seat and hand-mixed paint color.

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SKU: EHO000Z
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