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Wright & McGill Skeet Reese Micro Honeycomb Spinning Rod, 6'10", Light

Item # 437165
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Key Features

  • 3-layer carbon construction over a graphite core

  • Engineered for sensitivity, feel, and accuracy

  • Marked weight advantage over other graphite rods

  • Split-handle design for weight reduction


Our Price   $119.99

Availability: In Stock

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Product Description
wright_and_mcgill Extremely lightweight and sensitive, the Skeet Reese Micro Honeycomb rod delivers unparalleled performance without sacrificing rod strength and durability. Three separate layers of 100% high-modulus carbon are wrapped around a high-density graphite core, reinforced by woven fibers, and bound together by resin. Blanks and micro guides are engineered to work together to increase sensitivity, feel, and casting accuracy with a substantial weight advantage over normal graphite rods. Advanced Guide Placement ensures superior casting performance. Large fighting butt delivers optimum performance and durability. One-piece with split-handle design for weight reduction.

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Specifications
Model # WMESRMTJ610S1
Length 6'10"
Number of Pieces 1
Power Light
Action Fast
Line Weight 6 - 8 lbs.
Lure Weight 1/8 - 3/4 oz.
Blank Construction Micro Honeycomb
Handle Type Split
Guides Micro
Recommended Technique Finesse Tube Jig

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Wright and McGillWright McGill Skeet Reese Micro Honeycomb Spinning Rod, 610", Light
 
3.0

(based on 3 reviews)

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  • Sensitive (3)

Cons

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Best Uses

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    • Was this a gift?:
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4.0

fun rod

By slab hunter

from Il

About Me Avid Fisher

Pros

  • Accurate Casting
  • Durable
  • Flexible
  • Good Tip Action
  • Lightweight
  • Sensitive

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Large Fish
    • Small Fish

    Comments about Wright and McGill Wright McGill Skeet Reese Micro Honeycomb Spinning Rod, 610", Light:

    this is not a bass rod, I bought it for giant crappie's, it casts small jigs a mile and has a nice soft tip for those big slabs!!!
    It can handle a bass if needed but much more of a finesse rod if you ask me!

    • Was this a gift?:
    • No

    (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

     
    3.0

    Sensitive, Prone to wind knots

    By Lov2fsh

    from Nebraska Panhandle

    About Me Avid Fisher

    Verified Reviewer

    Pros

    • Good Tip Action
    • Sensitive

    Cons

    • Wind knots are a problem

    Best Uses

    • Large Fish
    • Small Fish

    Comments about Wright and McGill Wright McGill Skeet Reese Micro Honeycomb Spinning Rod, 610", Light:

    I use this rod to pitch small jigs (1/16, 1/8 oz.) into standing timber for walleye. Works well for this but when casting same jigs I tend to get a lot of wind knots. More of a problem with stiffer line and braid, limp mono like Trilene XL works best.

    • Was this a gift?:
    • No
     
    2.0

    Nice for the first few months

    By Bass

    from North Carolina

    About Me Avid Fisher

    Pros

    • Flexible
    • Lightweight
    • Sensitive

    Cons

    • Breaks Easily
    • Poor Construction

    Best Uses

      Comments about Wright and McGill Wright McGill Skeet Reese Micro Honeycomb Spinning Rod, 610", Light:

      Was great until the tip got two chips in it and destroyed my $20 braided line.

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