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Echo Echo Glass Fly Rod - 4-Piece


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    • 6 Weight/Handle B, 9ft

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    Slow and smooth.

    The only thing better than hooking into a wild, buttery brown trout is hooking into one with the smooth-flexing Echo Glass Fly Rod. This medium-action fiberglass rod has a moderately slow casting feel that loads deep into the blank, making it the ideal tool for slow and deliberate dry fly presentations. This larger offering of Echo's fiberglass rod comes in sizes ranging from 4- to 6-weights, giving each option the backbone necessary to wrangle those larger trout you'll encounter on medium-sized rivers, streams, and lakes. The Echo Glass Rod is outfitted with a down-locking reel seat, cork handle, and a vintage look that will pair well with that old click-and-pawl reel you've been holding onto all these years.

    • Fiberglass blank
    • Medium action
    • Cork handle
    • Down-locking reel seat
    • Chrome snake guides
    • Ceramic stripper guides
    • Rod tube included
    • Item #EHO000C

    Tech Specs

    [4wt, 5wt] 8 ft 6 in, [6wt] 9 ft
    Rod Weight
    4, 5, 6
    Reel Seats
    down locking
    Recommended Use
    fly fishing
    Manufacturer Warranty

    Tech Specs

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    Love this rod in smaller weights

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I have the 3wt, located at the link below. I am a big fan of it, and if I was in the market for a trout rod for medium or large rivers I would take a hard look at this rod. And the 3 wt at the link below is great for small streams.


    Are the newer longer models (such as the 9ft 6wt) s-glass or e-glass ? Echo's website doesn't show these yet.