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Echo Echo Gecko 4-Piece Outfit

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    • 4/5 Weight/Handle A, 7ft9in
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    Echo Gecko 4-Piece Outfit

    Echo helps aspirants feel more determined to learn the art of fly-fishing with its Echo Gecko 4-Piece Outfit. Those cartoon-covered plastic rods at the grocery store don’t hold kids' interest for long, but this four-piece rod outfit looks just as professional as an adult model thanks to its hard chrome snake guides and proportioned design.

    At 7ft 9in and rated four/five weight, the colorful Echo Gecko naturally fits into kid-sized hands and remains easy to hold with its extra small EVA handle. Convenient alignment dots make assembly quick and easy, and the Fuji-style fast tighten reel seat helps them learn how to fish the right way. This rod outfit also features a rod sock and tough rod tube, as well as a slightly longer butt section that allows your high-spirited novice to hack away at the water, which of course could eventually turn into the perfect cast. Only time will tell.

    • Four-piece travel design
    • Alignment dots for quick assembly
    • Extra small EVA handle
    • Two-inch EVA fighting butt
    • Fuji-style fast tighten reel seat
    • Hard chrome snake guides
    • Rod sock and tough rod tube
    • Item #EHO000D

    Rod Length
    7 ft 9 in
    Rod Weight
    4/5
    Reel Seats
    Fuji-style fast tighten
    Rod Pieces
    4
    Handle Size
    extra small
    Recommended Use
    fly-fishing
    Manufacturer Warranty
    lifetime

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    >Rating: 4

    Great starting rod

    Familiarity:
    I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share

    I gave this as a gift for my niece and nephew, they love it. It's the perfect size to start with and the action is surprisingly good.

    >Rating:

    What age have people been able to get their kids fly fishing?

    My kiddo is almost 2, it's too early still. Any other perspectives?