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Lamiglas Introduces Skeet Reese Rods and Others for 2004!

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Woodland, WA USA. Lamiglas has expanded and improved its already broad and extensive line up of Bass rods for the 2004 fishing season. Skeet Reese Series The biggest news of course is the all-new "Skeet Reese" Signature rods designed for the latest tournament winning techniques. Included are a signature "yellow" glass crankin' rod (the rod Reese won the BASS Harris Chain Tournament with), a 7' 3 power spinning model and two casting models designed for Senko's, topwaters, worms and spinnerbaits. Skeet is a 4-time qualifier for the prestigious BASSMasters Classic and lifetime user and advocate of Lamiglas rods.

Certified Pro The Certified Pro series gets a major facelift and features lighter and faster actions: an all-new hand polished blank with a new Fuji blank exposed trigger reel seat along with the Certified Pro signature mahogany brown colored wraps. Two new casting models designed for fishing "Tournament Frogs" and Senko styled baits have been added in 7'2" lengths. In spinning, a 6'6" and 7' Drop Shot/ finesse rods as well as 4 new Graphite Tennessee handled models designed for Bass anglers who prefer to tape reels at any point on the handle to improve balance and sensitivity - a popular trend in the south.

Competitor Last years incredibly successful Competitor series has 2 new 5'6" models developed for the renewed interest in pistol grip spinnerbait and worm rods and an all-new 5 power telescopic lighter tipped flippin' stick. Metallic bronze finishes, soft touch handles, Fuji guides, Lifetime Limited Warranties and priced at under $100 make these the best value in a professional styled tournament bass rod series.

G200 Last but certainly not least, Lamiglas has added a good looking, high performance finesse/ Drop Shot model MBS662 to the G200 line of fresh-water rods. High gloss deep blue blanks and high quality components make this a great buy for the angler wanting to try out this new technique for catching bass without a huge investment…retails for under $60 and is an excellent value.


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