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Wright & McGill Blair Wiggins S-Curve Inshore Series Casting Travel Rod, 7'6"

Item # 707336
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Key Features

  • Medium power

  • S-Curve technology reinforces and binds layers

  • Three strong, dependable pieces

  • Split-handle design

  • Includes custom travel case


Our Price   $129.99

Availability: In Stock

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Product Description
wright_and_mcgill The Wright & McGill Blair Wiggins S-Curve Inshore Series Casting Travel Rod utilizes its medium power and state-of-the-art technology to bring in those big fish. S-Curve technology features carbon nanotube resins that reinforce and bind layers together for added strength. Constructed out of three strong, dependable pieces for convenient travel and storage. Features a split-handle design for weight reduction and balance. The S-Curve Inshore Travel Rod includes a custom travel case for easy carrying. Designed in blue color.
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Specifications
Model # WMEBWIST76C3
Length 7'6"
Number of Pieces 3
Power Medium
Action Moderate Fast
Line Weight 8 - 20 lbs.
Lure Weight 1/4 - 1 oz.

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