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Wright & McGill Skeet Reese Signature Series Tessera S-Curve Baitcast Rod
T-Glass with high-density graphite
Zirconium oxide guides
Revolutionary molded rubber handles
Endorsed by Skeet Reese
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Designed closely with 2009 Bassmaster Classic Champion, Skeet Reese, Wright & McGill Skeet Tessera series rods feature a unique build process designed to create thinner blanks with increased durability and performance. Construction combines T-Glass with high-density graphite to form the core of the blank. Carbon yarn, PBO fiber, and glass fiber are then woven into a combination of T-Glass and high density graphite to produce a rod that is extremely strong and has increased compression resistance. The blank is then wrapped with carbon tape and high density graphite to eliminate cracking and increase breaking strength. The end result is a rod series that is ultra-sensitive, extremely lightweight and designed to be stronger than traditional graphite rods.
Features Skeet Reese's signature black and yellow coloring and premium components, including zirconium oxide guides which help reduce the rod's weight and improve casting distance. Split-grip handle design assists with weight reduction and combined with the large fighting butt delivers excellent balance and leverage. Revolutionary molded rubber handles furnish anglers with incredible feel and a comfortable grip for long days on the water. Endorsed by one of the most successful bass anglers on tour.