Echo Pin Float Rod

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$349.99
Item No.: 118204

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PIN130SKU: 118204
Length
13' 0"
Reel Seat
Fixed
Pieces
4
Action
Med. Plus
Line Weight
8 - 12 lbs.
Foregrip
4.5 in.
Rear Grip
12.75 in.
STOCK: 3
$349.99
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Product Details

Product Details

The Echo Pin Float Rod combines length and balance with power and finesse to create one of the best float rods on the market. This rod has the length to allow for a 100+ yard drag free drift. The medium action and soft tip provides ample power to handle big fish, even in swift current while still being able cast a country mile.


The Echo Pin Float Rod features a premium-grade cork handle with composite cork accents and a black anodized fixed reel seat. The blank of the Echo Pin Float Rod is finished in matte green. The guides are black H-Frame ceramic single foot guides with a black ceramic braced tip-top.


  • Four-piece travel design
  • Matte army green
  • Fabric covered rod case and cloth rod sock
  • Black H-frame ceramic single foot guides
  • Premium cork grip with composite inserts
  • Black anodized aluminum reel seat
  • Manufacturer's lifetime warranty

Ratings & Reviews

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Great pin rod

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Excellent centerpin rod. Great action, casting, drifting, and touch. As it is a spey rod at its core, you can also use it to throw a 7 weight spey line. Skagit lines don't work as well as they tend to be fat and the end-loop has more trouble passing through the small tip.

Mine did not have Alignment dots for quick assembly

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Love the Shimano Clarus Centerpin 13' Rod, but wanted a sight upgrade. Thought the fixed reel seat and "Alignment dots for quick assembly" would be nice, but mine is lacking. One them on my fly rods. Landed a 28.5" steelhead on 6# Seaguar STS Trout/Steelhead Fluorocarbon Leader Material without a problem.

Great rod

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Awesome rod a bit expensive but quality is there.. good for bigger fish and long drifts matched up with p-line hydrofloat is deadly