Lamiglas Infinity Salmon & Steelhead Spinning Rod

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$289.99
SKU: F13130

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Lamiglas Infinity Salmon & Steelhead Spinning Rods have no limit as to what they can achieve! New construction techniques have allowed these rods to be built with the highest end components and blanks while keeping overall costs affordable. These rods are perfect for floating jigs, twitching jigs, bobber-dogging, drift fishing, back-bouncing and tossing spinners. They are also quite versatile, with the ability to effectively handle a wide variety of techniques. Complete with polished blank finishes and bold highlights, these rods are sure to turn heads! When it all comes down to it, Lamiglas Infinity Salmon & Steelhead Spinning Rods truly have what it takes to last a lifetime!


  • Graphite handles with grip panels
  • Lightweight technique-specific blanks
  • High quality stainless steel guides with Zirconia inserts
  • Manufacturer's limited lifetime warranty

Lamiglas Infinity Salmon & Steelhead Spinning Rods are made in the U.S.A.


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Fish Infinity Spinning Rod with confidence to land that big one

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I just came back from a very successful 2 week salmon fishing trip. I bought the ISS90MS paired it with the Stratic CI4+ for casting glow spoons off Piers into Lake Michigan. I have 4 different types of poles from Lamiglas and none have let me down. Previously I used Fenwick, Shimano and Lamiglas X11 rods for catching salmon. But I was extremely happy with the current setup. I had more control, great backbone to fight the fish while absorbing head shakes and sudden runs, and the rod is very lite so I could cast longer. This setup gave me the longest casts I have made and it was effortlessly. My average sized fish this year was 27 - 30 lbs and had all the confidence I needed to land them. I was able to feel some salmon hit the spoons as they were dropping. I bent this rod every which way while fighting these big salmons from the piers and it stood strong.