Lamiglas Pro XP Bass Spinning Rod
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Lamiglas Pro XP Bass Spinning Rod Models
Lamiglas Pro XP Bass Spinning Rods have small diameter graphite blanks and premium components. These rods feature exposed reel seats so you can feel every single bite and nibble. Pro XP rods can be used for a range of bass techniques, including flipping jigs, casting spinnerbaits, fishing plastics, and more.
- Deep-pressed guides with zirconia inserts
- Top-quality cork split grips
- Fuji exposed blank reel seat
- Laser-etched butt
Ratings & Reviews
Can't got wrong w/ this rod, especially at this price
by Milton Reynolds
I have yet to fish with this rod, but bought it to compliment two other similar Lamiglas rods. I was pleasantly surprised to note that this rod had a faster/stiffer tip, so it should be even better for tossing flukes, small crank baits, small jigs, shake heads and the like. A great value at this price point. Like all my other Lamiglas rods, this one seems built to last and should provide years of reliable service.
You won't be disappointed...
by Milton Reynolds
I have yet to fish with the rod, but appreciate the quality construction. I own a number of Lamiglas rods, but though I might upgrade my quiver or bass sticks. I like to fast time and can see this as a great rod for throwing flukes, Texas ridges worms, shaking and like techniques. I do have some Pro XP casting rods and have enjoyed fishing with them. They are sensitive, strong and quite a bit lighter than my quiver of Certified Pro sticks I've always used for tournament fishing. At this price point you can't really go wrong, after all, it is a Lamiglas!
Solid rod, casts great, shines brightly after hook-set!
by cow63 -
A solid rod from Lamiglas, excels at casting, a strong rod and a joy to reel in nice sized fish with. Reasonably priced and of course it's a lamiglas so time will tell how indestructible it is. I expect it to last a long time. I did, however, find it to be a bit too tip heavy. Depending on technique or use it could pose a problem and the reels seat kind of restricts where you can locate your hand to "balance" it better. Overall a really nice rod with the backbone to reel in big bass!