Lamiglas Redline HS CenterSpin Float Rod
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The Lamiglas Redline HS CenterSpin Float Rod is the first of its kind with the ability to use either a centerpin reel or a spinning reel. For the ultimate in versatility, this float rod is outfitted with rubber sliding rings to fit any reel seat size and place it in any reel position. The graphite blank is extremely lightweight but tough enough to handle steelhead and salmon. With an efficient tip to mend your lines smoothly, you are able to accurately place your floats exactly where you want them! If you're an angler who enjoys float fishing for steelhead or salmon, you will love the intricate line control of the Lamiglas Redline HS CenterSpin.
- Graphite black gloss blank
- Rubber Sliding Rings for choosing any reel position, fitting any reel seat size
- Rubberized Aluminum Butt Cap for durable protection and balance
- Manufacturer's lifetime limited warranty
Ratings & Reviews
Incredible Customer Service
by Austin Burger
The stars isn’t for Lamiglas, it’s for FishUSA and their incredible customer service. One week after ordering the 12’ 6-15lb centerspin it broke first time out. I called fishusa and a brand new rod was sent 2 days later no charges at all.
For the product - this was the second issue I’ve had with Lamiglas rods snapping WAY TOO EASILY. I do not recommend Lamiglas products
BEST Rod for the money
This rod is awesome! Absolutely perfect for big steelhead and long floats. But also easy to control for precise cast adjacent to timber or over hanging limbs. Would highly recommend this rod.
Update to my review
by Jaybarren -
Update on rod. Lamiglass took great care of me. They said it snapped due to oversanding on their part and shipped a brand new one. I have used it for the last 3.5 months all over wny and absolutley love the way i can control bigger fish.
It takes a beating!
by Diehard fisherman
I fish the lower Niagara river for salmon and trout and wanted a rod that could handle kings & lakers in fast current so i bought this rod as my 2nd pin rod cause I didnt want to break my croix and let me tell u it didn't disappoint this fall alone I have landed countless lakers 1 being 30+ lbs and kings as well in very fast deep water and it handled it no problem yes it is alittle stiff but it does hav descent action for a med rod so for the review up top i really think u got a bad 1 cause iv put this rod threw a lot and it handled it all and asked for more exactly what I was looking for I dont use it for the streams and tribs but for the lower river it is prefect for salmon and big lakers and it looks great with the okuma DR ll