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Over 90 years later Wright & McGill is still creating high-grade fishing equipment, and the product selection has expanded quite a bit. Today, the Wright & McGill brand includes signature series rods, saltwater rods, fly rods for men and women, reels, travel bags, tackle management products, fishing tools and performance guide wear.
Increasing length and performance, the Wright & McGill Skeet Reese Series Telescopic Casting Rods utilize Wright & McGill's patented technologies to provide anglers with a rod that is longer than most, while still maintaining strength and responsiveness.
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Wright & McGill Rods put 85 years of the Wright & McGill Company's sport fishing industry experience right in your hands. W&M rods use only the finest designs, fabrics, and components to make them feel better, look better, and out perform other brands, and at just a fraction of the price!
Up for sale is a very nice Wright & McGill Granger Victory bamboo fly rod. This rod is 7' long and its total weight is 3.6oz. Overall, this rod is in great shape and it appears to be all original.
Wright & McGill Blair Wiggins S-Curve Offshore Light Spin Fishing Rod, 7-Feet, Flats Blue
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