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Sneak Peek – ECHO GLASS

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Answering the growing call for that soulful action only fiberglass creates, Tim dived into his large sack of graphite tricks and applied them to 21st century glass and came up with the ECHO GLASS. These “soul” rods are all about giving you the feedback missing from stiff graphite actions, with deep loads and a smooth recovery that transmits from tip to hand so much so that you ask yourself  “Why didn’t I listen to my soul and come back to glass sooner?

The ECHO GLASS will be available in 4 weights from a 6’3″ / 190cm #2 weight weighing a meagre 2.3oz/65g to a 7’10” / 238cm #5 weight weighing 3.5oz/99g.

Cant wait to get my hands on these “soul” sticks, particularly the #2 weight, it will be perfect for our local trout stream.

Coming to your local ECHO dealer in early spring 2014.

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4 comments

  • Jeroen Schoondergang 26/08/2013   Reply →

    Looks great, will be interesting to feel one in real life.

    • bff 26/08/2013   Reply →

      Yes I agree I am particularly interested in the #2, it will be perfect for my local trout stream. I will try and get an early model over for “the press” 😉

  • Jeroen Schoondergang 28/08/2013   Reply →

    I particularly like the lock-down reelseat. Looks a bit 1980’s Orvissy 😉

    • bff 28/08/2013   Reply →

      I’ve got a couple of old Hardy Palakona’s and a Brunner – similar look.
      But lets face it Tim started life designing rods with Fenwick so he’s been around some time and is familiar with a lot of the retro stuff :).

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