Echo Shadow X Euro Nymph Fly Rod
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Shipping Weight: 1.00 ounces
The Echo Shadow X Euro Nymph Fly Rod was designed by Euro Nymph guru Pete Erickson, 2018 Fly Fishing World Champion Norm Maktima, and expert Mariusz Wrobewski to build a rod that is absolutely dialed-in to perform at the sport's highest levels.
By using the most advanced high modulus graphite available, Rajeff was able to achieve the lightest rod they have ever produced. When you need to feel every nuance happening under the water, having the lightest, most sensitive rod you possibly can is the difference between 1st and 10th place.
Simply put: This is the most challenging project Rajeff has ever completed in their life as a rod company. Neither Rajeff nor our experts in the field would be satisfied without a rod that balanced a level of sensitivity not before thought possible while keeping its ability to achieve effective hook sets.
- Four piece travel design
- Blank: Charcoal gray
- Action: Med Fast
- Tube: Fabric-covered rod case & sock
- Guides: SIC stripping guides and hard chrome guides
- Reel Seat: Anodized aluminum
Due to the sensitive nature of the fast tip section on these lightweight rods, it’s recommended to take extra care when landing fish, dealing with snags, and other instances where added stress can be placed on the tip section. You can purchase spare tip sections through the warranty department as a precautionary measure to have just in case.
5/5 Stars out of 1 Reviews
David Chao (Centennial) | April 22nd, 2020
I am knew to euro nymphing and wasn't sure if I wanted to spend a lot of money on a rod. I'm usually a "buy high value" type of guy and don't need the most expensive anything. I have TFO's because they are big bang for your buck. I didn't realize that a world champion helped build this rod, I just wanted a Rod that I could buy once and forget. I have the 11 foot 3 weight. The length took a little time to adjust to but everything about it is top quality. If you are use to a better than entry level rod, but don't want to spend big bucks on a rod, you can't go wrong with this. Now that I know a world class fisherman uses it, I guess I can too!