Lamiglas Tri-Flex Saltwater Series Grows Its Leadership Position
Woodland, Wa: Lamiglas’ Tri-Flex Saltwater line-up, Lamiglas largest series of saltwater rods, will see three all-new models in 2010. The series utilizes Lamiglas’ proprietary Tri-Flex construction technology to deliver extremely lightweight rods with the sensitivity of graphite, yet all the durability of fiberglass. The new models for 2010 include:
With a super-soft tip and powerful butt section thanks to Lamiglas’ proprietary Tri-Flex construction process, the all-new BL7040LB has been introduced for 2010. A lighter partner to the BL7050LB, the new 7040LB will lend itself to smaller baits like anchovy and sardines while maximizing the fishing experience for smaller tuna, stripers and other game fish commonly in the 15- to 40-pound class. Ideally suited for 25- to 40-pound line the BL7040LB fits common live bait applications throughout the world…from stripers to sailfish, small tarpon to roosterfish.
Up to the demands wire line trolling of big plugs and umbrella rigs place on tackle, Lamiglas introduces the BL 7040W for 2010. Tri-Flex construction offers impressive power and durability in a lightweight handling rod, while Fuji Silicone Nitride guides will not groove or crack with wire line.
Just as Northeast cod fisheries re-emerge, Lamiglas is ready with the BL8050C. A full 8-feet in length for getting well beyond the rail and minimizing encounters with the hulls of party boats, this stout Tri-Flex design has incredible power for fishing heavy jigs for deep water cod.