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American Tackle "MicroWave Guides"

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MicroWave Guides

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Brand:
American Tackle
Model:
MicroWave Guides
MSRP ($):
47.20

This set is a “hybrid” guide train combining the best principles of stainless & titanium materials into a light weight balanced corrosion free MicroWave™ Line Control System. They stop the line slap issues that is common to spinning rods. With very little effort the line just shoots out like a rifle.

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I love these things

I decided to try these for a new rod I was building. I was making a short range pitching rod and thought that these would allow a smooth accurate cast. Boy was I right. The line just flows off the reel so smooth. I made a few long casts and it will take off like a rifle shot. I not a big spinning reel guy but the way these guides let the line flow off it changed my mind. I will recommend them to anyone who wants a smoother cast with more distance. I'm already thinking of building another rod and using them again for long casts.

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Waters Fished:
  • Large Rivers
  • Small Creeks
  • Large Lakes
  • Small Ponds
  • Salwater Flats
Used:
30+ times

Pros & Cons

Pros:
Well made and very lite
Cons:
A little pricey
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