Duce makes ICAST debut with ‘age old’ idea
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Duce Rods says it is revolutionising fishing – with an idea that has been around for ages.
The Louisiana rod company made its ICAST debut this week and is showcasing its spiral wrapped technology through two new product lines.
Both the Echo and Delta series feature a spiraling guide design developed to reduce torque and friction, increase sensitivity and provide better control.
“We are changing the way the fishing game is played and introducing an idea that has been around for ages, but has not been available to the mass market,” said the company’s Rob Lever.
“We will be glad to explain the technology and its benefits to anyone who visits booth 2892. We are committed to making niche rods available to fishermen of all experience levels.”
The Echo line has been made with bass anglers in mind and comprises 12 models covering a variety of techniques. The multi-modulus, lightweight graphite blanks have an EVA foam split grip with shrink tube titanium guides and Duce’s own screw-down hood.
The Delta rods feature ten inshore and freshwater actions and are built on the same blanks as the Echo. Features include custom-engraved, cork split grips, a foregrip hook keeper and titanium guides.