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Wright & McGill Skeet Victory Carbon Review Walker Smith

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Wright & McGill Skeet Victory Carbon Review

Walker Smith

These rods designed by Elite Series pro Skeet Reese have the sensitivity and power often found in more expensive bass fishing rods

It seems as if I become more peculiar about my fishing rod selection as each year passes. I’ve splurged on more expensive rods in the past and had a few of them snap in half on the very first hookset and I’ve tinkered with some of the budget models that have become some of my absolute favorites.

Striking that happy medium between affordability and high-end performance is paramount when you’re purchasing a new bass fishing rod—but it’s not always easy to do. So when I run across a solid rod that meets my expectations in both areas, I make sure to let our readers know about it.

For the past month or so, I’ve been testing the Wright & McGill Skeet Victory Pro Carbon Casting Rod. As the name implies, this rod series is personally designed by Elite Series pro Skeet Reese. He takes a lot of pride in producing reasonably priced fishing equipment for anglers of all skill levels, so I was immediately intrigued.

He uses these rods on tour, so they have to be good, right?

After hours of testing and tinkering, I think there are a few specific things you should know about these fishing rods.

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