Echo TR Fly Rods

Echo

TR2-3110

Medium Fast | Freshwater | Trout | Salmon & Steelhead

What do you do when you have a slight hitch in your giddy-up? If you are a two-hand fly fisherman who owns their own rod company you simply create a family of rods that help you cast better. The Echo TR Fly Rods (Tim Rajeff) series of rods have a little more oomph in the bottom half to keep up with his slightly more abrupt power application. The ECHO TR rods will throw tighter loops farther than you ever dreamed possible. Load them up with a Skagit Compact head and they slow down enough to make fishing sink tips a breeze. New to the family for 2014 is the TR-4120 (12' 0" #4). This rod takes an incredible rod series and makes it even better. With rods now available from the new 4 weight to the 14' 0" #9 weight winter cannon. When your friends ask to borrow your ECHO TR, don't do it, you might not get it back.
  • Four piece travel design
  • Alignment dots for quick assembly
  • Premium grade cork upper handle with composite pressure zone at top of the handle
  • Handle lengths vary with each model
  • Premium grade cork lower handle with composite pivot knob
  • Black anodized reel seat
  • Matte army green blank
  • Black stripper and snake guides
  • Tough rod tube with sock
  • Echo lifetime warranty

Model

Length

Line

Pcs

Grip

Weight

TR2-3110

11’0”

3 Wt

4

A

5.6oz

TR2-4113

11’3”

4 Wt

4

B

5.9oz

TR2-6126

12’6”

6 Wt

4

C

8.1oz

TR2-7130

12’0

7 Wt

4

C

8.9oz

TR2-8136

13’6

8 Wt

4

C

9.6oz

Rajeff Sports would like your ECHO experience to be a good one and we ask that you take care of your equipment with the following regular maintenance:

Wash all components with warm freshwater after each days use in saltwater. Pay extra attention to the space where the guides meet the blank and the metal parts of the reel seat. Try to keep sand and dirt out of the ferrules. Occasionally use a few drops of any reel oil or grease on the reel seat threads to keep it operating smoothly. Paraffin wax can also be used on the ferrules if needed to ensure a proper fit.

Do not use tape on your ferrules. If you do we’ll come steal all your bacon and PBR.

 Rod/Line Weight Recommendations



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