Edge First Strike Spinning- FSS MBR 705-1 Medium Heavy
|Model||FSS MBR 705-1|
|Length (ft):||7' 0"|
|Material:||Next Gen HM|
|Handle:||Braided Carbon Fiber|
Gary’s First Strike rod family is built on super light, super strong Next Gen IM material. This means anglers will get the perfect balance of strength and sensitivity, for when the perfect tool is needed.
They feature ALPS MXN Stainless steel guides, with Zirconium inserts.
The series incorporates nine casting and three spinning models, a rod for every application to finesse fishing and drop shot rigs, to deep cranking and swimbait fishing.
Casting configurations feature braided carbon-fiber split grips, spinning models are finished with full-braided grips.
All rods feature the patented Edge rods, off set real seat. This ergonomic design allows for proper and the most efficient hand placement while fishing.
The Mag Bass spinning portion is a two rod subset, for those anglers that prefer a spinning set up.
These rods are Extra-Fast and come in a 7-foot Medium Light and 7-foot Medium power style. Spinning rods in the First Strike series are offered in a braided carbon fiber, full-grip configuration.
If you know Gary Loomis or have followed his incredible career in designing and creating some of the greatest fishing rods ever made, you'll understand that he just can't suppress his mission to improve rod performance.
Armed with the newest materials, he set out to make the lightest and most sensitive rods ever produced. When you have a chance to handle or fish one, we know you'll agree that his latest creations are more than worthy of such a claim.
Edge Rods are meticulously hand rolled and finished along the banks of the North Fork River in Woodland, Washington, USA by Gary Loomis and his team of experienced rod artisans.
The EDGE First Strike series features nine casting and three spinning models, and have an MSRP of $399.95.
They feature TFO’s proprietary Tactical Series guides. GTS guides are machined stainless steel inserts swaged into a chromium-impregnated stainless frame. Casting configurations feature braided carbon-fiber split grips, spinning models are finished with full-braided grips.
All this technology adds up to one thing, more fish caught, and bigger smiles at weigh-in.