Wright & McGill CO. Uses Nano Resins in Generation II S-Curve Fly Rods


DENVER, COLORADO – The Wright & McGill Co., in an effort to break new barriers in performance, power, weight reduction and value within the fly-fishing industry, is proud to announce the introduction of Generation II S-Curve blank technology fly rods using CNT (Carbon Nano Tube) resins at under $100 retail.

WM says, “We’ve taken the original S-Curve design but made it lighter and thinner by using an even higher modulus graphite core and reinforcing layer. Inside we’ve woven PBO fibers, which are two times stronger than Kevlar, with carbon yarn and T-Glass to add strength and performance to every blank. Nano resins are used as the binding agent increasing comparable strength by over 20% to standard resins.

We’ve also broken new ground in the fly rod market with a handle made of high density rubber that improves the main point of contact that the angler has with the fly rod. These new handles are more comfortable than cork, last longer than cork and are not slippery when wet.”

All rods are finished with a seven layer paint process, components like zirconium stripping guides, stainless snake foot guides, and a lightweight aluminum reel seat. All W&M Generation II S-Curve rods are made in four pieces and include a limited lifetime warranty.

For more information about Wright & McGill Co. Essentials and Accessories products, contact us at 720-941-8700 or visit the web site at www.wright-mcgill.com


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