Lamiglas 2013 Infinity Bass Rod Review

Published On October 16, 2012 »» By Dan Rice » Gear Reviews, Rods and Reels
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Lamiglas is a very well known rod manufacturer from Woodland, Washington that has upped the stakes for 2013. Anglers all over the world have enjoyed Lamiglas rods for their quality and unmatched customer service for six decades, but 2013 is the year that Lamiglas will capture the hearts of many who want the best materials, most trusted components and the most unbelievable sensitivity that a rod can transmit to the human touch.

Set out to increase brand awareness for bass anglers worldwide, the new 2013 Lamiglas models just might be the most influential rods released in recent years. The all new Infinity bass rods were designed to capture your attention and the passion that all bass anglers encompass – waking up before the sun, launching your bass boat in pitch black, and lipping the most memorable catch of the season. The Infinity series from Lamiglas paints a picture worth a thousand words all on its own.

In speaking with Lamiglas, I wanted to learn every thought that went into making one of the most sensitive rods on the planet. Why were they reinventing their bass lineup? What components were considered from an engineering perspective? What did the company want to accomplish? All of these questions are answered here exclusively at FHC Outdoors.

What does Lamiglas want to convey to bass anglers all over the world with the Infinity bass rod?

“The new Infinity series rods features the 3M Powerlux ™ resin system. We are able to really push the envelope with this new system. Rods are lighter, stronger and more sensitive than ever and this new series features a unique handle design to increase feel. A comfortable woven graphite handle with a custom reel seat make for a lighter rod, with a sleek appearance.”

What components are important to your smallmouth and largemouth customers?

“Anglers want sensitivity and style these days. Bass anglers take pride in their gear and want the very best as it could mean the difference in first place or last.”

With the Infinity model, what was Lamiglas’ goal in positioning themselves against the competition?

“With over 60 years in the fishing rod business, we can apply our knowledge to make the best rod on the market. We use the best materials, the finest workmanship and our keen sense of the market place to produce all of our rods. We rely on these qualities to push the customer towards making the decision to buy Lamiglas rods.”

So how does the Infinity series compare to the most expensive and well-respected rods that have been around for years? Lamiglas’ Infinity adds an entirely new level to quality, feel and trusted performance. To be quite honest, Lamiglas chose a perfect name for this series. Infinity is endless, and so is your opportunity of choosing a company who not only believes in the power of fishing with confidence, but a company who backs their product right here from Woodland, Washington.

I would like to thank Lamiglas for helping me understand their thoughts behind all of their 2013 releases. The Infinity 735C that I own is the most incredible rod I have ever felt. From the counterbalanced graphite handle to the sleek appearance, Lamiglas is truly helping us ‘Fish With Confidence’ by rivaling and surpassing the highest of high-end rods. Without question, I know that many anglers will read this article and check out the Infinity for themselves. The only thing better than reading about the Infinity series from Lamiglas is feeling its smooth performance on the water for yourself.

Thanks for reading. Let me introduce you to the Infinity, from Lamiglas. Be sure to take a look at their 2013 product catalog, or interact with Lamiglas on Facebook!


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Dan Rice is an outdoor writer from Spokane, Washington. He writes for his website, FHC Outdoors, and is a contributing writer to Western Bass Magazine. Be sure to visit his YouTube channel for action on film!

2 Responses to Lamiglas 2013 Infinity Bass Rod Review

  1. Ron B says:


    Enjoyed your comments and videos on Lamiglas rods – especially the Infinity Bass models. I just purchased the 723C and will match it up with the Shimano Chronarch 50E reel for finesse fishing.

    I am going to put Boca Bearings and Carbonex drag washers in it. Put them in my Curado 300E and it rocks!

    Thanks again,

    Ron B

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