Fiberglass has come back in a big way over the past couple years, and Tim Rajeff and Echo were some of the first people to start crafting fiberglass fly rods again. The 6'3" to 7'10" rods are more of a classic, slower action fiberglass rod, while the three longer models are a 'fast glass', with a more modern action that still retains that smooth fiberglass feel. Glass rods are loads of fun, especially if you're fishing smaller creeks and streams. That being said, there's a lot of situations on bigger rivers and bigger fish that fiberglass is quite useful for. Imagine yourself on the Bighorn River in Montana, fishing a four weight Echo Glass for wild trout rising to a hatch of BWO's. FIberglass transmits every movement of the fish right to the handle, so you feel every move the fish makes! The Echo Glass comes in 3 and 4 piece configurations, and is finished in a sweet caramel-color. Comes with the Echo lifetime warranty, as well as a rod tube and sock. Get in on the glass revolution!