Is Lamiglas Made in USA?

Not many rod companies still believe in USA Manufacturing. We do. The Lamiglas Fishing Rod & Blank Facilities, located in Woodland, WA is where our products first take shape. Our team of highly skilled rod-builders work on prototyping, improving and discovering the best designs and building practices.

Are Lamiglas rods made in China?

Lamiglas is a USA fishing rod and blank manufacturer in Woodland, Washington USA. Our Woodland, Washington facility continues to produce high end premium fishing rods and blanks. All USA manufactured rods and blanks feature the USA flag on rod labels and hangtags.

Does G. Loomis make their own blanks?

Loomis rod blanks were no longer offered to rod builders by G. Loomis. Beginning in 2009 many blanks used in G. Loomis fishing rods were redesigned using more complex tapers and newer material wrap patterns.

Does St Croix make their own blanks?

For anglers who prefer building their own, St. Croix Rod offers a selection of high performance blanks. Available exclusively from RODgeeks in a wide variety of colors, these blanks offer technologies found in our LEGEND family of rods.

What are lamiglas blanks made of?

Countless talented rod-builders have turned to Lamiglas blanks since 1949. Our rod blanks start from carefully chosen graphite, fiberglass, nano-resin and composite pre-peg. Choosing the material is the first step in building a first-class blank.

Why choose lamiglas surf blanks?

The very first blank ever rolled at Lamiglas in 1949 was an 11′ Fiberglass Surf Blank. Since that day we have been totally committed to providing surf blanks that built into epic surf tools. With technique-specific abilities, they are highly universal and durable. The GSB blanks have been the staple and remain so.

Does lamiglas ship outside the US?

Does Lamiglas ship outside of the United States? Yes, Lamiglas ships to Canada with additional shipping fees. What does limited lifetime warranty mean? Limited lifetime warranty is a warranty against manufacturer defects, not normal wear and tear.