G. Loomis Stinger GLX Two-Handed (Spey) Rods
The G. Loomis Stinger GLX Two-Handed (Spey) Rods series was originally designed as 3-piece rods, but has been redesigned in 4-piece for improved transportability. G. Loomis also renamed the Stinger GLX. The rod actions remain fast and powerful to help casters create narrow, aerodynamic loops using the underhand dominated casting stroke. Their fast tapers allow you to make overhead casts as long as there is sufficient room for a back cast like on a gravel bar, generating incredible line speeds.
G. Loomis RoaringRiver Switch GLX (Fly) Rods
If you'd like the flexibility of making a traditional single hand casts, roll casts or a full-on spey casts, the RoaringRiver Switch GLX Rods from G. Loomis are the rods your looking for. At 11' these rods are more than just traditional single hand rods giving you the ability to throw long casts with one or two hands. From a nice light 5-weight to a 8-weight, you'll be able to cover almost all water from your favorite trout streams to large steelhead drifts.
G. Loomis Whispercreek GLX Fly Rods
Hands and knees approaches, gin clear pools, and trout with severe aversions to sloppy casts, that's where the WhisperCreek series earns it stripes. Based upon the original StreamDance GLX Presentation series fly rods, we've tweaked the design and changed the color to clearly distinguish these smooth casting "presentation" action rods from our other series.
G. Loomis Cross Current Beach Fly Rods
At 11' 3", the Cross Current Beach Fly Rods are very light in hand, have the guts to punch a cast into the wind and spray, and put a hurt on some serious fish. To cast a fly far, it takes a combination of high line speed and a heavy weight line. Not so easy hour after hour with a single hand rod. Enter the short two hand fly rod. Combining the leverage and power of two hands casting makes overhead casting heavy lines easier and less tiring.
G. Loomis NativeRun GLX Fly and Spey Rods
It's the preparation, the pursuit, the prize. Whether you're throwing skating dries on the North Umpqua in August, fighting a coastal headwind on the Smith, or attempting to reach down deep in the swift winter current of the Bogachiel, NativeRun steelhead and salmon fly rods cast the cast, drift the drift, and fight the fights as no other rods before.
G. Loomis Cross Current PRO-1 Fly Rods
If you fish the flats, you're going to want at least one of the Cross Current PRO-1 Fly Rods. For someone who never needs, or for that matter wants, to take the rods apart, these will be a revelation. As you would expect, these rods have an extremely smooth and powerful casting stroke. They also feature the, superlight, nickle-titanium RECOIL stripper and snake guide system. These guides are extremely tough and resilient, providing a noticeable reduction in weight.
G. Loomis Streamdance GLX Series Fly Rods
The Streamdance GLX features the finest rod components available today... luxurious cork, direct from Portugal, GLX graphite, in high performance, 3 and 4-piece rod blanks (depending on rod length). In addition, G. Loomis added a new reel seat, with an exclusive offset-oval sculptured barrel and a distinctively beautiful "California Buckeye Burl" insert. And with RECOIL guides made by REC from a special nickel titanium alloy, Streamdance GLX fly rods are not only beautiful to look at, but a deli...