G. Loomis Pro Green Series Saltwater Casting Rods
G. Loomis Pro Green Series Saltwater Casting Rods are a special set of inshore saltwater rods created for anglers that prefer to fish small jigs, soft plastics and any number of artificial baits, including topwaters for myriad saltwater species on the flats. These rods are a great choice for blues and stripers along the Atlantic Coast as well as redfish, seatrout, permit, bonefish, snook and small tarpon in Florida and all along the Gulf coast. These rods offer a unique blend of power, light weight and sensitivity.
G. Loomis Saltwater Pelagic Casting Rods
G. Loomis Saltwater Pelagic Casting Rods are made for big fish like, tuna, sharks, billfish, yellowtail, and stripers. They don&amp;amp;amp;#39;t make real big sticks, choosing to rather focus on rods where lightweight and great fishing-fighting dynamics are critical. It&amp;amp;amp;#39;s all about the power with these rods. G. Loomis Saltwater Pelagic Casting Rods have power enough to manhandle big seagoing fish that only have one thing on their mind, getting away.
G. Loomis GLX Jig & Worm Casting Rods
G. Loomis GLX Jig &amp;amp; Worm Casting Rods are designed specifically for fishing jigs and soft plastics to provide you with the sensitivity to feel the bite and the power to control the fish. These new, improved GLX Jig &amp;amp; Worm models are high performance, extremely light and sensitive fishing tools, featuring Fuji Titanium SIC guides, noted for their light weight and durability. G. Loomis GLX Jig &amp;amp; Worm Casting Rods are available in several models to fit any Jig &amp;amp; Worm application.
G. Loomis GL2 Jig & Worm Casting Rods
G. Loomis GL2 Jig &amp;amp; Worm Casting Rods offer a unique combination of power, sensitivity, finesse and actions that put success on your side. The split-grip handle was engineered specifically for high performance bass fishing. The unique, flat- sided fighting-butt provides ergonomic comfort for those that prefer to put the rod butt under their arm. It&amp;#39;s a small thing, but it can make a difference at the end of a long day. G. Loomis knows what you expect in a bass rod and they know how to make it light, strong and reliable. The GL2 Jig &amp;amp; Worm Casting Rods will do everything you ask and more!
G. Loomis GL2 Spinnerbait Casting Rods
G. Loomis GL2 Spinnerbait Casting Rods feature extra-fast tips that improve accuracy and fish-fighting control and they load effortlessly with more than enough power in the butt-section to move fish away from trouble. It&amp;#39;s a unique combination of tactical advantages that make fishing a spinnerbait effective, yet simple. These rods are light, sensitive, powerful and dependable. It&amp;#39;s not just any rod, it&amp;#39;s a very specialized rod made for one application - fishing spinnerbaits. Available in two models, each with custom split grip designs and exclusive GL2 graphite blank construction.
G. Loomis GL2 Crankbait Casting Rods
G. Loomis GL2 Crankbait Casting Rods are specialty casting rods, designed exclusively for crankbaits. GL2 Crankbait Casting Rods feature all of the necessary elements required to make a rod that will fish a crankbait correctly, a soft, more moderate action that’s soft enough to let the lures work properly and allow the fish to inhale the bait, yet is very light, responsive and sensitive. You gain all of the advantages of graphite with a nice soft action rod that&amp;#39;s a lot lighter than fiberglass and far less tiring to cast over the course of a long day. Available in 6 models.
G. Loomis Saltwater Popping Casting Rods
The G. Loomis Saltwater Popping Casting Rods were originally designed for casting live bait (mainly shrimp), under a popping cork out on the flats, but freshwater anglers have found many other uses for them as well. These rods have a relatively soft tip, which allows your bait to land softly and quietly, even on long casts, another plus when the water&amp;amp;amp;#39;s skinny and the fish spook easily. At the same time, they&amp;amp;amp;#39;re powerful rods, capable of handling surprisingly large fish.
G. Loomis Backbounce Casting Rods
Backbouncing is a special technique used primarily by Northwest steelhead and salmon anglers. To fish a pool or run, heavy lead is used to put your bait right on the bottom and, with the help of the current, literally bounce your bait downstream, keeping it right in the fish&amp;#39;s face.