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NewG. Loomis E6X Salmon Mooching Rod
G. Loomis E6X Salmon Mooching Rod
Hook your next salmon in deeper waters when you use the G. Loomis E6X Salmon Mooching Rod. Designed for trolling or mooching in ocean salmon fisheries, this salmon rod features a heavy power with incredible sensitivity. By utilizing multi-taper technology, you can fish all water depths and heavier currents successfully. Whether you're trolling or drifting, make sure you have the G. Loomis E6X Salmon Mooching Rod to land your next salmon.
G. Loomis Fiber-Blend Salmon Trolling & Mooching Rod
G. Loomis Fiber-Blend Salmon Trolli...
5 Models available
The G. Loomis Fiber-Blend Salmon Trolling & Mooching Rod is designed for drift fishing in rivers or mooching in the ocean. Fiber-Blend Technology provides power and reduces the weight in the tip section without compromising performance. The powerful butt section has the strength to move fish away from trouble and guide them in swift currents. The Fiber-Blend Salmon Trolling & Mooching Rod is a superior rod giving anglers an enjoyable, comfortable day of fishing at their favorite lake, river, or ...
$324.99 - $364.99
G. Loomis IMX Salmon Trolling / Mooching Casting Rod
G. Loomis IMX Salmon Trolling / Moo...
2 Models available
The G. Loomis IMX Salmon Trolling / Mooching Casting Rod has a unique combination of flexibility and power that you need when trolling or mooching for salmon. The flexibility is important so the salmon can get a hold of the bait without feeling to much resistance, allowing the hook to set properly. The power is key when it comes to fighting the salmon after it is on. When fighting a large salmon, you don't want to come up short in the power department. The G. Loomis IMX Salmon Trolling / Moochin...

At a Glance: Trolling Rods

Trolling rods are the highly specialized rods for use in trolling open water from a boat. They are engineered to accommodate the various types of lines, baits and lures dragged behind a moving boat, targeting a multitude of freshwater or saltwater species. Trolling rods are typically constructed of fiberglass or graphite and feature long cork or foam handles designed to fit into rod holders mounted to the boat. Trolling rods are typically one or two-piece rods, or telescoping models which shorten the rod and make storage and transporting easier. The rod blanks are typically much thicker and heavier than other fishing rods to be able to withstand the tremendous force put on them by the pull of terminal tackle with the movement of the boat. They also need to have a significant backbone to fight and land large, stubborn fish. Most trolling rods are designed to accommodate trolling reels or conventional reels which mount to the top of the blank, while a few models are designed for use with large spinning reels. Trolling rods for use with planers and divers are strong and flexible, but have fast actions. Rods designed for use with downriggers have softer, more flexible blanks that are able to bend significantly more than other rods and snap up when the line is tripped off the downrigger release. Some trolling rods feature specialized guides, like roller guides, and tips which are needed for the various types of wire trolling lines. Trolling rods for use with braided lines and wire should have stainless steel guides to withstand the abrasion that would damage other guides. In addition to being designed for specific types of line, trolling rods can be designed for specific species as well, with the most popular being steelhead/salmon and walleye. Panfish trolling is becoming popular in some areas and calls for rods designed for that purpose.

Along with our own line of FishUSA trolling rods, the most popular brands of trolling rods at FishUSA include Daiwa, Okuma, Shimano, Fenwick and Shakespeare.