G. Loomis Fiber-Blend Pro Blue Saltwater Casting Rods are a blend of flat rods and bay rods with cork handles, heavy-duty Fuji reel seats, Fuji guides and blanks, designed with dynamic, fast-actions that allow you to wrestle big fish without any malfunctions. G. Loomis puts a lot of effort in their designs and are confident you'll feel the difference.
G. Loomis Fiber-Blend Pro Blue Saltwater Casting Rods are a blend of the traditional flat rods and bay rods with cork handles, heavy-duty Fuji reel seats, Fuji guides and blanks designed with dynamic, fast-actions that allow you to wrestle big fish without any distractions or malfunctions. G. Loomis puts a lot of effort in their designs and they are confident you'll feel the difference immediately. The G. Loomis Pro Blue Saltwater Casting Rods may feel like lightweights because they are, but there’s a power so intense and so mystical that you’ll wonder how they did it.
G. Loomis Fiber-Blend Pro Blue Saltwater Casting Rods are made in the U.S.A.
PBR 785C B - The G. Loomis PBR 785C is the power stick in the group. Designed just a little shorter to be more effective for a vertical approach or working in close quarters, this rod is not as one dimensional as it may sound. It has that legendary G.Loomis tip-action giving you accurate, two-handed casting control for pitching lures or live-bait to those brutes back under the docks.
PBR 843C B - With the G. Loomis PBR 843C, it doesn’t matter whether you’re after redfish, calicos, stripers or false albies; this rod puts the fun back in the fight. Imagine casting a "quarter-sized" crab on your favorite permit patch, knowing, with confidence, that you’re going to kick some saltwater butt. Accuracy, power and unbelievable sensitivity in a rod so lightweight, it’s hard to imagine. All you need is
an excuse to get out of the house and enjoy the experience.
PBR 844C B - With the G. Loomis PBR 844C, it doesn’t matter if you’re trying to pull a 40-pound striper away from the rocks or a medium-sized grouper out of his lair, this rod has plenty of power. When you hook that big one, you need a rod that locks up on demand and says, “Hey! Where do you think you’re going?” From albacore and cobia to roosterfish and snook, this rod is so light you can fish it all day without wearing
out and it’s hard to believe the power.
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