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Buy this ProductG. Loomis Backbounce Rods $ 160.00
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's face. Consequently, the rod you choose depends on the power necessary to lift the weight off the BOTTOM and still have sufficient power to set the hook with authority. A heavy-duty rod with a stiff tip is crucial, because many times the fish are smack dab in the heaviest current and you need a lot of lead. (Not to mention the fact that KING SALMON can weigh in excess of 90 pounds.) Click to Buy

Buy this ProductG. Loomis Bass/Casting/Flipping Rods $ 430.00
If "FLIPPING" is one of your favorite techniques, we think our three new GLX flipping rods can be described with one word - astonishing! First of all, they're all one-piece and very powerful, yet so light you'll WONDER how we did it. We make two options in our 15-25 pound line flipping sticks. One is extra long (7'11") for special cover and structure situations; one is 7'5" and the WORKHORSE of the new line. In addition, there is a new, lighter flipping rod with a fast taper for those wishing to pitch jigs and worms, and still have the ability flip when they want to. Click to Buy

Buy this ProductG. Loomis Bronzeback Casting Series $ 200.00
When it comes to bass anglers, there are numerous levels of FANATICISM. When it comes to smallmouth bass anglers, they're all fanatics! We know, because we've spent the last few years picking their brains, casting their plugs, dragging their favorite tube baits across rocky lake bottoms, even a few parking lots. We've fished prototype rods on some of the hottest lakes in the country, held developmental meetings where it was five below zero outside and talked smallmouth with literally HUNDREDS of anglers. From Minnesota to Maine, Michigan to Tennessee and Alabama to the Columbia River country of the Pacific Northwest. One thing remains true... those "brown bass" are harder to find, HARDER to figure out, harder to fool and harder to catch than any bass that swims. They'll test your temper, your patience and your tackle to the very limit. They're DISTINCTIVE fish, both in their appearance and in their habits. Their beautiful vertical stripes in bronze and olive green highlight the tan to pale green background on their slab sides, but it's the red eyes that gives them away. Their tail is larger than all other bass of comparable size, giving them unbelievable speed and STRENGTH. They can get to your bait in a heartbeat and when you hook one, they pull so hard you'll imagine they're twice their actual size. It's always fun to hear an angler describe the fish as they bring them in, only to have a spunky 15-incher pop to the top. You're never disappointed, just AMAZED that the "four pounds" of fight you just enjoyed came from a two-pounder. They're extremely aggressive, especially when shallow during the spawn, but they prefer deeper, cleaner water than their largemouth cousins. Given the choice, they'll choose current over still water most of the time. You won't find a more FINICKY fish!

It takes some subtle techniques and special gear to trick them consistently... that's exactly why we developed the "BRONZEBACK SERIES" rods. They're for special anglers to catch a special fish. They feature our legendary high-density, super sensitive graphite blanks, a definite ADVANTAGE when the bite is light, which is most of the time. It's an advantage only G.Loomis anglers can enjoy and appreciate. Smallmouth have a tendency to nip and pick at lures, but sometimes the strike can be ferocious. As the fish move deeper towards their summer haunts, the bite becomes more difficult to detect. That's why we've designed "Bronzeback" rods with quick, responsive tips, providing anglers with EXCEPTIONAL sensitivity, while the mid and lower sections are dynamically powerful, giving you total control fighting the fish, whether you're on the bank or in a boat. The casting rods feature "MAG-TOUCH" blank-thru-handle construction, giving you more control and feel; while the spinning rods have our special reversed reel seat with a short fore-cork, so you can put your finger on the blank if you're so inclined. It puts your reel in a more forward position for better balance and casting accuracy. There are 15 different models, covering a VARIETY of fishing techniques, so whether you drag lizards, tube baits, grubs or jigs; toss crankbaits, jerkbaits and spinnerbaits, or just love the challenge of catching a huge brown bass on spider-thin monofilament, we've got you covered. We think you'll be pleasantly surprised. We totally understand you're FANATICAL about smallmouth fishing... so are we! Click to Buy

Buy this ProductG. Loomis Bronzeback Spinning Series $ 200.00
When it comes to bass anglers, there are numerous levels of FANATICISM. When it comes to smallmouth bass anglers, they're all fanatics! We know, because we've spent the last few years picking their brains, casting their plugs, dragging their favorite tube baits across rocky lake bottoms, even a few parking lots. We've fished prototype rods on some of the hottest lakes in the country, held developmental meetings where it was five below zero outside and talked smallmouth with literally HUNDREDS of anglers. From Minnesota to Maine, Michigan to Tennessee and Alabama to the Columbia River country of the Pacific Northwest. One thing remains true... those "brown bass" are harder to find, HARDER to figure out, harder to fool and harder to catch than any bass that swims. They'll test your temper, your patience and your tackle to the very limit. They're DISTINCTIVE fish, both in their appearance and in their habits. Their beautiful vertical stripes in bronze and olive green highlight the tan to pale green background on their slab sides, but it's the red eyes that gives them away. Their tail is larger than all other bass of comparable size, giving them unbelievable speed and STRENGTH. They can get to your bait in a heartbeat and when you hook one, they pull so hard you'll imagine they're twice their actual size. It's always fun to hear an angler describe the fish as they bring them in, only to have a spunky 15-incher pop to the top. You're never disappointed, just AMAZED that the "four pounds" of fight you just enjoyed came from a two-pounder. They're extremely aggressive, especially when shallow during the spawn, but they prefer deeper, cleaner water than their largemouth cousins. Given the choice, they'll choose current over still water most of the time. You won't find a more FINICKY fish!

It takes some subtle techniques and special gear to trick them consistently... that's exactly why we developed the "BRONZEBACK SERIES" rods. They're for special anglers to catch a special fish. They feature our legendary high-density, super sensitive graphite blanks, a definite ADVANTAGE when the bite is light, which is most of the time. It's an advantage only G.Loomis anglers can enjoy and appreciate. Smallmouth have a tendency to nip and pick at lures, but sometimes the strike can be ferocious. As the fish move deeper towards their summer haunts, the bite becomes more difficult to detect. That's why we've designed "Bronzeback" rods with quick, responsive tips, providing anglers with EXCEPTIONAL sensitivity, while the mid and lower sections are dynamically powerful, giving you total control fighting the fish, whether you're on the bank or in a boat. The casting rods feature "MAG-TOUCH" blank-thru-handle construction, giving you more control and feel; while the spinning rods have our special reversed reel seat with a short fore-cork, so you can put your finger on the blank if you're so inclined. It puts your reel in a more forward position for better balance and casting accuracy. There are 15 different models, covering a VARIETY of fishing techniques, so whether you drag lizards, tube baits, grubs or jigs; toss crankbaits, jerkbaits and spinnerbaits, or just love the challenge of catching a huge brown bass on spider-thin monofilament, we've got you covered. We think you'll be pleasantly surprised. We totally understand you're FANATICAL about smallmouth fishing... so are we! Click to Buy

Buy this ProductG. Loomis Bucara Rods $ 210.00
If you're into fishing bridges, wrecks or those "BLUE HOLES" in the Gulf, then you're going to like the Bucara saltwater rods. If you pitch iron for yellowtail and dorado or toss bucktails to stripers and blues, then you're gonna like the new Bucara rods. If you fish break-away rigs for big TARPON or just like catching structure-oriented fish, your gonna like the Bucara rods. If you're into piscatorial tug-a-wars, especially if you like winning them, you're gonna love these new rods! Our point here is, if you fish SALTWATER and you're still breathing, you'll really, really like these rods. Click to Buy

Buy this ProductG. Loomis Casting Series $ 125.00
There's been a trend in the past few years towards longer rods and it's a valid one, especially since a lot of our lakes lose their cover as they mature and the brush and trees die off. Long rods are great when you're fishing open water with plenty of CASTING ROOM, but when you start moving to the bank and the cover gets in the way, those long rods just won't cut it. This is where our Casting Rods SHINE. Shorter than their Mag Bass cousins, available in 5'6" or 6' lengths, they have the same fast actions and responsive tips you need for low trajectory, accurate casts. A new (almost football shaped) rear grip make the 5 1/2-footers more comfortable to cast and gives you more control. Click to Buy

Buy this ProductG. Loomis Crankbait Casting Series $ 175.00
For over two decades, while the vast majority of the world’s hardcore anglers have been enthusiastically snatching up graphite rods for their performance, one group has staunchly resisted – Crankbait fishermen. They claim graphite’s too stiff. Too quick to react. Won’t let the fish inhale the lure. Well, here at long last is our official response: They’re right. Fiberglass may be heavy, it may feel dead, it may have the reaction capabilities of vermicelli—but its softer, slower action have often made it a better choice for fishing crankbaits. Until now. Our new Crankbait Series rods incorporate all the elements of the best fiberglass crankbait rods, but with all the added benefits of graphite. These new rods have a soft, slow action that allows your lure to work perfectly, and allows the fish to inhale the bait, but unlike fiberglass rods, they’re incredibly light, super responsive and extremely sensitive. Their reduced weight makes them far less tiring to cast. They’re sensitive enough you can feel a bass suck in a suspended swimbait and they recover quickly so you won’t have to worry about keeping your line tight when a fish jumps. In other words, you gain all the advantages of graphite with the action and flexibility of glass. Each rod in the series is crafted in a gorgeous metallic copper finish. These are truly state-of-the-art crankbait rods. Click to Buy

Buy this ProductG. Loomis Drop Shot Rods $ 235.00
A rod unique in action as the technique is to bass fishing. Our new Drop-Shot Rod is a balance of subtleties and strength. You'll appreciate the soft tip for twitching the baits, and when you lift the rod (you don't set the hook with this technique) the power will surprise you. Lightweight and durable Fuji Alconite guides are stacked forward to accomodate an extremely fast taper. Fuji ECS trigger "blank through" reel seat and premium cork on the casting version and our own special "reel forward" custom reel seat on the spinning version make these rods as special as the technique for which they are designed The blank is an attractive moss green with stiking green/brown wraps. The technique isn't exactly brand new, but the rods are, and it may change your mind about this exciting style of finesse fishing. Join the G-Loomis 'drop-shot" revolution!

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Buy this ProductG. Loomis Flipping Stick Casting Series $ 245.00
Flipping is a technical form of heavy-duty finesse fishing. Yes, “finesse” and “heavy-duty” may sound like contradictory terms, but most anglers choose to flip because the fish are in heavy cover where conventional casting just isn’t an option. The length of a Flipping Stick allows the angler to swing lures around heavy cover so that they enter the water softly. And because they allow a vertical presentation, your lure drops straight to the bottom—unlike a lure that’s cast and falls toward the angler, missing perimeter zones. Often times, the real test isn’t hooking fish, it’s getting those fish out of the space you just flipped your lure into. You need a rod that can move fish quickly. Built with a fast taper, these rods will do just that. The butt-section collapses into the handle for easy storage. Click to Buy

Buy this ProductG. Loomis Hot Shot Casting Rod Series $ 175.00
We designed these rods to pull salmon and steelhead plugs like the INFAMOUS Hot Shot (hence the name), and that's still their #1 use. But you'll see anglers casting them for silvers, trolling them for big Kings or drifting bait with them for steelhead. The rods have light to medium tips and magnum-power butt sections, which make them EXCELLENT casting tools and even better fish-fighting tools. If you're unfamiliar, the Hot Shot technique goes something like this... the angler positions his boat at the head of a run and allows the current to pull the plug down to the fish zone. The boat then sweeps across the current so the plug covers the entire width of the river (lure action is then monitored by watching the wiggle of the rod tip). When a fish hits, the magnum butt section actually sets the hook for you. The boat operator keeps tension on the fish until the angler can grab the rod from the holder. An extremely EFFECTIVE technique and a very versatile rod. Click to Buy

Buy this ProductG. Loomis Hot Shot Spinning Rod Series $ 185.00
We designed these rods to pull salmon and steelhead plugs like the INFAMOUS Hot Shot (hence the name), and that's still their #1 use. But you'll see anglers casting them for silvers, trolling them for big Kings or drifting bait with them for steelhead. The rods have light to medium tips and magnum-power butt sections, which make them EXCELLENT casting tools and even better fish-fighting tools. If you're unfamiliar, the Hot Shot technique goes something like this... the angler positions his boat at the head of a run and allows the current to pull the plug down to the fish zone. The boat then sweeps across the current so the plug covers the entire width of the river (lure action is then monitored by watching the wiggle of the rod tip). When a fish hits, the magnum butt section actually sets the hook for you. The boat operator keeps tension on the fish until the angler can grab the rod from the holder. An extremely EFFECTIVE technique and a very versatile rod. Click to Buy

Buy this ProductG. Loomis Jig & Worm Casting/Spinning Rods $ 345.00
The core of the new jig & worm series are, well , what else... the "jig & worm" rods! We have three 6'8" models ranging from 2-4 power for pitching jigs and worms. Four longer, more VERSATILE 7'1" models, ranging from 2 to 5 powers,that extend casting range and line control for deeper water. Click to Buy

Buy this ProductG. Loomis Mas Bass Casting Rod Series $ 195.00
When it comes to performance and all-around fishability, the Mag Bass rods are our pride and joy. These rods, originally designed for pitching jigs and worms for largemouth bass have been discovered by walleye anglers, smallmouth enthusiasts, pike chasers and even light-duty saltwater folks. Pitching is an underhand casting method that allows you to put a bait around visible cover with a nearly splashless entry. When the fish are spooky and a big splash sends them scurrying off and you just can’t get close enough to flip, this is the best approach, but these Mag Bass rods are far more versatile than just this one dimension. They’re fast-action rods with a powerful, magnum butt-section that gives you increased casting range, more effective hook sets (especially in deep water) and superior fish-fighting control. Fuji reel seats, with our “mag touch” exposed blank near the trigger gives you superior sensitivity as well as better casting control. You’ll find yourself using these rods for everything... spinnerbaits, jigs, plastic worms, topwater baits, soft jerk baits and buzzbaits. They are available in a wide range of lengths and powers, plus the more popular models come in all four graphite performance levels. Click to Buy

Buy this ProductG. Loomis Mas Bass GLX Casting Series $ 325.00
When it comes to performance and all-around fishability, the Mag Bass rods are our pride and joy. These rods, originally designed for pitching jigs and worms for largemouth bass have been discovered by walleye anglers, smallmouth enthusiasts, pike chasers and even light-duty saltwater folks. Pitching is an underhand casting method that allows you to put a bait around visible cover with a nearly splashless entry. When the fish are spooky and a big splash sends them scurrying off and you just can’t get close enough to flip, this is the best approach, but these Mag Bass rods are far more versatile than just this one dimension. They’re fast-action rods with a powerful, magnum butt-section that gives you increased casting range, more effective hook sets (especially in deep water) and superior fish-fighting control. Fuji reel seats, with our “mag touch” exposed blank near the trigger gives you superior sensitivity as well as better casting control. You’ll find yourself using these rods for everything... spinnerbaits, jigs, plastic worms, topwater baits, soft jerk baits and buzzbaits. They are available in a wide range of lengths and powers, plus the more popular models come in all four graphite performance levels. Click to Buy

Buy this ProductG. Loomis Spin Jig IMX Spinning Series $ 220.00
A real bass fisherman never, but never admitted using a spinning rod, unless it was for panfish, and even then it was iffy. But times are changing and so are techniques. First out of the closet were the die-hard smallmouth anglers. They favored the spinning rod because they needed lighter line and smaller lures to fool those super cautious brown bass. Then, as finesse fishing came into play, more and more anglers found the spinning rod to be the perfect solution for the clear water lakes where spotted bass and smallmouths abound. The only negative was nobody ever really offered the nice, fast-action rods that the casting crowd enjoyed. That was until we introduced the Spin Jig Series. It’s the unique, blend of dynamic tapers and super sensitive materials that helped make these the rod of choice for serious finesse anglers. Grubs, small worms, hair jigs, split shot rigs, drop shot rigs, tiny crankbaits... you name it, the spin jig rod is your answer. Click to Buy

Buy this ProductG. Loomis Spin Jig Spinning Rod Series $ 170.00
A real bass fisherman never, but never admitted using a spinning rod, unless it was for panfish, and even then it was iffy. But times are changing and so are techniques. First out of the closet were the die-hard smallmouth anglers. They favored the spinning rod because they needed lighter line and smaller lures to fool those super cautious brown bass. Then, as finesse fishing came into play, more and more anglers found the spinning rod to be the perfect solution for the clear water lakes where spotted bass and smallmouths abound. The only negative was nobody ever really offered the nice, fast-action rods that the casting crowd enjoyed. That was until we introduced the Spin Jig Series. It’s the unique, blend of dynamic tapers and super sensitive materials that helped make these the rod of choice for serious finesse anglers. Grubs, small worms, hair jigs, split shot rigs, drop shot rigs, tiny crankbaits... you name it, the spin jig rod is your answer. Click to Buy

Buy this ProductG. Loomis Spinnerbait Casting Series $ 180.00
Like lots of successful techniques in bass fishing, the keys are repetition and consistency, along with repetition and consistency. Any one of a thousand casts could be the fish of a lifetime, so consistently placing your bait in the zone is extremely important. These rods are extremely accurate, tough and sneaky powerful, yet so light even the softest strike feels like an explosion. These seven rods are designed specifically to fish blades like they're mean to be fished, with power-ratings varying from light to heavy and lengths from 5'6" all the way up to 7'2". Extra-fast tips give you the ability to snap casts in and around all types of cover, with an extremely powerful butt section to keep even the biggest bass away from trouble. Add to that a quick, responsive action and sensitivity that helps you feel every rock, blade of grass, or limb you're likely to encounter. Fuji Alconite guides and "blank through" Fuji ESC reel seats combined with rear grip lengths designed make them both comfortable and efficient. Finished in a deep red with dark contrasting wraps. Imagine.... a rod so perfect for spinnerbaits that you won't want to put it down. We just hope you won't forget how to fish the other lures in your tackle box. Click to Buy

Buy this ProductG. Loomis Walleye Casting Rods $ 190.00
We offer ten models of walleye rods, in both spin and cast, that cover every major technique - jigging, rigging, trolling, bottom-bouncing, and cranking. One thing remains constant throughout the line - nowhere will you find a lighter, more advanced COLLECTION of rods made especially for walleye. Click to Buy

Buy this ProductG. Loomis Walleye Spinning Rods $ 190.00
We offer ten models of walleye rods, in both spin and cast, that cover every major technique - jigging, rigging, trolling, bottom-bouncing, and cranking. One thing remains constant throughout the line - nowhere will you find a lighter, more advanced COLLECTION of rods made especially for walleye. Click to Buy

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