G Loomis IMX-Pro Blue Saltwater Rods

G Loomis IMX-Pro Blue Saltwater Rods

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TD Code
TypeLengthLine-Rating (lb)ActionPowerRear GripFore gripHandlePrice
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15-50lbModerate-FastMedium13in4inA$370.00 USD
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30-80lbModerateHeavy14in4inB$385.00 USD
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15-50lbEx-FastMedium13in4inA$370.00 USD
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15-50lbModerateMedium14in5inC$405.00 USD
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20-65lbModerate-FastMedium-Heavy14in5inD$405.00 USD
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30-80lbModerateHeavy14in5inD$405.00 USD
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10-30lbEx-FastMedium-Light9in1.5inE$370.00 USD
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15-50lbFastMedium11in4inF$370.00 USD
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20-65lbModerate-FastMedium-Heavy13in4inG$385.00 USD
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20-65lbFastMedium-Heavy13in4inG$385.00 USD
G Loomis IMX-Pro Blue Rods are designed for saltwater fishing applications. Don't hesitate to push your angling skills with these IMX-pro rods. These rods feature a proven design that anglers trust and are engineered to exceed performance needed to put fish in the boat.
4.5 Stars based on 8 reviews
By Mark
Cushing, MN
G Loomis IMX Pro
May 11, 2021
Great rod for inshore fishing!
By Bob
Loomis 844
May 7, 2021
Great rod. Strong, light, sensitive and fast tip.
Cast or troll it does the job. Like all Loomis rods a bit pricey but quality and performance are never cheap.
By HJones
Southwest Florida
Great rod. not worth the hassle
December 12, 2020
Always been a fan of higher end, hand made, production rods. G-Loomis fits that description well. Having said that, DO NOT expect speedy warrantee for manufacture defects. It's great to have a sports car, if you get to enjoy it. If it's always in the shop, that's a bummer.

Warrantee defect on a rod after 2 months, and it's been with G-Loomis since Sept. with no anticipated replacement date.

Don't buy a G-Loomis, unless you want to frame it on your wall.
  • Great action and feel with plenty of pull power
  • warrantee replacement. Don't waste your time. Just replace with a St. Croix
By West F.
Westminster, CA
Super strong and versatile
October 26, 2020
Super strong and light rod. Great for all day fishing.
By Phil C.
Brooklyn, New York
February 3, 2020
High-quality rod, lightweight, wonderful power and action pair with Shimano twin power XD 4000XG, Awesome!
  • Lightweight, wonderful backbone, high quality rod
  • None
By Mike
Martha's Vineyard
Inshore Albies
October 24, 2019
Bought this for a light tackle setup for Albies, paired it with a Stradic 4000 and Its been amazing!
By Francesco
Santo Domingo
Premiun Rod
October 24, 2019
Very good quality Rod, lightweight, pair with Shimano Stella 14000, beautiful!
By Marcus
Providence Ri
Strong and light
October 10, 2019
Great all around rod. First week of having it. Put it to work. And perform great . caught about 70lbs of fish that week all of species. From boat and land
  • Strong and light , cast wells and action is awesome
  • Wish guides were a bit more corrosion rated
19 Questions & 19 Answers
from south korea asked:
October 24, 2019
What is the rod weight of the IMX-PRO 843C MF and can I use 20-60g lures? Can I use a 70lb carbon leader?
1 Answer
The line would be a little to heavy for the rod but it can handle 60 grams of weight. Weight of the rod is not listed. 
Submitted by: Bernie De Graaf on October 24, 2019

from Denver, CO asked:
June 20, 2019
Which model would be best for 4-8oz of weight.
1 Answer
The best rod for that would be 7 foot 30-80 weight.
Submitted by: Bernie De Graaf on June 26, 2019

from Georgia asked:
January 7, 2022
I have an imx pro blue 844s f that Im needing a reel for.

Looking at an 8000 size Twin Power sw or Stella sw c but worried it may be too big? Would the 6000 be a more appropriate size? 

Use will be as a heavy inshore/nearshore setup for bull reds, black drum, snook, medium/larger sized tarpon, sharks, and big jacks. 

Thank you!

1 Answer
Hi Dakota, I would recommend the Shimano TPSW8000HGC Twin Power SW C Spinning Reel. https://www.tackledirect.com/shimano-tpsw8000hgc-twin-power-sw-c-spinning-reel.html This reel has the power and the line capacity needed to bring in the inshore fish you are after. Please let us know if theres anything else we can assist you with. Tight Lines.
Submitted by: Brendan - TackleDirect Customer Service on January 7, 2022

from New Smyrna Beach, FL asked:
December 5, 2021
Which rod would rod would pair up good with a sustain 5000fg fishing for big snook 1-2 oz jigs and swim baits
1 Answer
Hi George, I would recommend the G Loomis IMX-PRO 844S MF IMX-Pro Blue Spinning Rod. Specifically Model: IMX-PRO 844S MF; TD Code: GLO-1390. https://www.tackledirect.com/g-loomis-imx-pro-844s-mf-imx-pro-blue-saltwater-spinning-rod.html This rod will pair great with a Sustain 5000FG fishing for big snook with jigs and swimbaits. Please let us know if theres anything else we can assist you with. Tight Lines
Submitted by: Brendan - TackleDirect Customer Service on December 7, 2021

from San Francisco, CA asked:
November 28, 2021
Which model would you recommend for backbay striper fishing? I have a 3000 Stradic that I wanted to pair with it. I am looking for something with more flex when casting and usually casting light soft plastics up to light plugs. 
1 Answer
Hi Francisco, I would recommend the 7ft medium light model: Specifically model: IMX-PRO 842S XF; TD Code: GLO-1388. https://www.tackledirect.com/g-loomis-imx-pro-842s-xf-imx-pro-blue-saltwater-spinning-rod.html This rod would pair great with your 3000 Stradic for back bay striper fishing. Please let us know if theres anything else we can assist you with. Tight Lines.
Submitted by: Brendan - TackleDirect Customer Service on December 1, 2021

from Clermont, FL asked:
May 16, 2021
Would the 905C be a good pairing with an Avet JX Raptor spooled with 60lb be a good light weight outfit for bottom fishing red snapper and grouper?
1 Answer
This setup will be good to handle both grouper and snapper but I would actually recommend going down to 845C the shorter rod will be better.
Submitted by: Paul Olah on May 20, 2021

from New Jersey asked:
March 22, 2021
What would be a better reel pairing with the 842 model, the stradic 3000 or the vanford 3000? 
1 Answer
Both of these reels would pair well. The Vanford has 1+7 bearings and 20lbs of drag, while the Stradic has 1+6 bearings and 19.8 lbs of drag. Their spool capacity is identical and the difference in total weight is only 1.5 oz, the lighter reel being the Vanford. Its all up to preference, both reels are guaranteed to perform at a high level and are a great choice for freshwater to inshore applications. It really comes down to whether you want a black reel or a silver reel to pair with your G Loomis. 
Submitted by: William Larkin on March 23, 2021

from Sturat Fl asked:
February 14, 2021
Would the 7’6 30-80 be a good fit for a 30 torium. Gona be a versatile big bottom rod/live bait cobia rod. Would this rod handle 20 oz of lead?
1 Answer
I would go with the size 20 Torium in this case.
Submitted by: Austin Kearney on February 16, 2021

from Moscow asked:
April 10, 2020
Which model would match best with Daiwa Certate lt5000D? 
1 Answer

from Massachusetts asked:
March 25, 2020
I am interested in pairing one of these imx pro blues to my Dawia Saltiga 30a. Looking to put together striper setup for three-waying live eels in some current with 6 oz of lead. Which model would you recommend? 
1 Answer
Best option to pair up with the Saltiga 30 for eels in heavy current would be the IMX PRO 845C M. 


Submitted by: Brian on March 25, 2020

from Queens, NY asked:
March 13, 2020
I have the shimano twin power sw 4000, I’m thinking of pairing it with the imx pro blue 844S F Med- heavy, what do you guys suggest do you think that would be a good fit ?
1 Answer
The Twin Power 4000 SW should match up really well with that rod. The Twin Power 4000 XD would be a little too light to balance out well, but you are on the right track. Let us know if we can help you out with anything else, that combo would be great for your heavier inshore and nearshore applications.
Submitted by: Brian on March 17, 2020

from Iowa asked:
January 3, 2020
Any of the spinning model rod has double footed guides ?
1 Answer
All of the spinning models have double footed guides. 
Submitted by: Rebecca Redington on January 10, 2020

from New York asked:
January 1, 2020
What spinning rod length And power has double footed guide? 
1 Answer
Every spinning model has double footed guides. 
Submitted by: Rebecca Redington on January 9, 2020

from New Jersey asked:
December 25, 2019
Which rod length has double footed guides for the spinning rod ? 
1 Answer
Hello, All models except Glo-1388 and Glo-1389 have double foot guides. 
Submitted by: Tyler Bennett on January 3, 2020

from California asked:
December 20, 2019
Which G Loomis would be best for trolling for salmon on the ocean 30 mono hooking 20lbers 
1 Answer
Ted, thanks for the question. We would suggest either the MX-PRO 903C M ( GLO-1385) or the MX-PRO 904C MF (GLO-1386). 
Submitted by: KRAIG FRIEDMAN on December 31, 2019

from Florida asked:
November 26, 2019
Is the 7 ft spinning medium power rod has single foot guides or double foot guides? And the 7ft medium heavy power spinning rod  has single or double foot guides? 
1 Answer
single on both
Submitted by: chris jones on November 26, 2019

from Point Pleasant Beach, NJ asked:
September 6, 2019
How would the 842s be for blackfish jigging with 1-2 ounces? Also what is the weight of this rod?
1 Answer
We recommend going up to a medium or medium heavy. The medium light weighs 10.4 oz's. 
Submitted by: Rebecca Redington on October 4, 2019

from Cape Charles asked:
September 3, 2019
I am wondering what rod to get the 7’ medium heavy fast action or the 7’ medium fast action I would be using it for sight casting to cobia with 1.5oz bucktails probably with a Saragossa 5k or 6k?
1 Answer
Heavy fast 
Submitted by: Ryan Henry on September 28, 2019

from Florida asked:
June 14, 2019
How do these rods compare to the terez series? 
1 Answer
Some IMX and Terez models are similar, the Terez rods are better for heavier applications. Depending on what you are fishing for, where and how will help better determine which rod will be best for your application. 
Submitted by: Rebecca Redington on June 18, 2019


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