G-Loomis NRX Inshore Spinning Rods

G-Loomis NRX Inshore Spinning Rods

G-Loomis NRX Inshore spinning rods are a series of fast and extra fast, magnum power spinning rods that feature the new nano-silica resin system. These fishing rods are lightweight, yet insanely sensitive and stronger than any high performance, high modulus rod ever made by G-Loomis.

$640.00 - $705.00
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LengthActionPowerLure Weight
Braid Line Weight
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X-FastMedium3/8-110-20A$640.00 USD
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X-FastMed-Heavy1/2-1 1/215-30A$645.00 USD
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FastMedium3/16-5/815-30A$640.00 USD
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FastMed-Heavy3/16-3/415-40A$645.00 USD
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FastMedium3/16-5/815-30A$665.00 USD
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FastMed-Heavy3/16-3/415-40A$665.00 USD
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FastMed-Light1/8-3/810-30B$705.00 USD
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FastMedium3/16-5/815-30B$705.00 USD
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FastMed-Heavy3/16-3/410-30C$705.00 USD
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The G-Loomis NRX Inshore spinning rods are a series of fast and extra fast, magnum power spinning rods that feature the new nano-silica resin system. These fishing rods are lightweight, yet insanely sensitive and stronger than any high performance, high modulus rod ever made by G-Loomis. These rods also feature the hybrid guide train with titanium framed, SIC K-frame stripper guides designed to keep braided line from tangling on the frames at the stiffest point of the rod. After the first 3 K-frame guides, next comes the nickle titanium recoile guides to reduce weight and increase the rate of recovery for the tip creating unequaled casting distance. These rods all feature split grip handle configurations and are backed with a limited time warranty.
5 Stars based on 11 reviews
By Chris
Homosassa, FL
Wow!!! Out performed my expectations.
October 25, 2021
I paired the NRX 921S MR with a Stella 5000. I was not too sure how much backbone the rod would have since the tip was softer than what I have been accustomed to. We were catching some nice reds near Clearwater. After releasing a 35 in red a bull shark bit it in two! Following that, twice I hooked into what I believe were sharks due to the head shaking I could feel and my line ended up cut. One of them stripped out half of my line before I managed to turn it. After about 10 minutes of fighting it, we never saw it, the braid was cut. The rod was super lightweight, sensitive and loaded up beautifully with the bigger fish. Yes, they are expensive but after how it performed I would definitely purchase one again.
  • Lightweight
  • Sensitive
  • Powerful
  • Price
By Kenny
Harwood, Maryland
fantastic rod
May 29, 2020
it's light, sensitive, and has a really good backbone. this is probably the best inshore rod i've held ever.
Wichita, KS
Favorite Rod
June 8, 2019
This is my new favorite all around rod. It's light weight but able to handle big fish.
  • Light
  • Sensitive
  • N/A
By James
Great Neck, NY
Probably the best inshore fishing rod money can buy
May 22, 2019
Amazing rod with insane sensitivity for shy nibblers & strong backbone to reel in the big fish. Handmade in Washington State, can't recommend this highly enough!
By jamie
Great rod
February 2, 2019
Have mine paired with a Daiwa exist for inshore fishing. Amazing set up. This rod is so sensitive I can feel a baby shark fart in Australia while fishing the docks in Socal. . Will be buying aa second one.
By Eric
Arroyo city Texas
Gloomis nrx inshore spinning rod
December 26, 2016
Great rod really nice action and cast really well for a short rod.
  • Low weight sentivity
  • Cost
By Roger
Columbus, Indiana
G-Loomis NRX inshore spinning rod
September 29, 2015
Now have 6 NRX spinning rods (both inshore and bass). These rods are light well balanced and strong no matter where I fish. Most recently fished in a variety of inshore fishing conditions around Captiva, Florida where I caught Reds, Snook, Trout, etc. Still would like to hook a tarpon. These are my go too rod in most conditions.
  • Light, well balanced and strong.
By Eugenia
Pozzuoli, Italy
Very good spinning rod
May 19, 2015
this is the lightest, strongest spinning rod i have ever used. I received it as a gift and I have used it from the beach and it has handled 5kg blue fish with no problems.
I would recommend this rod over just about everything else.
By Khoa n.
Excellent rod
March 27, 2015
Best rod ever
By Cristian
Lake worth, FL
Best rod
January 28, 2015
This rod is one of the best I have ever purchased I love it and need to buy another one soon
By Adam
New Orleans, LA
I have the 7'8" Med...wow, what a great trout rod
December 16, 2014
We all know G Loomis costs a lot. My mentality is to buy once, replace never. This is why I buy the best of the best whenever I can...
  • What Inshore rod can compete with this? I'll save you the trouble, none...
5 Questions & 5 Answers
from Brownsville,Texas asked:
April 10, 2019
Hello, how different is the bend on the  842S model to the 843S ? Is the bend on the 843S a bit stiffer ? Also where would you say the sweet spot (max lure weight) would be for both rods ?  Thanks
1 Answer
The bend on the medium is a bit more parabolic 1/2 oz for the mh and 5/8ths for the medium 
Submitted by: Bernie De Graaf on April 15, 2019

Mike M.
from CT asked:
December 6, 2020
I currently own 2 G- loomis NRX rods. The 852s and the 822s drop shot. Im looking to purchase a further casting rod for northern pike and large/ small mouth bass and striper. Im considering the NRX 921s MR or the NRX 922s MR.  Which rod do you feel would fit what im looking for the best? My main concern is getting too stiff of a rod
1 Answer
I would recommend the 922 or 923 honestly, if you are worried about it being too stiff go with the 922, but in most cases when targeting these fish you want that extra backbone which is why i would recommend the MH 923MR
Submitted by: Alex T on December 9, 2020

from SC asked:
March 24, 2020

Is the 7' 4" MH a good rod for tarpon fishing?

1 Answer
For juvenile tarpon it would be a great option. 
Submitted by: Brian on March 25, 2020

Bobby Kacher
from Bradenton FL asked:
March 8, 2018
Fishing the flats and backwaters typically for Snook and Redfish - 15 lbs test braid. Which Loomis rod is best? Thanks Bobby
1 Answer
The G-Loomis NRX 842S MR NRX Inshore Spinning Rod would be a good rod to use for snook and redfish. This rod is capable to cast great distances and handle big fish.
Submitted by: Donald on March 9, 2018

from TX asked:
August 18, 2014
What would be a good reel to match with the NRX 843 S?
1 Answer
We suggest going with the Shimano Sustain 3000 (SHM-1951). Extremely light, great drag, and casts beautifully.
Submitted by: Customer Service on August 19, 2014


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