G-Loomis Pro-Green Series Spinning Rods

G-Loomis Pro-Green Series Spinning Rods

$265.00 - $300.00
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TD Code
LengthPiecesLine Weight (lb)Lure Weight (oz)PowerActionHandlePrice
6' 10''16-101/8-5/16Med LiteFastN/A$265.00 USD
6' 10''16-121/8-3/8MediumFast185$270.00 USD
6' 10''18-123/16-5/8Med-HeavyFast185$280.00 USD
6' 10''110-171/4-1HeavyFast185$290.00 USD
7' 4''16-101/8-5/16Med LiteFastN/A$275.00 USD
7' 4''16-121/8-3/8MediumFast186$275.00 USD
7' 4''18-153/16-5/8Med-HeavyFast186$285.00 USD
7' 4''110-171/4-1HeavyFast186$295.00 USD
7' 10''18-153/16-5/8Med-HeavyFast187$290.00 USD
Oversize Packaging Required
7' 10''110-171/4-1HeavyFast187$300.00 USD
Oversize Packaging Required
7' 10''16-121/8-3/8MediumFast187$280.00 USD
Oversize Packaging Required
The Pro Green Series is a special set of inshore saltwater rods created for anglers preferring to fish small jigs, soft plastics and any number of artificial baits, including topwaters for myriad saltwater species. A great choice for school-sized blues and stripers along the Atlantic Coast as well as redfish, seatrout, permit, bonefish, snook and small tarpon in Florida and all along the Gulf coast, these rods offer a surprising blend of power, light weight and sensitivity. There are three different power-ratings and three different rod lengths offered in each power to cover the variety of water depths and conditions each region offers. They aren't meant to replace the softer, more delicate action of the popping rod, but to give the angler an option for aggressively fishing artificials. The faster actions of the Pro Green Series give wading and boat anglers, alike, more positive line and lure control. Designed to create quick, accurate "snap casts" to visible targets or long prospecting casts where covering water is more important, these rods have powerful butt sections to move big fish with ease and are still light enough to fish them all day long with minimal fatigue.
5 Stars based on 8 reviews
By Jimmy
Nice rod but a little expensive and not perfect
July 16, 2012
After careful consideration I finally decided to pull the trigger and spurlge on this rod. It is very light and casts great. Comparing it to $100 Tsunami rod it is better, however, in my opinion it is not 2.5 times better which is how much more it costs.
ProsVery light, casts great.
ConsJust a drop too stiff for my taste. I would have liked a little more action to it.
By Glenn
Holy crap
June 23, 2019
This rod is all around best in class for light tackle inshore. It casts like a monster and loads nicely from 3/8 to 3/4 but still casts 1/4 like a beast and 1oz equally well. It's super sensitive and has great backbone. I've been taking it out for big blues, schoolie bass, and summer weak fish and fluke. Totally worth every penny.
ProsSensitive Good backbone
By Don
One of best loomis rods for inshore fishing
February 11, 2019
Love the 7’ml progreen over most all rods . Good action and has plenty of backbone
By Lawrence S.
Perfect for the Lagoon
May 6, 2018
Excellent List Redfish Rod
By Donnie
, Goldsboro nc
Best trout rod I own. Like a med lite rod it's the truest . The 821s
November 6, 2017
Love the 821s for trout fishing . True med lite action and fav rod of all.
ProsLight,sensitive rod
By Toni Q.
Great rod!
January 8, 2017
I've never been disappointed with my G Loomis purchases. They are high quality builds and light weight to boot!!
Prosquality from top to bottom
By Danny
Wollongong nsw
Big red slayer
December 30, 2015
Best snapper soft platic rod I've ever fished with... Massive casts and perfect action for 5-7 inch plastics...
By C D.
Milton, NY
G.Loomis Pro Blue rod
June 17, 2012
Bought this rod for porgy fishing. It is well made as all of my Loomis rods. Like the light weight of the rod and the full grip handle. Works like a charm.
2 Questions & 2 Answers
from Florida asked:
June 9, 2019
Hello,looking to purchase the PGR883S rod. Would the new penn spinfisher 2500 reel be too light for this rod for flats fishing. 


1 Answer
With the lure rating on the rod a 2500 should be perfect.  A 3000 should just be a bump up in spool size and anything larger would add significant weight to the whole set up.  You should have a blast with that combo!
Submitted by: CHARLES on July 26, 2019

from FL asked:
March 11, 2018
What brand of guides and reel seats does the pro greens use?
1 Answer
The pro green series rods use fugi guides and reel seats.
Submitted by: Donald on March 16, 2018


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