G-Loomis Salmon/Steelhead Mooching Rods

G-Loomis Salmon/Steelhead Mooching Rods

G Loomis now offers five mooching/trolling rods that address varying needs of length and strength. The longer rods are for the bow and the shorter rods for the stern to get that perfect spread and ultimate water coverage. Equipped with Fuji Alconite guides for lighter weight and lower profile. All of our trolling rods have a forgiving moderate action to tame even the toughest big Chinook.

$345.00 - $385.00
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TD Code
LengthPiecesLine Weight (lb)Lure Weight (oz)ActionPowerHandlePrice
SAMR1024C Casting
GLO-0591
8' 6''210 - 301 - 6Mod-FastMag-Heavy158$345.00 USD
SAMR1084C Casting
GLO-0592
9'210 - 301 - 6ModerateHeavy158$350.00 USD
SAMR1174C Casting
GLO-0593
9' 9''210 - 301 - 6ModerateHeavy158$365.00 USD
SAMR1474C Casting
GLO-0594
12' 3''210 - 251/2 - 5ModerateMed-Heavy158$385.00 USD
SAMR1265C Casting
GLO-0002
10' 6''210 - 402 - 8ModerateHeavy158$375.00 USD
G Loomis now offers five mooching/trolling rods that address varying needs of length and strength. The longer rods are for the bow and the shorter rods for the stern to get that perfect spread and ultimate water coverage. Equipped with Fuji Alconite guides for lighter weight and lower profile. All of our trolling rods have a forgiving moderate action to tame even the toughest big Chinook.
4 Stars based on 1 reviews
By Arty
916
G Loomis Samr 1265c
December 4, 2012
Great rod, it is extremely light, weights only 7.5 oz, in your palm it is pretty much weightless. Pair it up with a shimano low profile reel like the Chronarch or the Curado and you have a combo that is less than a pound in weight. The tip is sensitive enough to pick up those soft bites. Handles big fish, 30 pound salmon with ease. Great backbone, moderate action helps to put on a sexy display as the rod bends, looks great. The finish is also nice, one thing that you have to watch out for it the fragility of the guides, if you take care of your rod, you will be fine, but an average fisherman such as myself can damage the guides fairly easily if you are a bit careless at times. So far so good with this rod.
ProsBackbone, lightness, power, sensitivity
ConsGuides are light but are fragile if not careful.
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