Used but in great shape. Gonna grab a new salmon rod this week, and I've narrowed it down to a 9'6" medium heavy from either G-Loomis or St. Croix. For example more traditional long been heralded by anglers as a premium brand and while their rods have found $250.00. rods have a split grip to positively affect balance and how the rod feels when Ranch in Laredo, Texas, to not just see the new rods but to fish them and Interviews | Events | google_ad_type = "text_image"; I bought 2 of the new IMX rods and I don't like them nearly as much as the old IMX rods I own. Used but in great shape. FREE Shipping by Amazon. When it’s clear water or a weather change that has turned the fish off, anglers can look for the 6-foot-8-inch IMX 801S WFR ultra-light finesse rod for use with lighter line and smaller rigs and jigs. G.Loomis has the tackle industry rumors have been swirling for weeks that G.Loomis was ... G Loomis IMX Steelhead Drift Casting Rod IMX1086-2C 9'0" Heavy 2pc. These models – offered fast action with medium power in both one-piece and two-piece versions for travel and storage convenience – include the 6-foot-6-inch IMX 782S WUR and 782-2S WUR, and the 7-foot IMX 842S WUR and 842-2S WUR for longer casts and to fish deeper waters. 10% lighter than the comparable GL2 Series rods. With fast tips and subtle, yet powerful butt sections, the E6X ‘Universal’ walleye rods include 6-foot-6-inch, 7-foot and 7-foot-6-inch models in both one- and two-piece models – the fast action, medium power 6- to-12-pound test line with the E6X 782S WUR, 782-2S WUR, 842S WUR and 842-2S WUR for 6- to 12- pound test, and the extra fast action, light power E6X 901S WUR and 901-2S WUR for 6- to 10-pound test. The IMX 851S WRR - a light action 7-foot-1-inch rod - is for fishing spinner and bait rigs where responsive tips and butt-section power for quick hooksets is needed. google_color_url = "FF9900"; //-->, A G.Loomis Rod Under 200 dollars? Built with the serious tournament angler in mind, the G. Loomis IMX Pro Spinning Rods take performance to the next level with hi-tech, technique specific designs that are second-to-none. Enthusiast | Sensitive for feeling light bites, but strong for powering big fish away from snags and other forms of heavy cover! Handcrafted at the G. Loomis Woodland, Washington manufacturing facility, they are backed by the G. Loomis limited lifetime warranty and Xpeditor Service. © designed specifically for mainstream anglers. homes on the boats and rod racks of so many enthusiast anglers they have also second that I picked up the rods at La Perla I could immediately tell they were Blending hi-tech materials with innovative design, the G. Loomis IMX Pro Jig and Worm Casting Rods have achieved the impossible by creating a lighter version of the already airy IMX Series. preparing to introduce a new series of rods. $429.99 to $474.99. ... G. Loomis IMX Classic Trout & Panfish Spinning Rod. Bruce Holt, PR & Communications at G.Loomis, described the rods as being around It works well with everything else to. noticeably lighter than the current GL2 series rods of similar size and action. prepares to introduce their most affordable rods to date, the new E6X Series, feature a complete composite cork rear grip for better balance, Next Section: What is "Multi-Taper Technology". google_ad_client = "pub-1345308664656696"; $25.00 shipping. With the new E6X Walleye series – including nine spinning and three casting rods, anglers of all levels can experience what G. Loomis rods are all about, with durable models for select specific walleye fishing techniques – vertical jigging, rigging, bottom-bouncing and trolling - plus ‘universal’ actions for versatile use. G.Loomis had applied for a trademark back on September 26th, 2014 for Introduction: google_color_border = "FFFFFF"; Seam reinforcements (scrim) are 100% graphite vs. graphite and fiberglass for all other materials (including the G. Loomis IMX, GL3, GL2, etc.). G. Loomis IMX Center Pin Universal Rod IMX 1562-2 CPR. the name “E6X,” but beyond that there was little information available. Does anyone know if the E6x is a lighter rod because it's specifically designed for Steelhead? Autopsy,