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The 803S XMR is a spinning rod from G.Loomis' revolutionary line of inshore saltwater fishing rods. The NRX Inshore Rods utilize G. Loomis flagship blank material in the new lineup comprised of nine one piece, inshore saltwater spinning rods. Specific to the NRX Inshore spinning rods due to the NRX blank material, anglers will notice an unequaled strength-to-weight ratio, along with purpose built techniques for all inshore fishing situations. These rods provide accurate long distance casting by using titanium-framed, Fuji SIC K-frame stripper guides designed to keep braided line from tangling on the frames at the stiffest point of the rod. The first three guides on the rod are K-frame guides, but then switch to nickel-titanium RECOIL guides to reduce weight and increase the rate of recovery. Additionally, RECOIL guides offer an incredible amount of sensitivity; transmitting even the slightest tick through the rods blank. The NRX blank material is known for its equally impressive sensitivity that enables anglers to detect the bite no matter how far the lure is from the angler or how windy the day is. A short, medium-power spinning rod that's light as a feather, but don't let that fool you!! It's designed to skip baits back under docks or in small openings in the mangroves for snook that refuse to come out and chase, which is 90% of the time. The extra-fast tip is every bit as important as the magnum-power butt. It doesn't do any good to get your bait back in all that junk if you don't have the power to get the fish out! We offer the G.Loomis NRX 803S Inshore Rod in a single steel-blue color pattern. As is the case with all G.Loomis Rods, the NRX inshore series is covered by G.Loomis extensive warranty. Click on the extended information tab to review their warranty information.
WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including Di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate (DHEP) and lead, which are known to the State of California to cause cancer, and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information, go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov