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G. Loomis Mag Bass Rods

These are the rods that started it all for G.Loomis in the bass fishing world. Based on levels of performance, these rods remain on the cutting edge of graphite technology today. They are no-nonsense, no frills, high performance fishing tools. Fuji reel seats, cork grips and the best guides available to give anglers the lightest, most sensitive rods in the business. There are three levels of graphite performance available in the most popular models, GL3, IMX and GLX. These are 6'6" and 7' casting rods, originally developed for longer casts applications. The term MAG came from their magnum tapers that generate a lot of power and provide excellent fish-fighting capability. Longer rear-cork grips help provide leverage and balance. They are excellent for pitching or overhand casting and are unbelievably strong for such light weight rods. These rods were originally designed to fish for bass, but as anglers will experiment many have found them to be excellent for walleye, pike, freshwater stripers, redfish and snook Ė a testament to their light weight and sensitivity, not to mention unbelievable power. You will be amazed at the versatility of these rods!

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G. Loomis Rods MBR783 GL3
G. Loomis MBR783C GL3 Mag Bass Rod 6'6" Med-Heavy
Price: $220.00

MBR783C
Length: 6'6"
Power: 3
Pieces: 1
Casting
A good choice for fishing jigs and worms, as well as spinnerbaits, this rod was designed to fish bass, but anglers have discovered its versatility for pike and walleyes, as well as snook, redfish and other light saltwater species. Itís powerful, with a light tip, which allows for a good hook set, and still has enough power to move fish away from heavy cover. Also a great choice for soft jerkbaits, itís one of the most versatile rods in our entire line. Talk to ten different anglers and youíll hear ten different applications for it. GL3 offers the perfect combination of price and performance.
G Loomis Rods MBR784 GL3
G. Loomis MBR784C GL3 Mag Bass Rod 6'6" Heavy
Price: $225.00

MBR784C
Length: 6'6"
Power: 4
Pieces: 1
Casting
Designed for Largemouth bass, but it doubles nicely for big northerns and light-duty Muskie fishing. The tip is stiff, with a magnum butt for moving large fish in heavy cover. It excels in brushy, tree-choked areas where you need a powerful rod to get the fish to the boat. It's also the perfect choice for fishing heavy jigs or large plastic worms in deep water where" feel " is paramount, and for heavy-duty spoon-jigging, where your ability to set the hook in deep water especially important.
G. Loomis MBR785 GL3 Mag Bass Rod
G. Loomis MBR785C GL3 Mag Bass Rod 6'6" Heavy
Price: $235.00

MBR785C
Length: 6'6"
Power: 5
Pieces: 1
Casting
This is the most powerful pitching rod G. Loomis makes! Itís got a magnum power butt-section with an extra-stiff tip. It will force even the biggest bass away from trouble, no matter how big the bass or how thick the cover. It is a really good choice for fishing peacock bass in South America and it will handle large pike and muskies... no problem. This is the "Big Mac Daddy" for close-quarters, combat bass fishing. GL3 gives you a great rod at a mid-range price. Value and performance... a great combination!
G Loomis Rods MBR843 GL3
G. Loomis MBR843C GL3 Mag Bass Rod 7' Med-Heavy
Price: $235.00

MBR843C
Length: 7'
Power: 3
Pieces: 1
Casting
In this case, it's a little bit of both. Carolina-rigged plastic worms require a bit longer rod to handle the long leaders associated with the technique, while deep-water jig fishing is much easier with a long rod because it increases the leverage during the hook set and moves more line. It's a matter of leverage, and this rod makes the job a lot easier. The 843 is excellent for both applications.
G Loomis Rods MBR844 GL3
G. Loomis MBR844C GL3 Mag Bass Rod 7' Med-Heavy
Price: $240.00

MBR844C
Length: 7'
Power: 4
Pieces: 1
Casting
A remarkably versatile deep-water jigging rod, this powerful 7-footer delivers increased tip speed, longer casts and more positive hook sets. It works extremely well for Carolina-rigged worms, pitching jigs in close or even light-duty flipping. If weeds are the dominant cover in your lake, you'll appreciate the magnum power of the 844 for pulling big bass out of the thick stuff. Freshwater stripers, northerns, and muskies can be taken with this rod, but mainly it's a serious big bass tool.
G Loomis Rods MBR845 GL3
G. Loomis MBR845C GL3 Mag Bass Rod 7' Heavy
Price: $250.00

MBR845C
Length: 7'
Power: 5
Pieces: 1
Casting
When you fish for big bass in heavy cover, you need a rod that can move them out of the brush before they get all wrapped up. Heavy line, thick brush, big jigs and short tempered largemouths are what this rod is all about. If you live where big stripers and hybrids chase bait, you'll also be a real fan of the 845. Naturally, a rod this powerful can easily be used in light saltwater but it's designed primarily for heavy cover, lead-head jigs and oversize bucketmouths.
   
 
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