G. Loomis Pro4x 10' 6wt. 4pc. PRO4X1206-4 Fly Rod
SPECIFICATIONS: 4 Piece | Length: 10' | Line Weight: 6wt. | Power: Stiff | Taper: Fast | Handle: A | MPN: 12004-01
A delightful big-water, big trout fly rod. A good choice for float-tubes, pontoon boats, canoe or kayak. It's an excellent choice for summer-run steelhead and the smaller salmon species, especially in low, clear-water conditions. A great rod for the Klamath, the Grand Ronde or the John Day!
- Product Specs
Homepage Headline 4 Piece | Length: 10' | Line Weight: 6wt. | Power: Stiff | Taper: Fast | Handle: A | MPN: 12004-01 Model 12004-01 Manufacturer G. Loomis Color Green Price $365.00 Shop By Fishing Rod Rod Type Fly Rod Technique/Species Single Hand Length 10' Power Stiff Pieces 4 - Four Handle A
Customer Reviews 2 item(s)
- The G. Loomis 10' 6 wt Pro4X is made for Legendary Big Rivers in the West
I fished the South Fork of the Snake River in Idaho on Memorial Day 2016 and used the guide's 10' 6wt G Loomis Pro4X, I fell in love with it. I brought my 9' 6 wt Sage XP on that trip and found the Pro4X to be a better rod for nymphing and throwing streamers on that big river. I have a few rods in different weights/lengths, but the 10' 6wt was missing in my arsenal. I have the chance again to fish the South Fork of the Snake River in Idaho on Memorial Day again and I had to have this rod for my own. This rod has so much control and the turnover is precise, casting this was as easy as my 9' 6wt. Finding it on American Legacy Fishing and Outdoors on sale earlier this year was a bonus. I'll fish this rod a lot on Western big rivers this year.
- Great value in a rod at half the price of high end rods!
I bought this rod to supplement or replace a 9', 6" Sage One. I use the rod primarily for throwing streamers on a fairly big river. This rod is light in the hand and casts every bit as well as the Sage and you don't tire when fishing this rod with the extra 6 inches as it is very easy casting and fishing. Highly recommend this rod to anyone looking for a streamer/nymph rod or someone fishing from a tube and throwing the above flies or big dries.