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G. Loomis Float Spinning Rods

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G. Loomis Float Spinning Rods

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Steelhead anglers on the tributary rivers and stream of the Great Lakes have been fishing with floats for a number of years. It's kind of like fishing for bluegill with a bobber and bait, but the current can be a lot swifter, the fish a lot bigger and the anglers a little older (at least chronologically). These rods are long for good reason. You need to be able to mend your line so you can maintain a drag-free drift and cover as much water as you can, plus when you lift the tip to set the hook, you can move a lot of line which is especially important when the floats are set deep or you’re at the end of a long, extended drift. The extra length also helps protect lighter line, especially considering the size of the fish.


G. Loomis Salmon Float Spinning Rod STFR1601-SK IMX

3 Piece | Length: 13'4" | Line: 4lb-8lb | Lure: 1/4oz-1/2oz | Power: Light | Action: Moderate | Handle: C | MPN: 11337-01

G. Loomis Salmon Float Spinning Rod STFR1601-SK IMX is designed for big, clear rivers where you need to downsize your line, float and rigs to catch those spooky steelhead, but you still need to cover a lot of water. It gives you uncanny ability to adjust your drift and reposition the float with minimal effort and will protect really light line. You'll be surprised when you see just how fast this long, soft rod will whip a fish. It's a lot of fun and extremely effective. The "SK" signifies our Skamania-style handle. The fore grip is long to help balance the rod and keep your hands in a positive position to react quickly. This is the more traditional concept in float fishing.

STFR1601-SK IMX Handle

$420.00

G. Loomis Salmon Float Spinning Fishing Rod STFR1262

2 Piece | Length: 10'6" | Line: 6lb-10lb | Lure: 1/4oz-1/2oz | Power: Med-Light | Action: Moderate | Handle: A | MPN: 11329-01

G. Loomis Salmon Float Spinning Fishing Rod STFR1262 is designed to fish small to mid-sized rivers where shoreline cover is an issue or it has a lot of twists and turns where you don' t necessarily need to extend your drifts very far. It will handle larger water and big fish when necessary, but for the most part, it' s designed to fish smaller rivers in close quarters.

STFR1262 Handle

$345.00

G. Loomis Salmon Float Spinning Fishing Rod STFR1363

2 Piece | Length: 11'4" | Line: 8lb-12lb | Lure: 1/4oz-3/4oz | Power: Med-Light | Action: Mod Fast | Handle: A | MPN: 11331-01

G. Loomis Salmon Float Spinning Fishing Rod STFR1363 is designed to fish medium to large rivers where you water conditions allow you to fish mid-range line, jigs & bait rigs as well as medium-sized floats. It will handle large steelhead and the smaller salmon species. A great rod when the bite is on and the fish are fresh. Our "fiber blend technology" allows us to disperse the weight by using different fibers where their characteristics most benefit the rod for balance, flex and overall weight.

STFR1363 Handle

$365.00

G. Loomis Salmon Float Spinning Fishing Rod STFR1321

2 Piece | Length: 11' | Line: 4lb-8lb | Lure: 1/16oz-3/8oz | Power: Light | Action: Moderate | Handle: A | MPN: 11330-01

G. Loomis Salmon Float Spinning Fishing Rod STFR1321 is designed to fish really clear rivers or low-water situations where you need to downsize both the baits and the line size to be effective. Smaller floats are implemented to keep from spooking fish and many times, rather than using bait, just a yarn fly or yarn fly combined with a small corky or other bait imitator will be used. Even though it is considered light power, it can handle surprisingly large steelhead. A great rod when the bite gets really tough due to over-fished water.

STFR1321 Handle

$355.00
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Steelhead anglers on the tributary rivers and stream of the Great Lakes have been fishing with floats for a number of years. It's kind of like fishing for bluegill with a bobber and bait, but the current can be a lot swifter, the fish a lot bigger and the anglers a little older (at least chronologically). These rods are long for good reason. You need to be able to mend your line so you can maintain a drag-free drift and cover as much water as you can, plus when you lift the tip to set the hook, you can move a lot of line which is especially important when the floats are set deep or you’re at the end of a long, extended drift. The extra length also helps protect lighter line, especially considering the size of the fish.

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