G. Loomis Trout/Panfish Spinning Fishing Rod SR6010 IMX
SPECIFICATIONS: Length: 5' | Line: 1lb-4lb | Lure: 1/32oz-1/8oz | Power: Ultra Light | Action: Moderate | Handle: B | MPN: 10232-01
One of our most popular ultra-light spinning rods. It is a sweetheart of a crappie rod, and will be your best friend on any trout stream. It's slightly softer than our typical "1-power" rods and that's why we put a "0" at the end of the model number. Thanks to IMX technology, it' s the lightest and most sensitive of our 5' ultra-lights. It will handle surprisingly big fish. It has a Fuji fixed reel seat with cork mid-body and low-profile cork fore and rear grips.
- Product Specs
Homepage Headline Length: 5' | Line: 1lb-4lb | Lure: 1/32oz-1/8oz | Power: Ultra Light | Action: Moderate | Handle: B | MPN: 10232-01 Manufacturer G. Loomis Color Gray Metallic Price $220.00 Shop By Fishing Rod Rod Type Spinning Technique/Species Trout/Panfish Series IMX Length 5' Lure Weight 1/32oz-1/8oz Power Ultra Light Action Moderate Pieces 1 - One Handle B
Customer Reviews 3 item(s)
This is a great rod! I love fishing with ultra-light equipment as it is not about the actual catch for me as it is the skill in landing the fish especially on equipment as light as this. Just landed a 37" northern this past weekend and just loved the fight/play.
- One Nice Fishing Rod
I have used this rod to fish for walleye in NW Ontario for three years now, and I must say it's a load of fun landing a 7-8 walleye on this rod. I even managed to land a 40-inch northern with this rod, too. Call me silly, but I love using this rod with 4-lb line and a classic Penn ultra light reel. I must say that my Loomis has never failed me. The fish might snap my line, but in almost every case my G. Loomis rod wins! Combined with a bit of finesse, this rod gets the job done for me. Here's to using a trout/panfish rod for walleye!
- Outstanding, sensitive, featherlight rod
I've long been a St. Croix guy but decided to try out a G. Loomis rod for fishing small, tight, brush-lined streams in the Adirondacks. It worked perfectly, casting with ease and sensitive to every strike of the native brookies. The ultra-light power made even fish smaller than 1lb quite exiting to land. I decided to take this rod out on a pond in my canoe fishing for panfish and small bass. Suprisingly hooked a 5lb largemouth bass and didn't think the rod would be able to handle it. I had to let the fish rip out lots of drag but finally got him to the canoe, for an unharmed release. I wouldn't recommend searching out huge bucketmouths with this rod but it was refreshing to know it's got some backbone for such a light rod.