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  1. G. Loomis FR181-4 Stinger GLX 45g/700gr Two-Hand
    $975.00

    G. Loomis FR181-4 Stinger GLX 45g/700gr Two-Hand is at the top of the two-hand food chain. This is the mega monster two-hand rod capable of handling long heads of up to 45' and those large, air-resistant tube flies used in the big rivers of Norway, Finland and Sweden. It's made to handle the biggest salmon on the planet! With no natural enemies like heavy wind or high water, this rod will get the job done where a lesser rod will make line management a lot of work. Excellent line control for big mends in the fast runs where the big fish hold make this our top choice for large rivers and their most demanding "part-time" residents.

    FR181-4 Stinger GLX Handle

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  2. G. Loomis GLX Stinger Two-Hand Fly Rod

    Starting at: $975.00

    The Scandinavian style of two-hand casting was developed in the 1960's. Anglers schooled on the famous salmon and seatrout rivers of Norway and Sweden cast shooting tapers, floating or intermediate shooting heads of 30-45 feet, with mono running line. Instead of holding a fixed length of line as in traditional casting, anglers shoot the entire line in one stroke. This technique uses a much shorter, faster stroke with more emphasis on the lower hand during the cast, sometimes referred to as the "underhand" style.

    Our Stinger Series was originally designed as 3-piece rods, but this year we redesigned them in 4-piece for improved transportability. We also gave them a new name… STINGER GLX. The rod actions remain fast and powerful to help casters create narrow, aerodynamic loops using this underhand dominated casting stroke. Their fast tapers allow you to make overhead casts as long as there is sufficient room for a back cast like on a gravel bar, generating incredible line speed for unbelievable distance - something you might consider for casting from the beach for saltwater species. Because the physical weight of the line reflects the true rating for each rod, we’ve converted our traditional line-size system to grains and grams for a more universal rating convention. Stinger GLX rods feature Recoil guides, the best species-cork available and our exclusive "yin yang" machined reel seat with ivory-style insert and scrimshaw spey fly graphic. The handle shape has been refined, using a slim diameter, extended full-wells profile with a small composite cork butt-cap, giving it a nice finished look as well as providing durability. Each rod comes with a soft, protective rod sock and travel case.

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  3. G. Loomis NRX 1567/8-4 Spey Fly Rod Green
    $1,130.00

    G. Loomis NRX 1567/8-4 Spey Fly Rod Green This positive action 13', #7/8 (480 grain Scandi- 520 grain Skagit head), loves to push long casts using integrated short-head floating lines such as Windcutter II, Delta Short,or SA Spey Evolution. It really shines using Scandi and Skagit (short/compact length head) and monofilament running line. It will manage all but the most heavily weighted winter patterns, with plenty of backbone to pop a cast through rain and wind. It is ideal rod for NW steelhead, and smaller Atlantic salmon applications. A light rod for all seasons.

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  4. G. Loomis NRX 1686/7-4 Spey Fly Rod Green
    $1,050.00

    G. Loomis NRX 1686/7-4 Spey Fly Rod Green Dry flies for steelhead at long range? Long leaders and little bombers for Atlantics? Looking for the big rod that does not overwhelm smaller fish, but has what it takes to deliver major casts, this 14' 6/7 is what you have been searching for. It is especially sweet casting mid-belly or long belly lines rated 6/7. For Scandi casting we'd recommend 28 grams/450grains head weight. It has a progressive taper, and does not bottom out if heavier lines are used. Reach out and touch something with this specialty long and light rod. Something with scales.

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  5. G. Loomis NRX Scandi Two-Hand Fly Rod

    Starting at: $1,130.00

    In the world of flyfishing for salmon, steelhead and to some degree trout, there are two styles of fly rods. Our NativeRun salmon & steelhead fly rods, as well as all of our trout fly rods are considered single-hand rods. As the name implies, they are meant to be cast with one hand. The casting hand manipulates the rod while the off hand controls the line and makes the connection between the rod, the reel and the angler complete. Single-hand salmon and steelhead fly rods range from 9- to 10-feet, with the majority in the 9.5- to 10-foot range. These rods are designed to fish riffles and runs where there's sufficient room for backcasts and you can cover the area without a lot of interference. When the shoreline backdrop is brush or trees, anglers resort to roll casting which requires very little space for a backcast, but it limits your casting range. As long as the current isn't divided into too many channels, or too wide, a single-hand rod will allow you to mend line sufficiently to fish this water effectively. It's when the area behind you doesn't provide enough room for a backcast and the fish are out of reach for roll casting or the holding water is separated from the angler by multiple current speeds that you must turn to a two-hand rod. It's what NRX, NRX Scandi, Greased Line GLX, Dredger GLX, Stinger GLX and VersaSpey are all about. Spey casting is not only a beautiful thing to watch, but intensely satisfying to do. It's not a new style of fishing, but more a revival of a traditional technique made popular over a century ago on Scotland's Spey River. There's a definitive advantage to spey casting, especially on big rivers. Your ability to manage a long line, both in the air and on the water is directly proportional to your success. The long rod is a huge advantage. Imagine - you're up to your waste in the river, the fish are holding in small slot on the other side of some soft water where there's minimal current and it's giving you fits. Now imagine a 14-foot rod that will allow you to not only reach the spot, but make a long-distance mend, giving you that perfect swing... bingo!! Two-hand fly rods can make a tough day on the water successful as well as enjoyable. It's a boon to fly fishers all over the world and thanks to G.Loomis' technology, these oversized fly rods are not only more efficient, they're light as a feather... advantage angler!

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  6. G. Loomis Two Hand Fly Fishing Rod NRX 1568/9-4 Green
    $1,070.00

    G. Loomis NRX Two Hand Fly Fishing Rod NRX 1568/9-4 Green is a smooth, powerful casting 13-footer rated for an 8/9 Scandi head. At 500 grains, it loads perfectly and makes tight narrow loops using the "under hand" cast. At 550 grains with the Skagit method, it will manage all the necessary tips - full sinking, intermediate or floating. We dual rate them in both grams and grains for our worldwide market. While it casts short Scandi-style heads exceptionally well, it's more than capable of handling a wide variety of casting strokes given the proper lines. A wonderful choice for medium to large rivers, it is capable of casting big, weighted flies if necessary to get down in those deep pockets where salmon and steelhead rest on their migratory journey. With NRX, you have unbelievable power and line control in a rod so light it's hard to believe.

    NRX 1568/9-4 Green Handle

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  7. G. Loomis NRX Two Hand Fly Fishing Rod NRX 1689/10-4 Green
    $1,120.00

    G. Loomis NRX Two Hand Fly Fishing Rod NRX 1689/10-4 Green As two-handers get longer, it's a given casting distance increases. The beauty of this great all-around 14-foot 9/10 is the NRX dynamics - insanely light, extraordinary power - so much so it feels like a rod much shorter. It's totally capable of handling heavier heads and is sneaky quick - a bonus when you want to turn over big, weighted flies. Big winter steelhead won't go far to chase down a fly – to put it right in their face, accuracy and line control is everything. Anglers swinging big tube flies on swift Nordic rivers will appreciate the power. Again we dual rate them in both grams and grains for our worldwide market.

    1689/10-4 Green Handle

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  8. G. Loomis NRX Universal Two-Hand Fly Rod

    Starting at: $1,050.00

    NRX is the culmination of what we have been doing at G.Loomis since day one. We have been continually striving to build the best rod on the planet. Laminates, resin, mandrels, components and the know how you expect from us. These NRX rods look like nothing we have built before. They feel better than anything we have built before. We aren't talking about a little better here or a little lighter there...

    What we are saying so there is no confusion... " This is the Best Fly Rod Ever Built!" Period!!

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  9. G. Loomis PRO4x Long Handle Predator Rod 10812/13-4 LHP FR
    $475.00

    G. Loomis PRO4x Long Handle Predator Rods In keeping with the them for a unique, new approach in rod design, the LHP 12/13 is the ultimate in power fly rods to help fly fishers handle big, bulky, air-resistant flies and the wire leaders needed to keep those big toothy critters from cutting you off. It will cast the largest poppers, strip leeches, streamers and heavily weighted flies. Take advantage of the new, aggressive short power taper fly lines of up to 550 grains and fish the heavy cover where the monsters live. As powerful as this rod is, it's still light enough to fish all day and give you a fighting chance for the fish of a lifetime!

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  10. G. Loomis Roaringriver Greased Line Fly Rod FR1688/9-4
    $875.00

    G. Loomis Roaringriver Greased Line Fly Rod FR1688/9-4 is a traditional spey rod that's slightly shorter, but still allows you to cover a lot of water. At 14-feet, the optimal casting range is a moderate 65 to 85-feet. It's a delightful rod for catching steelhead and all but the largest salmon. The moderate action creates smooth D-loops while still generating a lot of power. A great choice for fishing from a canoe like they do on the Miramichi or rivers of the Gaspey Peninsula.

    FR1688/9-4 Greased Line

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  11. G. Loomis Roaringriver Greased Line Fly Rod FR1809/10-4
    $995.00

    G. Loomis Roaringriver Greased Line Fly Rod FR1809/10-4 When you're fishing big water and large flies you need a rod with enough power to handle not only a lot of line, but wind as well. This powerful 15-footer will handle long belly floating lines and wet lines under the most challenging conditions. Thanks to our "progressive power taper" design it has a slightly faster action, creating plenty of power so you can extend your casting range. If you have enough room and the opportunity presents itself to make an overhead cast, the tip will handle the load without tailing the loop. A true powerhouse!

    FR1809/10-4 Greased Line

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  12. G. Loomis PRO4x Long Handle Predator Fly Rod
  13. G. Loomis Roaringriver Dredger Fly Fish Rod FR1658/9-4
    $875.00

    Out of stock

    G. Loomis Roaringriver Dredger Fly Fish Rod FR1658/9-4 When it comes to fishing the rivers of the Northwest, Alaska and British Columbia for big steelhead, this is our go-to rod. Anglers will be able to manage a variety of flies, lines and river conditions, no matter what the weather dishes out. It has a moderate, yet powerful taper allowing you to set your anchor and make long, precise casts to cover water super efficiently. It has enough reserve power to handle 500-550 grain Skagit lines, plus the sink-tip and big flies. If you're looking for the best all around Skagit rod, this is it!

    FR1568/9-4 GLX Dredger Handle

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  14. G. Loomis Roaringriver Dredger Fly Fish Rod FR1689/10-4

    Regular Price: $925.00

    Special Price $554.99

    Out of stock

    G. Loomis Roaringriver Dredger Fly Fish Rod FR1689/10-4 is designed to fish for big steelhead, silvers and chinook salmon. When rivers run swift and deep, this rod is truly in it's element, making light work of handling 600-650 grain Skagit lines plus the heavy sink-tips and big weighted flies. Wind, rain long casts? Not your problem any more! When fishing the likes of the Thompson, the Skagit or the Skeena this is the rod you want. It will even make a nice alternative for traditional spey casting by just dropping down to a mid-belly 8/9 line. GLX makes it light and unbelievably powerful.

    FR1689/10-4 GLX Dredger Handle

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  15. G. Loomis Roaringriver Dredger GLX Fly Rod FR1607/8-4

    Regular Price: $825.00

    Special Price $618.75

    Out of stock

    G. Loomis Roaringriver Dredger GLX Fly Rod FR1607/8-4 is an extremely light rod for summer steelhead and small salmon. It handles a 450 to 475 grain Skagit line, plus the sink-tip. It casts well in light winds with small to medium weighted flies. You'll appreciate how effortlessly this rod covers the water from 50-90 feet. If the conditions are right you can loop on a floating tip and fish dry flies effectively with this rod.

    FR1607/8-4 GLX Dredger Handle

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  16. G. Loomis Roaringriver Greased Line Fly Rod FR1807/8-4

    Regular Price: $990.00

    Special Price $742.50

    Out of stock

    G. Loomis Roaringriver Greased Line Fly Rod FR1807/8-4 This rod has a great feel, with just enough stiffness in the butt-section to punch out long casts and it's light enough to enjoy casting all day long. At the lighter end of the spectrum as traditional rods go, this GLX beauty is a wonderful choice for smaller fish with enough power to handle an oversized surprise. For anglers with less hand strength, looking for a longer rod to help extend their casting range, this is the lightest 15-footer we make. You'll be surprised at how well it turns over a 7-8 long belly line and the distance you can achieve, even casting into a light wind.

    FR1807/8-4 Greased Line

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  17. G. Loomis Roaringriver Greased Line Fly Rod FR1808/9-4
    $995.00

    Out of stock

    G. Loomis Roaringriver Greased Line Fly Rod FR1808/9-4 is the next step up in our 8/9 range of traditional spey rods. The extra foot in length helps you make longer casts and you'll find it also provides better penetration into the wind. It fishes optimally with long belly floating lines, but will handle short to mid-belly sink tips well. If you want to fish shorter bellied lines, increase your line rating by one size. This a versatile rod for most of the salmon species and large steelhead, especially on big the rivers of the Northwest and British Columbia.

    FR1808/9-4 Greased Line

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