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Vendor G-Loomis

GLX Float Rod

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SKU: 30790

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G-LOOMIS GLX CENTERPIN FLOAT ROD

Center pin rods & reels are not a new concept or technique, but they are new when it comes to today's anglers. The theory behind the technique is a drag-free drift, whether you're fishing bait on the bottom or suspending bait or jigs beneath a float. The reels, extremely smooth single-action models, resemble fly reels and have clicker drag systems to help prevent free-spooling. They have rimmed spools so the anglers can apply the necessary drag by palming the spool. The technique requires a long, light, responsive rod. The older versions were tip-heavy and that made them tiresome to fish. You would spend your entire day trying to keep that tip in a positive, upright position, all the while trying to concentrate on the bite, while battling that tip-heavy, uncomfortable feeling.

That's where G-Loomis and GLX come into play. G-Loomis not only can make the rods longer, more responsive and dynamically lighter, but they have shifted the weight towards the butt-section of the rod. Using a blend of composite and species cork in the handle which helps the G-Loomis GLX Centerpin Float Rod to maintain a delicate balance at the end of the rod and split rings so anglers can position their reel where they want it. Add to that Recoil (nickel-titanium) guides which are about half the weight of standard guides and the GLX Centerpin Float rods by G-Loomis will provide a pronounced Wow!

Product Features:

  • Mid-modulus construction
  • Fiber Blend technology utilizes a marriage of diverse blank materials to obtain performance and price point
  • Multi-Taper Design reinforces potential stress points within the blank while reducing unnecessary graphite material
  • Unsurpassed strength and durability
  • Technique specific rods
  • Handcrafted in Woodland, Washington

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G-LOOMIS GLX CENTERPIN FLOAT ROD

Center pin rods & reels are not a new concept or technique, but they are new when it comes to today's anglers. The theory behind the technique is a drag-free drift, whether you're fishing bait on the bottom or suspending bait or jigs beneath a float. The reels, extremely smooth single-action models, resemble fly reels and have clicker drag systems to help prevent free-spooling. They have rimmed spools so the anglers can apply the necessary drag by palming the spool. The technique requires a long, light, responsive rod. The older versions were tip-heavy and that made them tiresome to fish. You would spend your entire day trying to keep that tip in a positive, upright position, all the while trying to concentrate on the bite, while battling that tip-heavy, uncomfortable feeling.

That's where G-Loomis and GLX come into play. G-Loomis not only can make the rods longer, more responsive and dynamically lighter, but they have shifted the weight towards the butt-section of the rod. Using a blend of composite and species cork in the handle which helps the G-Loomis GLX Centerpin Float Rod to maintain a delicate balance at the end of the rod and split rings so anglers can position their reel where they want it. Add to that Recoil (nickel-titanium) guides which are about half the weight of standard guides and the GLX Centerpin Float rods by G-Loomis will provide a pronounced Wow!

Product Features:

  • Mid-modulus construction
  • Fiber Blend technology utilizes a marriage of diverse blank materials to obtain performance and price point
  • Multi-Taper Design reinforces potential stress points within the blank while reducing unnecessary graphite material
  • Unsurpassed strength and durability
  • Technique specific rods
  • Handcrafted in Woodland, Washington

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