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G. Loomis PRO4x 2-Hand

We took a page from our NRX blank technology to develop a new series of fly rods that "new-to-the-sport" and intermediate flyfishers will learn to appreciate and expert anglers will wonder how this much performance gets packed into such an affordable package. A new taper design along with a noticeable weight-reduction in the upper half of the blank allows us to make a fly rod that is incredibly light, recovers quickly and casts with unbelievable precision. It's the G.Loomis way... reduce as much weight as possible, take total advantage of the materials and create a taper that is dynamic, efficient and user-friendly. They are as beautiful to look at as they are to cast. A rod any flyfisher would be proud to own!!
G. Loomis PRO4x 1505/6-4 - 12'6" 5/6wt
$495.00
Length: 12'6"
Line Weight: 5/6
Pieces: 4
Scandi grams/grains: 24 g/360 gr
Skagit grams/grains: 26 g/400 gr
Power: Medium-Stiff
Taper: Moderate-Fast

G. Loomis PRO4x 1506/7-4 - 12'6" 6/7wt
$495.00
Length: 12'6"
Line Weight: 6/7
Pieces: 4
Scandi grams/grains: 26 g/400 gr
Skagit grams/grains: 28 g/450 gr
Power: Medium-Stiff
Taper: Moderate-Fast

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G. Loomis PRO4x 1567/8-4 - 13' 7/8wt
$525.00

Length: 13'0"
Line Weight: 7/8
Pieces: 4
Scandi grams/grains: 30 g/460 gr
Skagit grams/grains: 34 g/520 gr
Power: Medium-Stiff
Taper: Moderate-Fast
A 13', #7/8 two-hand rod designed to make long casts using an integrated short-head floating line. It's really effective using Scandi and Skagit (460 grain Scandi or 520 grain Skagit head) with a section of monofilament running line. It will handle most winter patterns, with plenty of backbone to cast in all weather conditions. A beautiful, light two-hand rod for steelhead and small salmon!

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G. Loomis PRO4x 1568/9-4 - 13' 8/9wt
$525.00

Length: 13'0"
Line Weight: 8/9
Pieces: 4
Scandi grams/grains: 34 g/520 gr
Skagit grams/grains: 38 g/580 gr
Power: Medium-Stiff
Taper: Fast
A powerful 13', #8/9 two-hand rods designed to fish either the Scandinavian method (500 grains) or the Skagit technique (560 grains). Using the Skagit method, it will turn over all the necessary tips (full sink, intermediate or floating) and will cast the new short Scandi-style heads exceptionally well, but it's capable of handling a wide variety of casting styles with matching fly lines. Capable of casting large, weighted flies it is a great choice for medium to large rivers and big fish. NRX makes a rod so light it's incredible with more than enough power for any two-hand challenge!

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G. Loomis PRO4x 1689/10-4 - 14' 8/9wt
$550.00

Length: 14'0"
Line Weight: 9/10
Pieces: 4
Scandi grams/grains: 38 g/580 gr
Skagit grams/grains: 42 g/640 gr
Power: Medium-Stiff
Taper: Fast
This 14' 9/10 really shows what NRX can do! It's insanely light for all that power and fishes like a much shorter rod. A quick tip gives you plenty of confidence to handle heavier heads which is critical if you're fishing heavy flies. True tracking provides accuracy and line control so important when fishing swift, technical runs. Anglers swinging big tube flies on swift Nordic rivers will appreciate the power of this rod. For Skagit heads, use 40 grams/600 grains. One of our better all around heavy-duty winter rods!

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G. Loomis PRO4x 18010/11-4 - 15' 10/11wt
$575.00

Length: 15'0"
Line Weight: 10/11
Pieces: 4
Scandi grams/grains: 42 g/650 gr
Skagit grams/grains: 45 g/700 gr
Power: Medium-Stiff
Taper: Fast
When casting conditions are tough and you are looking for maximum distance and line control, you want a big rod. One that can cover a lot of water with minimal effort. It's an all day thing and you can't afford to lose focus if you're thinking too much about the rod and the effort to get the fly out there. This is the most powerful two-hander we make in our "Fiber-blends", but you would never notice it. It's totally capable of handling long heads up to 40' or more and cast a tube flies on big water, providing total coverage in the deep, fast runs. The grams-rating listed is for Scandi-style casting. Use 700 grains for Skagit heads and don't forget to smile for the camera!!! It's a big-water, big-fish powerhouse!