G. Loomis GLX Jig & Worm Series Spinning Rods - $410.00 to $455.00
If you are into lightweight and sensitivity, power and control, then the new and improved G. Loomis Jig & Worm Series Spinning Rods are just what the doctor ordered. Designed specifically for fishing jigs and soft plastics, the G. Loomis GLX J&W Spinning Rods feature Fuji Titanium SIC guides, noted for their light weight and durability, as well as, new proprietary G. Loomis reel seats and split-grip handle configurations. Whether the fish are in heavy cover or just hiding behind a rock, you need a rod that will give you sensitivity to feel the bite and the power to control the fish. Equipped with nice, light tips and more than enough power in the butt-section to handle any situation, the next generation of G. Loomis Jig & Worm Series Spinning Rods deliver the ultimate in sensitivity, power, and application-specific performance anglers have come to expect from the legendary GLX Rod Series.
Backed by Limited Lifetime Warranty
Comments: GLX's and NRX's are well worth the money. They are both incredibly sensitive and have a certain feel to them when you use them that is almost indescribable. The warranties are still stellar so dont listen to the first review. Both glx's and nrx's have a wild card warranty that you apply for for free. Its basically a playing card that says gloomis on it with nrx or glx. If you break your rod in any way (your fault or not) you can present this card along with your rod to any gloomis retailer and it is a no hassel over the counter replacement. If you want the ultimate rod with one of the best warranties you can get in the business get one of the two. Btw shimano has owned gloomis for quite a long time, so this should not detur any one.
From: Tony: south Dakota
Comments: A. learn to spell. B. these rods are awesome C. they still replace rods if they break. as long as it breaks in one place they will replace it for free. if you run it over or something they will replace it for 100 dollars.
From: Landfil: Spokane
Comments: to me this looks like gloomis just took a gl2 rod and put glx on it!!!!! i dont know i say that but its probly better, obviously lighter!!!! but this rod is no way worth that kind of money!!!!!!!!!!!! i mean same with the NRX, i this both of these rods should be priced around high 200s or low 300s and gl2 at 170 and mossy backs 220, and i pissed that shimano bout gloomis!!!!!!!!!!!!!! thats unreal i mean come on i have a lot of gloomises and now i cant get another one if it breaks!!!!!!!:( :( :( gloomis needs to get that awsome warranty back! so people can be happy with them. come on.
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Rod Handle Length:
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