G. Loomis IMX Casting Mag Bass Rods

G. Loomis has taken the new G. Loomis IMX Mag Bass Casting Rods to a whole new level thanks to major improvements in IMX technology and new concepts in rod design. The original IMX Rods were the Series that put G. Loomis on the map as the leader in graphite technology. Over 20 years have passed since then, and a lot has changed in the bass fishing world, but IMX is still at the forefront of rod performance and technology.

Up to 15% lighter than the original IMX, the new series continues to push the envelope with surprising power-to-weight ratios and impressive sensitivity. The Mag Bass Series still features the light tip sections and the magnum tapered butt section for the perfect combination of casting distance and lure control along with hooksetting and fish fighting power. New, slender ergonomic handles also provide increased comfort and control, and Fuji K-Frame guides offer incredible durability and also protect the tip section from braided line wrap. Offering technique-specific performance like only G. Loomis and IMX can, the G. Loomis IMX Mag Bass Casting Rods leave no doubt about what’s going on at the end of your line.

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Rod handle lengths are measured from the butt of the rod to the top of the foregrip. [ View Diagram ]

G. Loomis IMX Mag Bass Rod 6'6" Med Hvy 783C MBR

IMX 783C MBR - A 6'6" casting rod that features a moderately fast action for fishing a number of lure types and techniques. It covers the gamut from spinnerbaits, topwaters, and jerkbaits to jigs, worms and small creature baits. If you are looking for one rod to do many things, this is an excellent choice. It's a great all-around bass casting rod.

Taper Line Wt. Lure Wt. Guides Handle Type Handle Length Stock Price Qty
Fast 10-17lb 1/4-3/4oz 9+Tip IMX Mag A 14-1/4" In Stock: 3+ $294.99

G. Loomis IMX Mag Bass Rod 7' Med Hvy 843C MBR

IMX 844C MBR - In this day and age of specialization, this 7-foot casting rod will save you a lot of energy when it comes to selecting the right rod for your fishing style. In fact, if you could only buy one rod to fish bass, whether they're largemouths, smallmouths or spotted bass, this is the one G. Loomis would recommend. You can fish jigs, worms, spinnerbaits, topwaters, jerkbaits or small swimbaits - shallow or deep - even large cranks and lipless baits. it will amaze you with it's versatility. It's not a "one rod" answer for everything bass fishing because you'll find yourself wanting five or six of them! It's light, responsive, powerful and really sensitive.

Taper Line Wt. Lure Wt. Guides Handle Type Handle Length Stock Price Qty
Fast 10-17lb 1/4-3/4oz 9+Tip IMX Mag B 15-1/4" In Stock: 2 $294.99

G. Loomis IMX Mag Bass Rod 7' Heavy 844C MBR

IMX 844C MBR - If you want a rod for fishing big jigs, worms, Carolina-rigs, medium-sized swimbaits and even larger swimbaits, this 7-footer will handle them all. It's got magnum power, but with a slightly softer flex that makes it easy to cast and a little more forgiving on the hookset. It will handle up to 20-pound line and move big fish away from trouble with ease. It's a very versatile big fish rod.

Taper Line Wt. Lure Wt. Guides Handle Type Handle Length Stock Price Qty
Fast 12-20lb 1/4-1oz 9+Tip IMX Mag B 15-1/4" In Stock: 3+ $294.99

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    New and improved, the G. Loomis GLX Cranking Series Casting Rods still deliver the same incredible lightweight characteristics and sensitivity GLX is known for, as well as, the ideal actions and tapers for a variety of cranking applications.

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    The GLX Series continues to improve with the new G. Loomis GLX Flipping & Punching Casting Rods, which are now up to 20% lighter and better balanced than ever before.

  • Back and better than ever, the all-new G. Loomis IMX Jig & Worm Casting Rods feature major improvements in IMX technology, which make them 15% lighter than before as well as far more sensitive and powerful.

  • Up to 15% lighter than the original IMX, the all-new G. Loomis Mag Bass Casting Rods feature major improvements in IMX technology for an impressive power and a strength-to-weight ratio you have to feel to believe.

  • Delivering technique specific performance like only G. Loomis can, the all-new G. Loomis IMX Flipping Casting Rods are 15% lighter than the originals with a strength-to-weight ratio like no other rod in its class.

  • Featuring major improvements in IMX technology - 20 years in the making - the G. Loomis IMX Reaction Casting Rods are 15% lighter, more sensitive and powerful than the originals with the perfect actions and tapers for reaction baits.

  • It doesn't matter if your tossing big TOPWATER plugs for oversized bucketmouths or the tiniest jig to those pesky brown bass, the Loomis Swimbait is your perfect bass rod.
  • Designed to fish topwater baits the way they were meant to be fished, the G. Loomis Topwater Casting Rod Series is comprised of several rods - each of which are perfectly crafted for specific topwater presentations.
  • Living up to their reputation, the next generation G.Loomis GLX Jig & Worm Casting Rods are high performance, extremely lightweight and sensitive fishing tools designed specifically for fishing jigs and soft plastics.

Customer Reviews

Comments: Bought this mag bass on a impulse, I was really skeptical about the tip being too heavy, but once you put your favorite reel on it, it balances out perfectly.  Checking the taper on this mag bass I also thought it was way too stiff, again I was wrong. I took the rod out for a spin at a local golf course, and hooked into a decent bass. And all I could think about was how nicely it loaded up. It is sensitive enough for jigging, jerkbaits, cranks, or drop shots.  If you're looking for a go-to rod, I would recommend this rod. Especially if you're one of those anglers who likes to carry light and use one rod on foot patrol. 

From: Dave: Orange County 2/6/17

Comments: I replaced an old 843 with the new version. Yes, the old version seems to weigh less, which bummed me out. Anyone new to Loomis and checking this rod out in a shop probably wont buy it, it DOES feel tip heavy and unbalanced. But then you put a reel on it. Somehow, it all works. Of course, it's just as sensitive as my old 843, the hook keeper is better, and I do like the trigger even though I thought I wouldn't. It does feel like it has a little more backbone than the old 843. I fished a worm on it yesterday and whacked several fish. I approve.

From: Jay6: USA 4/13/15

Comments: Purchased the 7' MH and paired it with a lews team pro and it is simply amazing how light the combo is. while the rod is a little tip heavy with such a light reel its not as bad as you would think. spooled the combo up with 17lb floro and have been using it for lighter jigs around rocks and in deeper water. plan on purchasing an IMX wrom and jig for thick cover and docks soon.

From: Kendal: GA 11/17/14

Comments: Rods look great, but are tip heavy. The guides are actually large, larger than the guides on the previous MBR series. I have been using G Loomis exclusively for the past 15 years and recently I have been disappointed in their offerings.  This new lineup for the IMX is another one, tip heavy, large guides twist near the tip under load, $300 and not even SIC guides. 

From: Fisherman: TX 11/5/14

Comments: I purchased the 7' Heavy and paired it with a Calais 201 DC. I'm really impressed with this rod. Loomis has never let me down and the new IMX is no exception. Extremely light, sensitive and powerful. Fast shipment as well. I have a feeling I'll be getting another one of these sooner than later!

From: Darren: San Diego, CA 5/19/14

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