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G.Loomis® Drop Shot Rods

   

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6'10"

Med Lt

Line Weight:
6-12 lbs.

Lure Weight:
3/16 - 1/2 oz.

Pieces:
1

Model:
11363-01
  • $270.00

  • SKU: 989226

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6'10"

Ultra Light

Line Weight:
4-8 lbs.

Lure Weight:
1/8 - 3/8 oz.

Pieces:
1

Model:
11281-01
  • $260.00

  • SKU: 954424

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There are other high-modulus graphite rods as tough and durable as the GL3, but not one of them can match it for weight. Its featherweight construction generates increased casting distance, greater accuracy, more sensitivity— and less fatigue than costlier rods.

 Extremely quick taper, soft tip for twitchin' in place!

The G.Loomis Drop Shot Rods offer the perfect balance of subtlety and strength to enable anglers to take finesse fishing to its zenith. Incredibly light, sensitive and responsive, Drop Shot Rods are built with the power to bury a hook at long range without a sweep set. Fitted with Special Mag taper for extra hauling power, these drop shot rods also feature Fuji® Alconite® guides, Fuji ECS blank-thru reel seat, and premium cork handle. 1-piece rods.

Rated 5 out of 5 by 7 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by awsome i have the mag medium and i fished it a few times and all i got to say its once u pick it up thats it u wont put it down. just awsome. absolutly awsome. feels great. u can tell its a loomis rod. happy fishing people. March 17, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by G.Loomis = Quality Had 2 great days at Diamond Valley Lake with this rod. Would recommend to any one, sensitive and paired with Shimano Ci4 cant be beat. November 2, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by DS822 The DS822 is very sensitive rod that I use with 8 lb. line. Not only is it a great drop shot rod, it is also effective in casting light shakey head jigs and grubs. March 4, 2008
Rated 5 out of 5 by 911 fishing for emergency use or every day pleasure.one of the lightest most sensitive rods i ever used.excelent for any style of finess fishing February 6, 2008
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Medium vs light

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I'm curious what version people go with. Ideally I was looking for a medium light but loomis drop shot rods are rated 'mag-light or mag-medium".

I would appreciate any feedback. Thanks!
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if you want it for bass go with mag medium which realy means medium and the mag lite means medium light. this is just a terminoligy loomis uses.
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Just curious what everybody thought about the comparison. They have similar components, except the new series of the LT has the split reel seat. I own a St. Croix Avid and LOVE it, but this rod is sweet looking and I've heard that Loomis might be even better in terms of sensitivity. So what do you think?
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thats a tough question, cause i have both rods and its realy hard to make a difference since they r both extrimly good and sensative. if u like the split handle go with the legend tournament. you wont go wrong ither way.
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yes it dioes. minimum a 7 ft mh to h rod. in very heavy cover definitly use a h rod.7' to 7'6. for drop shooting 6'8 to 7' ml to m.
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Rod choice as always, is a matter of personal preference. Try a 6’9” or 7' medium light fishing pole with an extra fast tip.
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