G.Loomis® IMX® Series Trigger Rods
These are the rods that put G.Loomis on the map. Crafted with super-high modulus graphite and refined to the highest level of state-of-the-art performance, G.Loomis IMX Series rods are legendary for their distance, accuracy, sensitivity and strength. Did we mention that they're incredibly lightweight, too?
Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 24 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by allaboutfishing1 the perfect rod all you need is this one rod. very versatile sensitive andstrong. lots of back bone.i have the 6'6 m itss all you need. strongly recomend. better the more xpensive rods, i know cause i have some. beleve me you will say the same thing after you will fish wit this rod. happy fishing people April 8, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by FloridaMike67 Pricey but worth the price I have wanted a G. Loomis for about 6 years now but could never justify the price. Well I took the plunge and what a great investment. Well worth the price and they handle unbelievable and hold up well to the Big Bass and Snakehead fishing here in South Florida. I have tried it with several of my reels but now I am looking for a high performance reel to match up with the rod. May 14, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by sparky825 excellent rod i went on a gude trip and these were the rods my guide used. i was blown away by the sensitivity of these rods and i would buy one if the price wasnt so high. this is the best rod i have ever used. November 24, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by THABEAGLE Simply one of the best First off...these are not POLES. These are RODS. Second of all...all rods will break. Sounds like some the broken rods mentioned in previous reviews were probably the owner's fault. Now that I have gotten the basics out of the way, the MBR843C is a VERY versatile rod. Jigs, blades (thats slang for spinnerbait) texas rig, carolina rig, and senkos...and on and on. I own two of them. Yes, I have replaced tips, but they were jacked up due to my fault. You get what you pay for. Go ahead and hold your mid range rod, then pick up an IMX. If you cant notice the difference, something is wrong with you. October 27, 2010
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A:Are you talking about the length of the blank or the handle.
6 1/2' is a great overall length for versatility. You do need to go to at least 7' to fish the Carolina rig and 71/2' to flip.
A:I wouldn't pay too much attention to the stock lengths as much as the action such as med, med heavy, and heavy and length. The longer and heavier rods generally have a little longer butt on them. I personally do not like a very short butt however all the g loomis rods I have seen have not been too short. I say this because I borrowed a rod one time that bruised my ribs on time because the end of the rod was even with my ribs. Handle D is different though. It is a flipping stick and they made it where you can push the into the base. Kinda hard to describe but its sort of like a two piece rod but the rod does not come apart it retracts into its self for easy storing. Very good idea.
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