G.Loomis® Mossyback Spinning Rods
Doesn't matter what you're throwing, you need to know what it's doing at all times. These special bass rods are made from a unique graphite blend, with very quick tapers that telegraph every move and flutter from your bait. The fast actions also enable you to use a shorter casting stroke, for incredible accuracy with very little fatigue. Each precision blank is fitted with AFTCO® Alconite® guides and rounded, super-durable composite cork butt ends. So light, so effortless, you may not even remember holding a rod at the end of the day!
Rated 5 out of 5 by 6 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by kennyop Another great g loomis rod! I already had a Bronzeback paired with a Stradic CI4 reel that I absolutely love and this rod is as loveable if not more so. Seems to have a little more backbone. But they are both light, awesome and with incredibly great feel. May 11, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by csc073 Excellent rod Bought this rod specifically to fish weightless stick baits and am very pleased. The rod is extremely light and sensitive with plenty of power to fish in heavy weeds. April 12, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by tloru mossyback Awesome rod. This is number 6 in my loomis arsenal.My first mossyback. Light, Strong,and,Sensitive. Amazing February 12, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by RBKING great tube rods I use the 7'1" M for throwing tubes in Lake Erie. This is my "go to" tube rod for Small mouth because the added length allows me to cast farther in the clear waters of Lake Erie. Plus this rod is rediculously sensitive! I can feel the fish breath on my lure in 30 feet of water, it is incredible. It is super light, super strong, and will handle any smallie pulling its heart out! Great rod! March 10, 2010
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Details:I'm looking to buy a good quality spinning rod that I can put some 10lb braid and 8lb fluoro leader on and fish a texas rigged worm. I fish clear lakes so the smaller line is a must. I was looking at buying a carrot stix but it seems every review I look at mentions the breaking problems so I have tended to stray away from that idea. Can someone please give me some feedback on this rod? I'm looking at the 6'8 M
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The BSR802, (6'8" Med.) is definitely the best rod for your application you have described. I personally use this as my go to spinning rod for my smallmouth fishing, but this rod will have all the power needed to pull big largies out of deep brush. Pick one up, you will be nothing but impressed! Good luck
A:I have had three Carrot stiks, two broke and were replaced my 10 year old sons fish with them know. I have fished with the Carbonlite and New Abu Garcia Veritas on Lake texoma and both a very capable of handling up to 6lb smallmouths. They have great backbone and flex to move the fish and allow you to play the fish at the same time.
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