G.Loomis Swimbait Casting Rod
G.Loomis® Swimbait Casting Rod's featherweight construction generates increased casting distance, greater accuracy, more sensitivity— and less fatigue than costlier rods.
Largemouth bass thrive in weedy lakes, holding in and around thick brush and sunken debris. With this many obstacles submerged between you and your trophy largemouth, the best way to ensure your rod is not another obstacle to overcome is to equip yourself with a G.Loomis Swimbait Casting Rod. Designed to cover every possible method, bait, lure and technique used to catch trophy bass, you're certain to find your perfect bass rod below, regardless of whether you bounce soft plastics or cast oversized topwater plugs.
Do you need to put that 2 oz. bait right between a floating dock and seawall? Or maybe you need the perfect balance of muscle and a soft sensitive tip? The 7'6'' 904 Swimbait rod has the backbone to wrestle big ones after they've ''kissed'' your bait. The soft and sensitive tip has just the right amount of play in it to toss those lighter baits into all of those tight places.
The 955 Swimbait Rod is one of the more versatile swimbait rods available. Capable of launching all but the largest baits with backbone for a great hookset and the muscle to overpower and haul in trophy fish. The line weight and action of this rod allows you to cover all the water you want and still have your arms intact at the end of the day.
The 956 Swimbait Rod offers the perfect action and line weight for throwing those large, rubber, bottom bouncing, trout swimbaits as well as the large wooden wake baits. This 7'11'' rod is designed with a softer tip to load the lighter 8'' and 9'' baits for release to those distant targets with the backbone to accommodate even some monster bass on their trip back to the boat.
A dream rod for every trophy hunter, the action and balance of the 957 Swimbait Rod allows anglers to throw monster 9'' to 16'' baits all day long with minimal fatigue. Measuring in at 7'11'', and built to handle whopping 10 oz. baits on 25 to 60 lb. test line, the 957 Swimbait Rod is not only perfect for large baits, but has more than enough power to set the hook on those beastly baits when a trophy takes them.