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Temple Fork Outfitters Gary Loomis Signature Series Freshwater Spinning Rod

   

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Length Power Other specs Quantity Price & availability

6'

Ultra Light

Action:
Moderate

Line Weight:
2-6 lbs.

Lure Weight:
1/32 - 3/8 oz.

Pieces:
2

Handle Chart Reference:
A

Model:
TFGFWSF601-2
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Temple Fork Outfitters™ Gary Loomis Signature Series Freshwater Spinning Rods is the next generation of affordable, high-performance rods designed by the legendary Gary Loomis. This innovative hybrid blanks combine high-modulus carbon fiber (for lightweight sensitivity) and mid-modulus carbon fiber (for durability) to deliver true high-end feel and performance at a price any angler can afford. Superior components are the rule, including stainless steel chromium-impregnated guides with SiC inserts and radically split grips with super-comfortable burl and cork rings. To help anglers better organize their setups and maximize their fishing time, each rod is color-coded by tip action, from the grip split up to the hook keeper. Manufacturer's limited lifetime warranty.

  • Designed by the legendary Gary Loomis
  • Innovative hybrid blanks combine high-modulus carbon fiber and mid-modulus carbon fiber
  • Stainless steel chromium-impregnated guides with SiC inserts
  • Radically split grips with super-comfortable burl and cork rings
  • Each rod is color-coded by tip action

The TFO Color ID System
Every rod in the Gary Loomis TFO Signature Series is color coded by rod action to help keep you organized while on the water. Throughout the line, Silver always equates to Medium Light, Red to Medium Heavy, and so on. The special coloration appears in the butt section only, from the grip split to the hook keeper.

Temple Fork Outfitters Gary Loomis Signature Series Freshwater Spinning Rod 4.4 5 18 18
Love this Rod This Spring I spent hours methodically going thru every rod in stock at BPS in Lawrenceville, GA. I was looking for an ultra light spin rod for trout fishing W NC from blue lines to big rivers. The nano second I picked this rod up, I loved the feel of it. I got a 6'6" FWS-622-1 which is a "light" with the coppery orange colour. TFO's colour coding is genius when you're looking at a huge row of rods. I wanted and am still looking for the ultra-light TFO which is mossy green(they're sold out) but I'm glad I got this rod. Its excellent for fishing big rivers where long casts are needed and its not too stiff for trout fishing. I pair it with a Shimano Stradic 2500 and 8# Spider Wire for trout. Glad I was forced into buying a one piece. I had forgotten how much better they are for feeling strikes. This rod wasn't cheap but with the limited lifetime warranty and pleasing performance, it was a good value for my money. Its sharp looking too! July 3, 2011
Excellent Smallmouth Rod I river fish for smallmouth bass while wading various rivers in Tennessee. This is the best $100.00 rod I have ever used for that purpose. It is excellent with small tube jigs with up to 1/8 oz. of weight. My line of choice is 6lb fluorocarbon. The 6' 6" length in Medium-Light is just right. I have caught hundreds of fish on this rod and several in the 6 pound range. Highly recommended. Just a note...I have purchased 5 of these rods for myself and friends. May 30, 2011
Gary Loomis Freshwater rod Very nice feel, 3 lb large mouth caught the day after the rod arrived!!! April 22, 2013
great rod . purchased the 6-6 light, one-piece. i thought about the ultralight but wanted a rod that could handle a heavier fish (in case i hook a monster). i mostly fish the high sierra mountains for trout and an occasional local bass from "park" lakes. at bass pro, i handled the ultralight and light, and as before, decided on the light just by feel (of the two rods). after i brought my new rod home, i compared it to my previous ultralight and it was STIFF! i began to worry... would i feel a "trout tug" when one hit?? i took it to a local park and began to fish with it. i got nibbles from a small bass using a spoon and a crappie using a small plastic worm, ok... i guess i could feel a bite on this rod. unfortunately, i did not land either fish. today, i used it as a tenkara rod and tied on a red chironomidae larvae. i caught a 2-1/2 "inch" bass with it. the GLoomis feels stiff, but when that tiny fish was tugging on my "light" rod, i could feel every wiggle that the little guy had to give. this is now my new favorite rod. it fishes like a dream. the tip is very sensitive. that tip action translates (very well, i might add) all the way through the rod and into the handle. you'll feel any and all tugs! going to the mammoth lakes area in two weeks, can't wait to catch a monster fish with my new and great TFO rod! . . August 8, 2013
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These vs. BPS Extreme?

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These are the same price as the BPS Extreme 6'6" M and ML spinning rods that I use and like. How do they compare? Thanks.
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The TFO rods are like a $300-$400 rod for $100 and had a full lifetime warranty they fell consistent in the water and can pull large fish out of the water but they run heavy so get a light if you want a medium light and so on I have 3 of TFO spining rods and 1 fly rod I love them all
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Both are good rods. It will pretty well come down to their personal preference.
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