G-Loomis STR 1025 S (GL2)
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Length: 8ft 6in Handle: C Pieces: 2 Line Weight: 8 - 17lb Lure Weight: 3/8 - 1oz Action: Fast Power: Med-Heavy A good spinning rod for winter steelhead where you need a little more backbone to fish the heavier weight necessary to maintain bottom contact in high water conditions and fast current. For salmon fishing it has sufficient power to fish kings, but is actually better suited for silvers and chums. It's a good choice for either boat or bank fishing, designed primarily for those anglers that prefer spinning rods over casting. Powerful and reliable... that's GL2. Looking for a rod to make longer casts in light saltwater situations? This one will do a great job! These are the rods that put G.Loomis on the map. They are light, sensitive and extremely efficient. In our opinion, the two most important factors in a steelhead rod are sensitivity and line control. Itâ€™s amazingâ€¦ as big as these fish are, their bite is so subtle that if you donâ€™t have an extremely sensitive rod you can miss a lot of fish. Drift fishermen, whether fishing from a boat or the shore, face many variables. Water levels fluctuate depending on the weather. Some rivers are low and clear, requiring light line and a stealthy approach, while others are big and more off color, allowing heavier gear and no finesse at all. Rod length is important! Anglers fishing small coastal streams can get by with a short rod while longer rods work much better on big rivers. A longer rod gives you a more direct angle of entry into the water and that means less line drag from the current. Less drag means more sensitivity and knowing what's going on at the end of your line is what makes the difference. G.Loomis steelhead rods are designed with a dynamic, sensitive tip and a moderately powered butt that allow you to fish a variety of line weights and lure sizes. We make several different lengths and power-ratings, giving you numerous options for most fishing conditions. Select the rod that best matches your requirements giving careful consideration to the different levels of graphite performance.