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GLOOMIS GLX JIG & WORM SPINNING ROD

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NRX Jig & Worm spinning rods are designed specifically for fishing jigs and soft plastics. They are insanely light, unbelievably sensitive and stronger than you can imagine! They feature split-grip cork handles with Fuji Titanium SIC stripper guides, with the ultra-lite, ultra strong RECOIL guides the rest of the way. 

 

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GLOOMIS GLX JIG & WORM SPINNING ROD

NRX Jig & Worm spinning rods are designed specifically for fishing jigs and soft plastics. They are insanely light, unbelievably sensitive and stronger than you can imagine! They feature split-grip cork handles with Fuji Titanium SIC stripper guides, with the ultra-lite, ultra strong RECOIL guides the rest of the way. These rods are nothing like we've ever made before! They feel different than anything we've ever made before. We aren't talking a little better here or a little lighter there! What we are saying so there is no confusion... "These are the best bass rods ever made... PERIOD!!!"

NRX 803S JWR

There are times when you need the power and action of a casting rod, but at times conditions dictate smaller, lighter baits where a spinning rod is preferred. Whether it's lighter baits or lighter line or both, this NRX rod has all the right stuff. So light and sensitive, when you first pick it up you'll wonder how it will handle those big bass - but once you've hooked one you'll know what we mean. Designed to fish medium-sized soft plastics and light jigs, but it will also handle topwater baits or even spinnerbaits, no problem. There's no doubt about what's going on at the end anymore thanks to NRX.

 NRX 852S JWR

Sometimes it's just difficult, especially in the wind, to cast lightweight lures and smaller soft plastics. That used to be an issue, but no more thanks to NRX technology. First of all, you'll be amazed at how light this rod is and if you doubt the power, just rig it up and give it a try. Only then will you understand what high performance is all about. Add to that sensitivity beyond belief and you've now understand NRX. The extra-fast taper allows you to make low, accurate casts so you can fish right up under the brush - and when a real ‘toad’ grabs your bait, you’ll be in total control. If you need a rod to cast soft plastic jerkbaits and Senko’s, this is the one.


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  • Shank type: 1 section
  • Material rod: High carbon module
  • Rings: Fuji
  • Mango: Cork
  • Cane: Boat (up to 2.4 meters)
  • Dam type: Large predators
    1941 – 2007 Inductee Gary Loomis could not find a fishing rod he was happy with, so he created a company to build the very best one possible – for himself. Before long, the nameG.Loomis had become synonymous with some of the finest fishing rods in the sport. And they were available to everyone. It began with Gary’s love of angling. Born and raised in Centralia, Washington, he fished the rivers of the Cascade Mountains frequently. A self-proclaimed “steelhead bum,” he studied the species exhaustively and continually refined his angling techniques. After high school, Gary spent four years in the Navy as a machinist, and the next ten years working for a machine shop that manufactured specialized equipment for lumber mills. In 1974 Gary began working for Lamiglas rods, in charge of their rod blank production facility. It was during his early years at Lamiglas that Loomis pioneered carbon-fiber technology. In 1980 he started Loomis Composites which launched his own career in the fishing industry, and a year later helped establish Loomis Franklin, a Taiwanese company that became the world’s largest producer of graphite fishing rods. Gary’s devotion to steelheading was absolute and he remained totally absorbed with the notion of a perfect rod. With carbon-fiber technology already under his belt he began thinking about a special graphite. Existing rods simply didn’t work the way he thought they should and it became clear that manufacturing his own rod blanks was a necessity. In 1982 G.Loomis was established. Every piece of the new company’s manufacturing equipment was designed and built by Gary. He continued to spearhead technological improvements and advances and was responsible for creating IMX and GLX, two new materials that provided the lightness and sensitivity he had been seeking for his designs. When Gary succeeded in turning out a rod that met his own standards he had created, in the process, one of the best fishing tools ever manufactured. As the G.Loomis line of high-performance graphite rods raised the bar on tackle technology, the company emerged as an industry leader with a pre-eminent worldwide reputation. Part of Shimano since 1995, G.Loomis recently celebrated its 25th anniversary and continues to carry on the same commitment to excellence and enthusiasm of its founder. By 1995 Gary Loomis had spent a major portion of his life fishing the rivers of his home state, and he knew it was time to give something back to his favorite waters. That something was Fish First, a nonprofit organization dedicated to restoring dwindling salmon and steelhead runs to Washington’s Lewis River system. Fish First’s mission is: “To restore native Pacific Ocean salmon and steelhead runs to levels sufficient enough to support responsible harvest by commercial, tribal and noncommercial fishermen.