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G. Loomis Pro Blue Series Spinning Rods

5.00 Ounces
Calculated at checkout

Product Description


Knowing that you might run into a genuine “monster of the deep” at any time is what makes saltwater fishing special. It’s what makes you go back, time after time, sea-sickness be damned. It’s the competition and the quarry, it’s big fish on “not so big” gear, it’s kicking your buddy’s butt time after time or just sharing “quiet time” on the water. No matter what your excuse, saltwater fishing can be about as exciting as it gets. Our goal is to help you enjoy the experience, but it doesn’t have to be work. Pro Blue stand-up rods are designed to make your day on the water a lot more enjoyable. At the end of the day, we’d rather have you concentrating on photographs and memories, not sore muscles. These aren’t your average stand-up rods. They’re a blend of the traditional flats rods and bay rods with cork handles, heavy-duty Fuji reel seats, Fuji guides and blanks designed with dynamic, fast-actions that allow you to wrestle big fish without any distractions or malfunctions. These are truly specialized rods. We put a lot of effort in their design and we’re confident you’ll feel the difference immediately. They may feel like lightweights because they are, but there’s a power so intense and so mystical that you’ll wonder how we did it. That’s our secret and your advantage.

Item # Model Rod Length Handle Pieces Line Weight Action Price
11503-01 PBR843S 7' 5001 1 12-25 Fast $255.00
11505-01 PBR844S 7' 5001 1 15-30 Fast $255.00
11888-01 PBR902S 7'6" 305 1 10-20 Ex-Fast $255.00
11508-01 PBR963S 8' 5001 1 12-25 Fast $265.00



Whether you’re pitching plugs into an east rip off Martha’s Vineyard for schoolie stripers or waiting for that tell-tale "tick" of a calico bass off the California coast, this rod has the right stuff. Imagine... a high performance spinning rod with a tip light enough to detect extremely subtle strikes and powerful enough to move even the most stubborn critter away from his sanctuary. Sound like a great combination? It’s that and more! It’s the unbelievable light weight... it’s total control... it’s a unique blend of graphite materials, design and function that nobody does better than G.Loomis. It’s advantage angler!


COBIA!! From the Keys to the Carolinas, these nomadic bruisers provide some of the best action Southern coastal waters have to offer. Knowing your equipment is up to the task is half the battle! This rod has all the right stuff... a powerful, fast-action blank, oversized guides and a handle designed to provide maximum leverage. It’s light enough to fish all day, tough enough to handle everything from tarpon to oversized stripers and blues, not to mention "once-in-a-lifetime" bull dolphin or roosterfish as long as your leg. It’s just what the doctor ordered for fishing fanatics. It’s our way of helping make your days on the water memorable.


Saltwater tough, yet light enough to make you wonder how we did it. That's how we describe our lightest of the brutish Pro Blue Series. It's designed for fishing smaller baits, smaller jigs and softer water, but it doesn't mean smaller fish! Get into a spot where you need lighter line and downsized baits to be successful? This is the rod. Need unbelievable power that seems impossible given the feel of the rod? This is the rod. Looking for a real challenge in any saltwater environment? This is the rod! Get our drift? This is a great rod!


 If you’re competitive like we are and making your day includes out-casting your partner, bringing your fish to the boat while he’s still pinned to the rail, and staying totally fresh while his shoulders ache, this is your rod. Designed for jigs, live-bait and soft plastics, this rod will handle big reds, cobia, small tuna, even small sailfish, and it’s a great choice for silver and king salmon up north. When you’re the only one in your group with the extra casting range to reach those fish on the outside edge of the school, don’t be surprised when your fishing buddy shows up at the dock next trip with one of his own.