G Loomis Freshwater Spinning

G Loomis freshwater spinning rods come in many models and price ranges but they all have one thing in common, quality. All of us have at least a few G Loomis Spinning rods in our inventory.

The G Loomis SR6010 is a sweetheart of a crappie rod, and it'll be your best friend on a little trout stream.


The G Loomis SJR720 incorporates an ultra-light tip and a strong butt section, making it a very good choice for spotted bass.



We've added a little extra length for longer casts on the G Loomis SR661, and just a smidgen more power to make a good panfish rod even better.



Soft enough to protect light line, yet subtly strong and responsive, the G Loomis SR781 is a classic ultra-light trout rod.


When you need a little more power, but still want a one-piece light-action rod, the G Loomis SR782 is the perfect choice.



It may not have the powerful butt that you'll find in the Spin Jig series, but it's more than adequate for large trout.


The G Loomis SR841 is a dandy two-piece, ultra-light spinning rod, designed for lakes and ponds where longer casts and lighter line lead to success.


Ideal for 6-pound test, the G Loomis SR842 has sufficient backbone to handle small bonefish and works well for shad.



The G Loomis SR843 will handle small bass and walleye nicely, and it makes a good finesse rod for warm-water species when lighter line is a must.


Best suited for 8 or 10-pound line and 1/2-ounce lures, the The G Loomis STR1024S rod is surprisingly strong.


Because it has the power to move big fish, the G Loomis STR1025S is a good choice for both boat and bank fishing.


The G Loomis STR1082S is perfect for summer-run steelies in low, clear water conditions and 6 to 8-pound line.