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G Loomis IMX Pro Blue Spinning Rods

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Rod Model: IMX-PRO 842S XF

With the G Loomis IMX Pro Blue Spinning Rods it's deja vu all over again! This old favorite got a makeover, and it will be your new favorite! The Pro Blue is lighter and more responsive than it's extremely popular predecessor due to the incorporation of the proprietary "multi-taper technology" that GLoomis debuted with the E6X Inshore Series.
The Pro Blue series comes in four unique tapers, all featuring Loomis' multi-taper technology and top quality Fuji K Frame guides while the heavier models sport a rubber gimbal.
Model Selection:

IMX-PRO 842SXF: The lightest in the IMX Pro Blue series, suiting itself well for tossing soft plastics and small artificials to schoolies as well as light metals and albie snax to the hardtails.  Combine this with a Shimano Stradic or a Van Staal VR50 and you can have a combo not much heavier than a large coffee.

IMX-PRO 843SF: A rod model that can be used for a wide variety of light tackle species and techniques, such as dropping jigs to blackfish, seabass, and fluke and also throw artificials to stripers, blues, hardtails and more.  Its tip section is easily able to work spook style baits but has enough power in the mid and butt section to pull critters out of deep cover. This model can command and conquer numerous light tackle species we see here in the Northeast!

IMX-PRO 844SMF: Coming in with a slightly slower action than the 844SF, it is ideal for tossing live baits such as eels or dropping bucktails for ocean fluke.  Like the rest of the Pro Blue models, it is light enough to fish all day but features enough backbone to pull fish from the depths. 

IMX-PRO 844SF:The redesigned version of the older Pro Blue 844 which had been the tried and true shop favorite.  From throwing large plugs such as docs to stripers and then hitting up small tuna and other lighter pelagic species this rod covers so many beloved gamefish.

 

 Rod Model Length Pieces Line Rating (lb) Action Power Handle Rear Grip Fore Grip Overall
IMX-PRO 842S XF 7' 1 10-30lb Ex-Fast Med-Light E 9" 1.5" 15.38"
IMX-PRO 843S F 7' 1 15-50lb Fast Medium F 11" 4" 19.88"
IMX-PRO 844S MF 7' 1 20-65lb Moderate-Fast Med-Heavy G 13" 4" 21.88"
IMX-PRO 844S F 7' 1 20-65lb Fast Med-Heavy G 13" 4" 21.88"
IMX-PRO BLUE 843S MF 7' 1 15-50lb Medium Fast Medium
IMX-PRO BLUE 874S F 7'3" 1 20-65lb Fast Medium Heavy
IMX-PRO BLUE 902S F 7'6" 1 10-30lb Fast Medium Light
IMX-PRO BLUE 903S F 7'6" 1 15-30lb Fast Medium
IMX-PRO BLUE 953S F 7'11" 1 15-50lb Moderate Fast Medium
IMX-PRO BLUE 964S MF 8'0" 1 20-65lb Moderate Fast Medium Heavy