G. Loomis 3P vs 4P

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G. Loomis 3P vs 4P

Postby Hybridmachine » Wed Feb 19, 2020 12:56 pm

I'm in the market for a new 6" - 7" Senko rod. Yet, I want to be able to pitch beavers with a 3/8 - 3/4oz tungsten. Pretty much looking for a all around "Flipping Stick"

I've always used Falcon rods and I use their Old School Tel 7'6 H Flippin Stick as my senko rod. Love the power/bend of this rod. Perfect for the CA Delta. Its just getting old and want to upgrade!

I'm not to familer with Loomis powers.... Two rods I'm looking at are the IMX-PRO 903C and IMX-PRO 904C.

The G. Loomis guys, Would you suggest the 3 or 4 power ?


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Re: G. Loomis 3P vs 4P

Postby gixxer464 » Wed Feb 19, 2020 1:24 pm

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Re: G. Loomis 3P vs 4P

Postby Mitch » Wed Feb 19, 2020 2:07 pm

DITTO---4. You want some flex in the tip, but have plenty of back back bone. I like the 844/843/904 for flipping, pitching senkos and jigs.
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