About Temple Fork Outfitters Gary Loomis Saltwater Spinning Rod- 1-Piece
Closeouts. With a Portuguese-cork handle and fast action, Temple Fork Outfitters' Gary Loomis Saltwater spinning rod is perfect for your next ocean-bound foray.
Specs about Temple Fork Outfitters Gary Loomis Saltwater Spinning Rod- 1-Piece
- Fighting butt: Yes
- Type of cork: Portuguese
- Rod material: Graphite
- Weight: 4.1 oz.
- Recommended use: Saltwater
- Made in Korea, Republic of
Temple Fork Outfitters
|Green||Extra Heavy||6'0" or 6'6"|
|Brown||Heavy||6'0" or 6'6"|
|Red||Medium Heavy||6'0" or 6'6"|
|Gold||Medium||6'0" or 6'6"|
|Silver||Medium Light||6'0" or 6'6"|
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Most Helpful 5-Star Review
Quantum Catalyst PTiC Spinning Reel (also on sale here) and now have a perfectly balanced combo. I can't wait for this mean winter to thaw out so I can catch some fish... Read More
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Daveh from Virginia on Wednesday, October 7, 2015Have other Temple Fork freshwater spinning rods and love them. Thought I'd give the saltwater version a spin. Looks great and appears to be same high quality fit and finish as my other TFO rods. Like the hook keeper which is open so drop shot rigs can be accommodated. This is the 6 footer. Will be looking for the 7 footer too.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Anonymous from virginia on Wednesday, July 2, 2014light weight ,tough casts like a dream
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Wadefish from Florida on Monday, May 19, 2014A solid rod and good value for price. The rod butt is a bit short for good leverage.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Bonefish from Charleston SC on Friday, May 9, 2014Bought 2 of these rods for inshore saltwater in SC. Reds, trout, sheeps, etc. Basically bought because of the name but saw some decent quality ratings on other sites.
1 of the rods arrived broken in 2, I guess that's the problem with shipping a 6'6 single piece rod in a cardboard box.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by bassmaster from California on Wednesday, April 23, 2014Very well made rods. The ones I purchased are medium heavy action. If you want to fish for panfish or black bass I suggest a lighter action. This is not
a complaint about the rods. They are very well made.
Question & Answer
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“What are the line size and lure size ranges for the 3 options MH, H and EH options. I don't see these listed except for one rod and I don't know which one.? I looked at the vendor site and don't see these listed for the SPINNING rods. ”
“What is the length of the rod section from rod butt to reel seat and what is the length of the foregrip?|These are dimensions that many anglers will want to know before purchasing such a rod.”
The length from the rod butt to the reel seat is 10", the length of the foregrip 7 1/4".