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G Loomis popping rods were
originally designed for casting livebait (mainly shrimp), under a popping cork
out on the flats, but freshwater anglers have found umpteen other uses for them
as well. These rods have a relatively soft tip, which allows your bait to
land softly and quietly, even on long casts, another plus when the water's kiknny and fish spook easily. At the same time, they're powerful rods,
capable of handling suprisingly large fish. They come in a variety of
lengths for different applications. Teh top four guides and tip-top
feature oversized rings to handle large knots for shock tippets.
The PR842S is a truly outstanding spinning rod for bonefish on the flats,
the 842 has a light tip, yet plenty of power in the butt section to handle jigs,
surface lures or live bait. It fishes at its best with 8 pound line.
Freshwater trout anglers will like it for trolling with blades and bait for lake
trout and large rainbows.