The worldwide pastime of fishing is a great family sport and great fun no matter what type of fishing you want to do or what species of fish you are looking to catch.
Looking for the perfect rod? You have come to the right place. American Legacy Fishing carries the world's largest G. Loomis inventory. Also, with a large selection of rods from 13 Fishing, Daiwa, Dobyns, and Shimano, we are your onestop shop for all things fishing.
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Starting at: $345.00
Steelhead anglers on the tributary rivers and stream of the Great Lakes have been fishing with floats for a number of years. It's kind of like fishing for bluegill with a bobber and bait, but the current can be a lot swifter, the fish a lot bigger and the anglers a little older (at least chronologically). These rods are long for good reason. You need to be able to mend your line so you can maintain a drag-free drift and cover as much water as you can, plus when you lift the tip to set the hook, you can move a lot of line which is especially important when the floats are set deep or you’re at the end of a long, extended drift. The extra length also helps protect lighter line, especially considering the size of the fish.Learn More
Starting at: $395.00
Whether you're trolling, drifting with the tide or motor mooching, you need a rod with a butt-section powerful enough to help you control a large salmon, but soft enough in the upper half of the blank to allow the fish to "mouth" the bait until they are ready to eat it. The strike is very visual and can be difficult to figure out at times. The best bet is to let the salmon strike, mouth the bait and then let him take it. Sometimes, the fish pull the rod tip all the way into the water, other times all you get is slack, but it really doesn't matter... just grab the rod and hang on. Do you really need a rod that's incredibly light and sensitive when it may only be fished from a rod holder? Not really, but when you fight fish all day long you'll really appreciate the light weight and power that IMX delivers. It puts you in total control and takes all the work out of it.Learn More
Starting at: $295.00
Whether you're back bouncing, mooching, back-trolling, plugging, using spinners, or dropping one of these specialty rods will help you get fish in the boat. G. Loomis Salmon Casting Rods have unique actions and rod designs made to give you the optimum advantage. Techniques vary from region to region, waterway to waterway. There are lots of techniques that on any given day will produce fish. G. Loomis Salmon Salmon Casting Rods are available in 10 different models that can accommodate almost any technique and any size fish. Every rod is built with premium components and includes the G. Loomis Limited Lifetime Warranty. Every rod is Made in the USA.Learn More
G. Loomis Salmon Spinning Fishing Rod SAR1084S is our standard mooching rod, but in spinning configuration for those who prefer not to use a casting reel. It' s designed to fish cut-bait, flashers or lures in the ocean. When mooching or trolling it will handle up to 6-ounces, but will cast only a couple of ounces effectively. Drift fishermen can use it in the river for casting or plunking. You can throw heavy spoons and spinners as well using this rod. It will handle even the largest of the salmon species, right along with silvers, chums and pinks, no problem!