If you want us to install your free fly line on a reel you MUST select a backing option when purchasing your reel. If you select "No Backing Required", we cannot install your fly line.
G Loomis CrossCurrent Rod
Purchase your G Loomis fly fishing gear at Stillwater Fly shop and save with FREE shipping and pay NO State sales tax!
Grab one of our Cross Current Beach rods and get amongst 'em. Choose G Loomis.
Get a free fly line when you buy your G Loomis fly rod at Stillwater.
Why not top off your purchase of one of our G Loomis fly rods with a free fly line?
As a bonus to our G Loomis customers, we’ll give you a complimentary fly line when you buy any current production of an G Loomis fly rod. Choose among top manufacturers. Just let us know which style and weight of fly line works best for your needs, and we’ll ship it with your purchase of your G Loomis fly rod.
Why order G Loomis fly rods from us?
It’s simple. When you buy G Loomis products from Stillwater Fly Shop, besides getting a great price we include the following perks:
When it comes to saltwater fly fishing, anglers face many challenges. Whether it's billfish or tuna in the blue water or big stripers from the beach, we make the rod. It's not a matter of finesse for the pelagics. You don't need to make long casts or cover a lot of water. You troll teasers to get the fish excited and up close, then you make the cast. Imagine a big striped marlin, all lit up, trying to find the teaser you just drug across his nose. The only thing he sees is a big streamer, looking a lot like the baitfish he just tried to eat... he grabs it, and it's a battle you'll never forget! Don't forget to pull as hard as you can. The deck-hand WILL yell at you. He's not the one with numb forearms and aching wrists. Landing monsters like this on the fly is a lot of work, but is extremely rewarding! Now if you can just manage to stay on your feet for the photo. Did we mention they pull hard too? Now... let's move to the beach. Suppose you're watching a mob scene in the surf with big stripers and blues blitzing just out of range. No matter how hard you try, you just can't seem to get that fly far enough out there to hook up. Maybe it's the wind - it's almost always breezy on the beach. It might be that big fly is a little too much for your single-hand rod or it might be the waves. What do you do? They give you incredible casting range and when you hook a big striper, you'll be amazed how fast you can get him on the sand. This is power personified, plus it's a heck of a lot of fun. We know it's a lot to ask of a fly rod, but it's what we do. We make light, tough, cast far in the wind, power fly rods. It's simple really! They need to get your fly to the fish, fight him fairly (or not) and come back in the same number of pieces you started with. Game on!!