Purchase your G Loomis fly fishing gear at Stillwater Fly shop and save with FREE shipping and pay NO State sales tax!
Each aluminum reel seat is machined with our "yin-yang" cutout and has a beautiful ivory-style insert engraved with a classic spey fly graphic. 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:
Greased Line GLX two-hand rods are designed to cast long belly floating lines using a long casting stroke. Over a century ago, Jock Scott wrote of Greased Line fishing and angler A.H.E. Wood presenting a fly, broadside to a salmon to entice the salmon to strike. This traditional form of spey casting maintains a relatively fixed line length of 65 to 100 feet, allowing you to cover water without retrieving or lengthening your line on each cast; keeping you less tired and more focused on your prize. These powerful designs use the full bend of the rod, flexing all the way through the mid-section when fully loaded. These two-hand rods offer the ultimate combination of power and grace in a fly rod and provide you with perfect swing speed and fly control. For spey casts 60 to 120 feet, these Greased Line two-hand fly rod series will truly allow you to fish the water "Fine and Far Off!" All seven models are GLX and feature the finest components, including Hopkins & Holloway stripper guides with Recoil snake guides and tip-top. We use the finest cork available and the grips are fitted with special composite cork end-caps, not only enhancing the look of the rod, but increasing the handle's durability.