G.Loomis IMX-Pro V2S 790-4


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G.Loomis IMX-Pro V2S 790-4 fly rod

9’0″ 7-weight, 4-piece saltwater fly rod
Comes with cordura-covered PVC case and partitioned cloth liner


  1. This model feels more like a member of the freshwater series than the V2S saltwater group. It’s a really pleasant caster with an SA Amplitude MPX or comparable weight forward line, but the action of the rod is “medium-fast” rather than “fast,” so I would prefer it for heavy trout techniques rather than on the flats. It casts a Rio Bonefish line adequately, but you can’t hammer it into the wind and it takes a precise stroke to coax tight loops out of the rod. It is very well suited for casting nymph/indicator rigs, bass bugs, mice and other wind-resistant outfits because the tip and mid-section flex with less line speed, forming casting loops even with a rig that doesn’t really want to cast. For heavy trout streamers, however, I prefer the IMX-Pro V2 7810-4. Overall, I would describe this model as versatile and capable, but neither as light nor crisp as a more specialized saltwater 7-weight.

    John Duncan (Telluride Angler)
  2. The 790/4 IMX Pro V2S is a rod that seemingly lacks clear identification. While it is in the saltwater specific IMX Pro V2 lineup, it is not like the other rods in the series. If I didn’t know better, I would mistake it as a freshwater rod. It is still a nice and smooth caster but it doesn’t have much power especially when paired with a saltwater style flats line like the Rio Elite Bonefish. More so than any other rod in the series this rod is hard to figure out. It is nice and light in hand, which may be its most redeeming quality.

    Parker Thompson (Telluride Angler)
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