NRX+ 7100-4


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SKU: glo-nrx-7100

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Product Description

G.Loomis NRX+ 7100-4 fly rod

10’0″ 7-wt, 4-pc rod  with case and liner

~ Single foot recoil guides
~ Titanium SiC stripper guides
~ Micro full Wells grip, AAA cork quality
~ Custom aluminum reel seat with walnut insert (490-4, 590-4, 595-4)
~ Custom all-aluminum reel seat with fighting butt (4100-4, 5100-4, 690-4, 6100-4)
~ Aluminum rod case with partitioned cloth liner
~ Handcrafted in Woodland, Washington



  1. A superb fishing tool, this rod has endless capability at distance.  It casts overhead and with every permutation of single hand Spey stroke with command and touch.  To me, the other 10-footers in this series were a little smoother in the 30-50 foot range, but that’s splitting hairs.  Compared to any other 10-foot 7-weight, this rod wins in every category of performance.  Fish it with any common salmon/steelhead fly line for terrific results.  As with other 10-foot rods, I prefer a line with a long taper to give this long single handed fly rod a chance to manipulate the fly line best at distance.  On that level, I recommend a Rio InTouch Salmo/Steelhead line, SA Andro taper, SA Distance Taper or at least an SA MPX over weight forward lines with shorter heads, such as the Rio Gold.

    John Duncan (Telluride Angler)
  2. I can’t say enough about the 10-foot NRX+ rods. The NRX+ 7100 is best in class for its line weight and length. For the angler looking for a single handed rod to chase steelhead and salmon without jumping to an 8-weight, this is your stick. Overhead casting is a breeze and a welcomed relief compared to other 10-foot 7-weights and as one would expect roll casting with this rod is pure magic. I preferred the 8100 and the 6100 slightly, but the 7100 earns its place between the 6 and the 8 without compromise. Select this rod if the 8 is too much or you’re looking to do some heavy streamer trout fishing from the bank as well as hunt for sea run fish.

    Richard Post (Telluride Angler)
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