Guideline LPX Chrome Double Handed Rod
£679.99 – £749.99
LPX Chrome fly rods are designed and built with a brand-new Guideline rod action. They have a ¾ deep load and power that kicks in earlier in the cast without sacrificing the speed in the rods. They have a lightness, stability and responsiveness that connect you with the cast in a totally new way. These fly rods are perfect tools for hunting large seatrout, salmon, or steelhead. LPX Chrome are premium rods stacked full of features, rarely seen at these prices.
The secret behind the distinct rod action is our C.A.P M4.0™ technology, an advanced carbon layup that creates a unique rod flex, that has it all. The action is best described as medium fast, progressive with fast recovery. The tip section has great stability for setting sharpen loops and the power to lift heavy sinking lines. During casting you easily get connected to the lower parts of the rod which delivers a remarkable kick/catapult effect in the stop, this lets you deliver long casts with hardly any power. The unique side-stability in LPX Chrome make the fly line follow the rod extremely well when you swing and rotate the rod during the cast. Leading to more precise casting, higher line speed and cleaner loops. A truly new action that will set the standard for our future fly rods.
12’6 #7/8 4pc – is an increasingly popular model. Great for small to medium sized rivers like in Iceland. Ultra-light rod with superb stability and response that will keep you going for hours with ease.
12’9 #8/9 4pc – This rod works in a wide variety of rivers from small to medium sized. Perfect for those summer days with medium to low water fishing. A rod that truly connects you with the cast in a totally new way. One of our favourites!
13’9 #9/10 4pc – If you want ONE rod to cover it all – this is it. Light weight and a crisp, medium fast flex with lots of power. Designed to handle any casting style and everything from sinking to floating lines using larger flies.
14’9 #10/11 4pc – is the perfect tool for early spring fishing when the rivers are cold and high, using large flies and heavy sinking lines. But still, you have an incredibly light, stable and responsive fly rod. Our favourite for early season salmon fishing in Norway and Sweden.