Guideline LPX Chrome Anadrome & Lake Fliegenruten
The LPX Chrome one-handed rods have been specially developed for one-handed fishing for salmon and sea trout as well as still water fishing. They are excellent rods both for overhead casting and especially for underhand casting.
LPX Chrome fly rods are designed and built with a brand new rod action. They have a ¾ deep action which allows the rod to work earlier in the cast without sacrificing the rods speed. They impress with their lightness, stability and responsive action. These fly rods are the perfect tools for hunting big sea trout, salmon or steelhead. The LPX Chrome are premium rods with features rarely found at this price point.
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 packs a punch. The action is best described as medium-paced and progressive with quick recovery. The tip section has great stability for setting sharp loops and the power to lift heavy sinking lines. When casting, you are easily connected to the lower part of the rod, creating a remarkable kick/catapult effect at the ready, allowing long casts to be made with little effort. The unique lateral stability of the LPX Chrome ensures that the fly line follows the rod extremely well as you swing and rotate the rod during the cast. This leads to more precise casts, higher line speeds and cleaner loops. A truly new action that will set the standard for our future fly rods.
The LPX Chrome rods have a specially developed reel seat and FLOR quality cork handles with rubber cork reinforcements, making them even more durable. The 9, 9 #6, 7 and 8 rods are designed for larger flies when hunting anamdrome trout, sea trout and salmon. The casting weight specifications on these rods are exact and there is no need to overload the rods. We recommend using them with a shooting head such as the Compact 3D+, 4D Compact Multi Tip or the ULS lines. An ideal line if you like fishing WF lines is the Guideline Bullet.
LPX Chrome SH 9'9" #6
The ideal rod for sea trout fishing in our local floodplains or for ultra-light salmon fishing with a one-handed rod. Also perfect as a streamer rod for large brown trout or streamer fishing in the lake.
LPX Chrome SH 9'9" #7
an ideal all-round rod for single-handed fishing for salmon and sea trout in the river.
LPX Chrome SH 9'9" #8
like the #7 but with even more backbone for really big salmon and sea trout.
C.A.P M4.0 advanced blank construction technology.
- Medium-fast action with a blank construction that allows for a fast reset speed.
- Versatile rod action that casts all types of line cleanly.
- Super light rods with a low swing weight that will allow you to fish for hours in search of chrome without tiring.
- High quality FLOR cork grips that will stand the test of time and countless tough days on the water.
- Matt grey/teal hard-anodized reel seat with "CHROME logo" to ensure the thickest and hardest possible anodized layer.
- Single leg PVD coated rod guides in a semi-matt gun smoke finish. Strong finish without toxic lead.
- GL ECO-Tech ™, no grinding blanks that produce harmful dust in the manufacturing facility.
- Low Toxic Resins: Adhesives and varnishes on the bars have very low content of harmful substances, which leads to a healthier worker environment.
|LPX Chrome SW 11767
||24-26g / 375-420 grains
|LPX Chrome SW 11778
||27-30g / 416-465 grains
|LPX Chrome SW 11789
||31-34g / 480-525 grains
C.A.P M4.0 TECHNOLOGIE
C.A.P M4.0™ offers spectacular performance with flawless recovery and unrivaled precision. The C.A.P technology is characterized by a Complex Axial Pattern (CAP) in connection with unidirectional carbon fiber layers. With CAP, the layers of carbon fiber are placed at different angles to each other to maximize strength and stability in all directions. A unidirectional carbon fiber web has all fibers running in a single, parallel direction, ensuring maximum longitudinal strength. M4.0™ is the resin we use for this type of blank construction. The properties of this resin fill the gaps in the carbon fabric more effectively than ordinary resins and have higher strength. It also reduces the overall need for resin in bare build. The result is lighter rods than ever before.