Featuring the very latest in Nano Matrix Carbon Technology, the new NT8 Series brings Guideline rods to the next level with premium cork, lightweight, strong blanks and a medium fast action with remarkable recovery.
NT8 rods are identified by a remarkable recovery kick in a rod that is Medium/Fast and loads deep and precise, generating increasing amounts of power as you ask for it. While still maintaining impressive lifting power for sinking lines, this deeper, yet fast type of action will work for a wide range of casts, lines and casting styles. These rods have not only tested as the strongest rods Guideline have ever produced, but they are also the lightest, making them a joy to use along rivers and coastlines during long, intense fishing days.
The double handed models are based on Guideline's most popular sizes; 12’9 #8/9 – 13’9 #9/10 and 14’9 #10/11 with the addition of a 15’9 #10/11 rod suited for large rivers, long distance casts and huge fish.
All Guidelines NT8 rods use an ultra-elastic IM8-46T Low Resin Material which makes it possible to create feather-light blanks with a crisp feeling that greatly improves sensitivity. Together with this, they've used a carbon-scrim material with a proprietary BIAS Cross Construction structure. This produces a lightning-fast recovery speed, increases the casting distance and improves the compression strength. This construction also excels in one other way.. You will definitely be amazed at the ability these rods have to fight and overpower fish with little force. High-strength Nano-resin graphite improves the toughness and increases durability in the rods. Casting and fish-fighting cause countless amounts of flexing and unloading of the blank, the Nano-material prevents damage due to external shocks, internal stresses or fatigue. The material properties implemented into these NT8 blanks can be described with these simple words; DURABILITY, LOW WEIGHT and CRISPNESS.
All Ex-Demo fly rods are in first class condition and have full manufacturers warranty.
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