Guideline LPX Nymph is packed with high-end features and components that will satisfy the most demanding euro-nymphing anglers. Thanks to our C.A.P M4.0 advanced blank construction technology, these rods are incredibly light for their length (78g for a 10ft 8in #3) and have an action that takes nymph rods to the next level. The feeling is superbly sensitive, making it possible to detect even the most subtle of takes. The tip is very sensitive with gradually more power down the blank. The different parts of the rod engage very smoothly as you put more power into them. This makes fighting bigger fish more effective yet maintaining protection of the finest tippets. The recovery is at top level, fast and rigid with no vibrations and great stability in all directions. This ensures unparalleled precision when casting your nymph rig and creates that good feeling of being connected with the whole rod. The light in hand feeling, fantastic balance and low swing weight will give you great times on the river for long hours of static, fishing holding that tip high.
Guideline LPX Nymph 10’8” #2: This is a really nice rod, and wonderful rod for modern nymph fishing. It allows you to cast both small light nymphs or heavier patterns and also fish very fine tippets, all the way down to 8X. It is a very complete and allround model because it also allows fishing a dry & dropper setup if you want. It allows you to fish modest fish but has a good reserve of power for bigger fish.
Guideline LPX Nymph 10’2” # 3: Primary use is small to medium sized rivers, a very light and sensitive rod model that is the most versatile of the three. A great rod for all-round nymphing and it is highly capable to cast a regular fly lines as well.
Guideline LPX Nymph 10’8” #3: This model is a pure euro nymph rod that handles all types of flies with ease, the length gives great control on the drifts in any size river.
Guideline LPX Nymph 10’2” #4: This rod is for largest fish and the demand for more power to fight these effective. Yet, it still has good protection of fine tippets and great sensitivity.
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