Loop OPTi Zpey Salmon Rod - Details

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Loop OPTi Zpey Salmon Rod
1. The upper hand can be held closer to the body, thereby becoming a more toned down and effective partner for the bottom hand.

2. The curved handle allows the fisherman to hold the rod closer to his body; to cast in a more upright position and maintain better balance, while reducing the risk of injury due to chronic strain.

3. Using a tilted cast, we can further increase the pathway of momentum all the way down to the lower hand so that the hand can then be pulled in closer to the side of the body.

ZPEY ROD VS ORDINARY ROD
The protruding position of the bottom hand provides greater transfer of casting momentum, regardless of the cast style.

The bottom 10 centimetres of the handle adds between 60 and 100 centimetres (depending on the length of the rod) of increased range to the rod tip.

The Zpey handle enables the arms to be held closer to the body without affecting the range, thus allowing the user to cast just as long, while using less power and shorter movements, as well as significantly reducing strain on the body.

THE ZPEY HANDLE
The handle has not only undergone aesthetic changes, it also contains a wealth of design technology.

We have created a grip design that provides better cast control, as well as always allowing the user to “feel” the direction his cast is going in. This provides the sportsman with distinct advantages both during precision casting and after dark.

Inserted in the lower part of the handle is a flexible constructed from carbon and polyurethane, it increases tension along the entire rod using calculated flexibility in the transition.

The flexible section provides increased feeling both in the rod itself and during casting, as well as transferring additional momentum to the fly line.

You will find that catching fish will feel better than ever. Plus, the fly reel is placed in an ideal position and is also easier to control.

The handle is comprised of a cast mixture of cork and rubber for an incredible grip, even in the pouring rain. Get used to it!

This unconventional design has a number of positive effects:
• A minimum of 10% greater pathway at the rod tip
• Less strain on the body
• Less effort, longer cast
• More effective power in the cast
• More dynamic
• Superior grip
• More feeling and increased power
• Easier to learn
• Less strain on the body
• Less effort, longer cast
• More effective power in the cast
• More dynamic
• Superior grip
• More feeling and increased power
• Easier to learn

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