Instructor 6 in Canada

Morgan is a superb caster and CI. He must be an outstanding angler too because he’s on the Canadian team! We meet from time to time virtually so I can cast in the snow and Morgan can get his toes warm in the tropics.

The Instructor rod is perfect for summer teaching and stealth Canadian winter fishing.

This is the rod I use for all my teaching and video demonstrations. If you are a certified instructor we have a pro scheme. Drop me an email for details. Your students will love it!

Cheers, Paul

Catchemup HT6

Another HT for “Catchemup” Vinny in Florida. Chasing Redfish and Snook I believe. Custom built to Vinny’s specs.

Full Wells and fighting butt. Most SW anglers prefer this on their SW fly rods.

And camo sock of course!!

First impression? Smooth

So there you go! If you are keen to discuss your HT requirements drop me an email on

Remember every rod gets a 1 in 666 chance of winning an all expenses paid SW trip on the SL yacht  as well as a free flycasting tips lesson!

Cheers, Paul


All Stealth HT8

This reminds me of my first custom built rod which was a Loomis IMX handbuilt by Steve Parton in 1991. Stealth black throughout!

This is my current go-to HT. I fish a SA Bonefish 8 on mine.  I really liked casting the SA Infinity 8 that Peter brought over this summer and recently I’ve been playing with the Ballistic Saltwater 8 and a homebuilt monofilament flyline from Argentina!

This rod has been built with Torzite Titaniums throughout. Next time I rebuild mine, or cause it to accidentally explode, I will have it fitted with Torzites. For quick shots the shoot is better.

Remember, every rod comes with a Zoom lesson from me, as well as puts you in the 666 competition — where you have a one in 666 chance of winning an all-expenses paid, destination saltwater FFing trip where you will see what it’s like to live on beans and potatoes.

As always email me for more info or to order yours! More on the HT8 here

Cheers, Paul

HT5 Comp V2

The Comp5 V2 is the HT10 in wolf’s clothing. My personal one can’t wait for the next WCs in Sweden. This one is off to the USA. I met the new owner yesterday for a Zoom cast!

Fitted as Torzites Titaniums as standard, everything about this rod as a 5WT is distance. But it’s also a 10WT when fitted with a ten weight line. And arguably the best one out there!

For more info on this or any of our rods email me on

Remember all rods purchased go into the 666 Saltwater comp where you can win a two week destination fishing trip to a remote atoll.

Cheers, Paul


Now this is a very sexy rod. Originally made for the MCI test of all things, it’s a really fantastic light SW fly rod. Also it’s good for blasting streamers on rivers and I would think great for backcountry NZ too, especially when fishing heavy double nymphs. It’s definitely a cannon, but with great all-round feel as you would expect with a Sexyloops HT.

TCB is one of my Zoom course students  and a very high level caster he is too. Our lessons are more about exploring than teaching. Great stuff.

Taylor already has many HTs but this one was to get into the 666 SW competition. The sailing boat we are planning to live on for the foreseeable future will be called “666”.  And fittingly there will be 666 entries. Buy a HT and you have the chance to win an all-expenses 2 week SW trip with me. And if we get shipwrecked it will be even longer. Perfect!

Rod is in!And looks great of course, I like how the green wraps came out. Can’t wait to give this a cast. I have a new MED7 ready to go.

I’m pretty sure that combination will potentially throw 145’+ in Taylor’s hands!

Email me on to find out more!

Cheers, Paul

HT8 for Graeme

The HT8 is my current go-to rod, perfect for larger streamers and Poppers. Great Flats rod. I use a SA Bonefish 8 on mine but have also been impressed with the SA Infinity Salt 8 recently (even though it is slightly overweight). We have always called this rod “a cannon with finesse”

Not only does Graeme get a couple of Zoom casting lessons (he has actually bought two rods), but also he goes into the Great Sexyloops Pirate Competition, where one lucky winner will get to visit us on the Sexyloops Yacht in a few years time. How exciting!

For more details on this or any Sexyloops HT, please email me on

HT7 Pro to UK

The fishing cannon! This rod was originally designed to cope fantastically well with the MCI test. Which is an unusual way of going about things, but equally it makes it a great all-round precision power house.

Fishing wise the 7 is an interesting rod. A 6 tends more towards big river dry fly and nymph combinations. An 8 on the other hand is throwing a 1/0 in saltwater, or in my case for large Snakehead. A 7 is going to cope with both.

At one extreme it’s a powerful trout fishing rod, particularly for bank fishing or fishing sinking lines, good all round rod, particularly for big fish. On the other side, it’s a lightish saltwater and streamer rod. One of the things I did with my prototype was to take it Snakehead fishing for 6 months to see what it could do. And it’s definitely a machine! It will absolutely become my go-to Bonefish rod in a few years time.

Quite a few are being used for Redfish in Texas where a calm day is when it’s windy.

Remember all HT rods go into a Sexyloops Hot Torpedo competition where the winner wins a 2 week all expenses paid trip with me in about four years time, when we have the Sexyloops Pirate Ship.

To find out more please email me on

Cheers, Paul


HT4 to Tas

Perhaps my favourite rod in the HT lineup. I think it’s at the limits of rod length vs line weight where it’s possible to maintain the HT action and feel. In other words I don’t think we can make a 9’6” HT4 that’s an “HT”and I don’t think we can make a HT3 that’s 9’! And I’m not going to try either 😀

Anyway this is a blinder of a rod. Originally designed for the chalkstreams in the Balkans, where one needs to fish smallish flies 16-22, with fine tippets 7X/.10mm. And we don’t want to be getting broken off, so the tip really has to have some give.

But equally it’s an HT, so while the butt has give, it’s not too soft. In other words it has the HT action and you’ll know that when you cast it.

I fish a SA DT4 on mine, but the SA Trout is a good one too apparently. And in the right hands it will put out a long line, over 100’. Which makes it a very nice rod for Stillwaters as well, where you can make long casts and have extreme sensitivity because of the light fly line. Great for buzzer fishing!!

And big fish are no problems. My lucky no.4 has landed 8lb trout in Russia, 5KG Gourami in Malaysia, 16lb carp in Jersey. Basically it’s a fishing machine, as well as my go-to trout and Grayling rod.

Anyway this one is off to Tassie for some stream fishing! I look forward to meeting the owner for a Zoom casting session.  And who knows? Maybe he wins the two week SW fishing adventure? 😀

Email me or WhatsApp me on +60198549552 for more info or to order.

Thanks, Paul

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The HT5

One of our latest rods. The HT5. This one went to Wales, for an Australian, living in Africa :)) A tremendous rod that took me an extraordinary amount of time to finish. I’m always accusing others of being perfectionists. It turns out I am not immune to the disease either!

Still, I’m not the only perfectionist at Sexyloops and it appears that Lee is another :)) We are a little backed up with orders at the moment. This is partly because we have rather a lot of orders on the go but also because Lee was unhappy with one of the builds recently (perhaps a thread wrap wasn’t perfectly laid) and he stripped the rod and started again.

Remember every rod at the moment has a 1 in 666 chance of winning a fully paid two-week saltwater fly fishing adventure with me. And of course each rod comes with a one-hour Zoom casting session as standard.

More details on the HT5 can be found here. To order or for more information please email me on or WhatsApp me on +60198549552

Cheers, Paul


An HT6 off to Tasmania last weekend. A great all-round trout rod. We have quite a few of these in Tassie of course. For most of my previous trip I fished the HT4, but there were certainly times when the HT6 was the better option. Particularly for taking shots in strong crosswinds as I remember.

Remember, all of our sales come with a Zoom session where we can have an online meet and cast together. And for the current 666 rod sales cycle you can win an all expenses fly fishing trip with us.

Email me on or WhatsApp +60198549552 to order or find out more. You can find out more about Sexyloops rods here.

Cheers, Paul