The Scott Sector features new, game changing, flexible CeRecoil stripping guides with nickel titanium frames and super slick Zirconia inserts, along with Recoil nickel titanium snake guides. These guides are then PVD coated in a low reflective coating for even greater durability and stealth. Even the aluminium reel seats are special with self-indexing slide hoods and line weight engravings.
Key Features :
9ft 0in #6 4pce - Equally at home targeting small bones and reds as it is in the drift boat with streamers. This rod is still every bit a 6 weight but goes the extra mile in easily delivering flies on target with little effort. *First 30ft of fly line is 160-180 grains.
9ft 0in #7 4pce - Incredibly light in the hand but such a rocket due to line speed and loop control. This rod can slice through all but the most vicious winds. Not a big fly rod, but with any standard bonefish fly, shallow water redfish fly, or trout streamer, this rod is joyous to cast and fish. *First 30ft of fly line is 185-205 grains.
9ft 0in #8 4pce - A light feel in this rod that helps you make shorter quick shots easily, and powered it up so you can drive long casts into the wind. That same power helps pick up long lines off the water and change directions without feeling the rod torque off axis. This rod is remarkably a 20 to 100 foot caster. *First 30ft of fly line is 210-230 grains
9ft 0in #9 4pce - Super rangy light and responsive 9 weight, this rod casts just off the tip in close all the way to the backing knot. In typical fishing distances, it is so efficient in generating line speed and loop control that it turns over the leader on target in all but gale conditions. *First 30ft of fly line is 240-275 grains.
9ft 0in #10 4pce - Big power with ease, lightness and comfort. A big permit rod, a light tarpon rod, equally capable for near shore species like big stripers, cobia and jacks. This rod loads up quick but has tons of power waiting to be called on. You can easily lay out typical 50-60 foot casts with just one back cast and almost no effort on the delivery, and if you need to punch it, the rod just responds and gives you that extra oomph. *First 30ft of fly line is 270-320grains
9ft 0in #11 4pce : Has plenty of lifting power to float even those fish with the worst of attitudes. Enough touch off the tip to land flies accurately and softly, enough butt to break their spirit, this really is about the perfect tarpon rod. *First 30ft of fly line is 330-360grains.
9ft 0in #12 4pce - This rod will stand up to our sport's most demanding fish. An easy to swing 12 weight with power and stability to spare, this rod is a great combination of fishability with raw power. *First 30ft of fly line is 375-425grains.
Buying Guides & Advice
|Size/Variant||Line Rating||Action||Handle Type||Price|
|9ft 0in #6 4pce||#6||Fast||Full Wells + FB||869.00|
|9ft 0in #7 4pce||#7||Fast||Full Wells + FB||869.00|
|9ft 0in #8 4pce||#8||Fast||Full Wells + FB||869.00|
|9ft 0in #9 4pce||#9||Fast||Full Wells + FB||869.00|
|9ft 0in #10 4pce||#10||Fast||Full Wells + FB||869.00|
|9ft 0in #11 4pce||#11||Fast||Full Wells + FB||869.00|
|9ft 0in #12 4pce||#12||Fast||Full Wells + FB||869.00|