Scott G2 Fly Rod

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Scott G2 Fly Rod 100

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Scott G2 Fly Rod Reviews

Best presentation rods on the market for the past decade. Review by Colt
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Posted on 10/26/16
I have 4 G2 Rods. 5 weights in 8'8'' and 9'. 4 weight in 8'8''. 3 weight in 8'4''. All of them have a sweet progressive action and protect tippet better than any fast action rod on the market. I am able to get nice loops and always have enough power for wherever I am fishing unless the wind is very harsh. I like fishing long leaders when dry fly fishing and these rods turnover better than the Sage Ones, and G Loomis NRX's of the worlds. My next G2 purchase will be an 8'8'' 3 weight for spring creek fishing.
Great Medium Action Dry Fly Rod Review by John E.
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Posted on 7/8/16
I recently purchased the Scott G2 884 fly rod. I did a lot of research and yet had a difficult time deciding which rod would be best for me. I settled on the 884 based on its overall excellence with the dry fly, roll casting ability, and versatility. While I feel it could credibly handle hoppers, light streamers, and nymphs, the G2s strength is with delicately cast dry flies under 40 feet.

The G2 is no competition distance casting rod, but has a smooth progressive medium action with a strong butt section and very delicate flexible tip. It has a beautiful retro look and feel and it restores some of the relaxed feeling that originally attracted me to fly fishing. Rio Gold or Rio Trout LT double taper work well. Ben’s blog on fly lines also gives other good options, that I intend to pursue them as well.

On my first outing at a small local lake the bluegill were biting, and I saw the awesome tippet protection and feel this sweet rod provides. I still love my 8-6 4 wt Radian, which is an entirely different animal, but the G2 is worthy of consideration.
Great Rod Review by Frank
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Posted on 10/9/14
I have a 9 ft 4 piece G 4 and 6 wt fly rods. I recently bought a 4 piece 6 wt G2 and wasn't disappointed. It's a wonderful med flex rod to cast!

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