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Scott Fly Rods

Scott Wave Fly Rod Review

What comes after a tidal? A wave of course! Scott released a replacement for the Scott Tidal. Is it worth the price and how does it cast? Find the answer to all these questions and more in our in-depth review. 

Scott Wave Fly Rod Review

Scott Wave Fly Rod Review

What comes after a tidal? A wave of course! Scott released a replacement for the Scott Tidal. Is it worth the price and how does it cast? Find the answer to all these questions and more in our in-depth review. 

Scott Wave Fly Rod Review

Founded in 1973 by Harry Wilson, Scott Fly Rods began in a San Francisco basement, pioneering with fiberglass and the innovative 5-piece backpacking fly rod. As graphite technology advanced, Scott evolved, crafting long rods for light lines. Now based in Montrose, Colorado, Scott stands as a leading rod company, priding itself on handcrafting all rods in the USA. Renowned for their fast action and high-performance, Scott Fly Rods are among the finest in the fly fishing world.

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  1. Scott Sector Fly Rod
    $1,045.00
  2. Scott Centric Fly Rod
    $945.00
  3. Scott G Series Fly Rod
    $895.00
  4. Scott Session Fly Rod
    NEW
    Scott Session Fly Rod
    $675.00
  5. Scott F Series Fly Rod
    $695.00
  6. Scott Wave Fly Rod
    $675.00
  7. Scott Swing Fly Rod
    $1,095.00 - $1,495.00
  8. Scott Sector 2-Piece Fly Rod
    $1,045.00
  9. Scott SC Fly Rod
    $3,600.00
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Scott Sector:
Designed for saltwater fly fishing, the Scott Sector series boasts incredible power and accuracy, making it ideal for targeting species like tarpon, bonefish, and permit. The Sector rods feature Ceracoil stripping guides, which reduce friction and improve line management, along with Flor grade cork grips for superior comfort. The series includes 14 models, ranging from 7 to 16 weights, and prices start at around $985.

Scott Centric:
The Scott Centric series is an all-around performer, excelling in both freshwater and light saltwater applications. These fast-action rods are designed for precise casts and feature a versatile taper that accommodates a variety of fishing styles. With 12 models ranging from 3 to 7 weights, the Centric series is priced at approximately $895, making it an excellent choice for anglers seeking both performance and value.

Scott G Series:
With a focus on finesse and touch, the Scott G Series is perfect for trout fishing in small to medium-sized streams. The medium-action rods offer a smooth, effortless casting experience while maintaining enough backbone for efficient hook sets. There are 14 models in the G Series, ranging from 2 to 6 weights, and prices start at around $845.

Scott Wave:
The Scott Wave series is designed specifically for two-handed casting, excelling in Spey and Skagit techniques often employed in salmon and steelhead fishing. These rods offer smooth power delivery and excellent line control, making them ideal for targeting large, powerful fish in big rivers. The Wave series consists of 6 models, ranging from 6 to 10 weights, with prices starting at $695.

Scott F Series:
The Scott F Series is a line of fiberglass fly rods designed for delicate presentations and close-quarters fishing in small streams. With a soft, slow action and unparalleled sensitivity, these rods are perfect for targeting wary trout in tight spaces. The F Series includes 4 models, ranging from 2 to 5 weights, and prices start at around $795. These unique and nostalgic rods offer a classic fly fishing experience, blending modern technology with the traditional feel of fiberglass.

Scott’s cutting-edge tech and extreme attention to detail have set them apart in the fly fishing world. Not only does Scott make some high-end fast-action rods, but they also make quality mid-priced rod series’ for the average angler. Scott’s innovation has contributed to the industry we know and love today. Shop Scott rods now!