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Cost: $645.00
SKU: 9811
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Modern fiberglass rods are adding a whole new level of fun for small stream fishing. The Scott F2 fly rods are some of the best we've fished. The 7' 3wt is one several of us own and fish constantly. Glass rods help you fish more efficently on small streams. Plus when you hook that toad, you have the butt section and power to keep it from getting away in a snag. 

If you want top performance and maximum fun from your small stream fishing, F2 high performance glass rods are the choice.

These aren't about nostalgia or being retro. F2 rods are about getting the most from your small stream fishing by using the right tools for the job.

These rods form precise accurate casts with just a few feet of line and the leader, are great for underhand and bow and arrow casts, and load deeply under the pull of small fish, transmitting tons of feel.

Improve your success and enjoyment on small water with the new Scott F2.

Scott F2 Fiberglass Review

By: Nick Teynor
Having the right tool for any job, makes things so much more efficient, and more importantly-FUN! Scott Fly Rod Company’s F2 Fiberglass rods are tailor-made for small stream fishing!

Fly-fishing the smaller waters of our state holds a special place in every heart here at Western Rivers Flyfisher. Sneaking up a small-stream, making delicate casts to lies most people overlook, and doing so without constantly having to free yourself from the surrounding foliage is something that we all look forward to, because we have the right rod for these situations. Having the right tool for the job, especially under these challenging circumstances, is something that cannot be overlooked. It is for these reasons, and many more, that we at Western Rivers LOVE the F2 glass rods from the Scott Fly Rod Company.  They are tough, beautiful, and allow you to maximize the enjoyment of fishing small-streams with a fly rod.

I am a small-stream addict. When I was a kid, and did not have a driver’s license, the only places I could access and fish on a regular basis were the local watersheds coming out of the Wasatch Mountains. I owe so much to these small streams; they helped mold me into the angler I have become today, and helped shape my love and appreciation for overlooked streams. On any given day, during any season, I know that I can escape to these places for an hour, to an entire day, and know that I will not run into many other anglers.

Making these outings even more enjoyable has been the 7’ 3 weight F2 fiberglass fly rod from the Scott Fly Rod Company. Why use fiberglass?  I jokingly call the small-stream fishing I do with a fly rod “Guerrilla” Fishing. The tactics employed to be successful are unorthodox, presenting your flies without constantly tangling is tough. Your fly rod needs to be able to handle the little and big fish you will likely encounter, and there is no getting around the fact that you and your gear, are going to get dirty. In short, this style of fishing is not meant for fly-rods of heirloom quality. You need gear that is tough, durable, made to high quality spec, capable of handling a wide size range of fish, and capable of making the necessary micro-casts to be successful.

This is where the F2 series of fly rods outperforms ANY other small-stream specific graphite rod on the market. Fiberglass is tough; it can take a beating and keep on ticking. Fiberglass has long been referred to as “poor man’s bamboo”. Why? Because fiberglass has a “full” flex profile very similar to bamboo, and it maintains this profile no matter how short the rod is. Why does ANY of this technical mumbo-jumbo matter? It is very simple: “Full-flexing” fly rods, such as fiberglass, excel at making short distance presentations. This means that all you need to get your fly from point A-B is literally the leader outside of the tip of the rod. Why does length matter? In the aforementioned streams that I love to fish, there are times when you cannot have a short enough rod.

Having the right tool for the right job makes life so much more enjoyable and fun. I love my F2 fiberglass rod from Scott because it makes fishing these small streams fun, and allows me to focus on fishing instead of trying to free myself from the surrounding foliage. Aesthetically, these rods are built with the best quality fiber glass, and components on the market. In short, these beautiful, durable, and fun fiberglass fly rods from Scott are built to be fished hard and often. If getting off the beaten path is more important to you than chasing the “monster” fish that every angler seems to be pursuing, and you want a rod that is the right tool for the job, then I highly recommend you take the time to cast a F2 fiberglass fly rod from Scott. It will open your eyes to all of the wonderful streams many take for granted, and get you away from the crowds.
 
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Modern fiberglass rods are adding a whole new level of fun for small stream fishing. The Scott F2 fly rods are some of the best we've fished. The 7' 3wt is one several of us own and fish constantly. Glass rods help you fish more efficently on small streams. Plus when you hook that toad, you have the butt section and power to keep it from getting away in a snag. 

If you want top performance and maximum fun from your small stream fishing, F2 high performance glass rods are the choice.

These aren't about nostalgia or being retro. F2 rods are about getting the most from your small stream fishing by using the right tools for the job.

These rods form precise accurate casts with just a few feet of line and the leader, are great for underhand and bow and arrow casts, and load deeply under the pull of small fish, transmitting tons of feel.

Improve your success and enjoyment on small water with the new Scott F2.

Scott F2 Fiberglass Review

By: Nick Teynor
Having the right tool for any job, makes things so much more efficient, and more importantly-FUN! Scott Fly Rod Company’s F2 Fiberglass rods are tailor-made for small stream fishing!

Fly-fishing the smaller waters of our state holds a special place in every heart here at Western Rivers Flyfisher. Sneaking up a small-stream, making delicate casts to lies most people overlook, and doing so without constantly having to free yourself from the surrounding foliage is something that we all look forward to, because we have the right rod for these situations. Having the right tool for the job, especially under these challenging circumstances, is something that cannot be overlooked. It is for these reasons, and many more, that we at Western Rivers LOVE the F2 glass rods from the Scott Fly Rod Company.  They are tough, beautiful, and allow you to maximize the enjoyment of fishing small-streams with a fly rod.

I am a small-stream addict. When I was a kid, and did not have a driver’s license, the only places I could access and fish on a regular basis were the local watersheds coming out of the Wasatch Mountains. I owe so much to these small streams; they helped mold me into the angler I have become today, and helped shape my love and appreciation for overlooked streams. On any given day, during any season, I know that I can escape to these places for an hour, to an entire day, and know that I will not run into many other anglers.

Making these outings even more enjoyable has been the 7’ 3 weight F2 fiberglass fly rod from the Scott Fly Rod Company. Why use fiberglass?  I jokingly call the small-stream fishing I do with a fly rod “Guerrilla” Fishing. The tactics employed to be successful are unorthodox, presenting your flies without constantly tangling is tough. Your fly rod needs to be able to handle the little and big fish you will likely encounter, and there is no getting around the fact that you and your gear, are going to get dirty. In short, this style of fishing is not meant for fly-rods of heirloom quality. You need gear that is tough, durable, made to high quality spec, capable of handling a wide size range of fish, and capable of making the necessary micro-casts to be successful.

This is where the F2 series of fly rods outperforms ANY other small-stream specific graphite rod on the market. Fiberglass is tough; it can take a beating and keep on ticking. Fiberglass has long been referred to as “poor man’s bamboo”. Why? Because fiberglass has a “full” flex profile very similar to bamboo, and it maintains this profile no matter how short the rod is. Why does ANY of this technical mumbo-jumbo matter? It is very simple: “Full-flexing” fly rods, such as fiberglass, excel at making short distance presentations. This means that all you need to get your fly from point A-B is literally the leader outside of the tip of the rod. Why does length matter? In the aforementioned streams that I love to fish, there are times when you cannot have a short enough rod.

Having the right tool for the right job makes life so much more enjoyable and fun. I love my F2 fiberglass rod from Scott because it makes fishing these small streams fun, and allows me to focus on fishing instead of trying to free myself from the surrounding foliage. Aesthetically, these rods are built with the best quality fiber glass, and components on the market. In short, these beautiful, durable, and fun fiberglass fly rods from Scott are built to be fished hard and often. If getting off the beaten path is more important to you than chasing the “monster” fish that every angler seems to be pursuing, and you want a rod that is the right tool for the job, then I highly recommend you take the time to cast a F2 fiberglass fly rod from Scott. It will open your eyes to all of the wonderful streams many take for granted, and get you away from the crowds.