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Scott fly rods are hand crafted in Montrose Colorado in the heart of some of the West's best fly-fishing country where their rods are often put to the test by those who hand craft them. Since their inception in the 70's they have been building incredible fly rods for trout and now for just about any species you'd want to pursue. Initially they were known for their fiberglass fly rods, which are again seeing worthy attention, but like all modern fly rod manufacturers today light, sensitive graphite rods are now the rods of choice. Their innovative approach to glass fly rods back in their early days carried over into graphite once it became the fiber of choice in the late 70's, but they still make a very nice fiberglass rod; rods we use here in Utah on the myriad of small streams that navigate through our state. Scott Fly rods run the gamut when it comes to flex, but in general you'll find they have a great presence in your hand whether its one made of graphite or fiberglass: light, sensitive with subtle power and a joy to fish regardless of the species you pursue or the size of the water you fish. That's what they are known for. If you're in the market for a new fly rod, you definitely want to consider a Scott fly rod. They're game changers.
There's a variety of rods to choose from, and there's nothing funner for us to cast and fish all these rods. Here are a couple of the standouts for us:
For an all around, work horse of a rod the 9' 5 weight Scott Radian is one of the finest rods you'll fish.
As many of our loyal customers know, we are dry fly fanatics who love spring creeks, the Scott G2 rod series is a great tool for the job. The 8'8" 4 and 5 weights are one of the funnest rods to cast. The 9' rods in those weights have a touch more backbone and perfect for double taper lines and turning over extra long leaders.
In Utah our small streams are where we find some of our biggest fish. The Scott F2 rods bring a whole new enlightenment to small stream fishing. The 7' 3wt is the shinning star in the bunch to us, but the other sizes have their place in the quiver.
After casting several prototypes and working with Scott, we couldn't be more estatic about the Radian rods. In the core sizes they are truely a do everything, all around fly rod. Give it a cast and you'll see what we mean.
There are few rod companies with the tradition of Scott Rods. In that tradition, the signature series of rods the G, has an amazing following. Today, the G2 series blends the old with the new in a seamless transition. These are definitely some of our most favorite rods.