Sage 390-4 X


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SKU: 2029-390-4
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Product Description

Sage 390-4 X Fly Rod

9’0″ 3-wt, 2 5/16 oz.        Unconditional Lifetime Warranty       Comes with high quality logoed aluminum case and partitioned cloth liner

• KonneticHD Technology®
• Black Spruce blank color
• Dark Green thread wraps with Metallic Grey trim wraps
• Fuji ceramic stripper guides
• Hard chromed snake guides and tip-top
• Freshwater 3 – 6 weights: Vera wood insert with Stealth Black anodized aluminum up-locking reel seat, Flor grade snub nosed half-wells cork handle

• Saltwater 5-10 weights: Stealth Black anodized aluminum up-locking reel seat  integrated hidden hook keeper in reel seat,
Flor quality full-wells cork handle with EVA fighting butt

• Laser etched line weight on slide band
• Black rod bag with Titanium logo and Black Spruce model tag
• Evergreen powder coated aluminum rod tube with Sage medallion
• Handcrafted on Bainbridge Island, USA


  1. Sage 390-4 X: I found the 390-4 X to be the extreme opposite of the 376-4 X. This rod simply does not load with a 3-weight line. It is stiff enough to require an overpowering, staccato casting stroke, which is something I would never do to a 3-weight fly rod. Try it with a 4-wt line. Better yet, buy the 490-4 – it’s spectacular.

    Lines: Rio Gold WF3 or WF4, SA Trout Taper WF4F, SA MPX WF3F

    John Duncan (Telluride Angler)
  2. We cast this rod with a Rio Lightline WF3F and I liked it, but I didn’t love that line on the rod. I would fish a Rio Gold on this rod and expect great results. With the Lightline that rod didn’t spring to life until you had about 30 feet of line out of the guides. However, once you had enough weight on the rod this long light 3 encouraged you to go further. It didn’t bat an eye at a 60 foot cast and threw the whole 90 foot line without a struggle. A little more than I would typically want in a 3 weight. I felt like it cast more like a 3.5 weight or a light 4. Fish it with a Rio Gold. Overall, this rod interests me, but it didn’t blow me out of the water this go round.

    Richard Post (The Telluride Angler)
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