Sage 5101-4 X


Currency Converter

Currency conversions are estimated and should be used for informational purposes only.

SKU: 2029-5101-4

In stock

  • Free US Shipping on Orders Over $100
  • Free International Shipping on Orders Over $500

Product Description

Sage 5101-4 X Fly Rod (Full Wells Grip, anodized reel seat and fighting butt)

10’0″ 5-wt, 3 1/16 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 5100-4 X This is a highly capable angling tool, but as compared with the 597-4, the 5100-4 feels wooden in the butt section. That’s more a comment about the 597-4 than the 5100-4, but I really feel the length of this rod when casting, a pendulous weight that is magically not present in the 597-4. Many anglers will seek this 10’ rod, however, and not likely be disappointed. Power and distance come automatically, and the 5100-4 is a roll casting, line mending demon.

    Lines: Rio Gold, Rio Grand, SA GPX, SA MPX

    John Duncan (Telluride Angler)
  2. For you 10 foot single hand folks this is a rod to consider. This rod like the rest of the 5 weights casts wonderfully at all distances and remains remarkably stable through the entire range of distances. Different from the 597 is that you can tell this is a longer rod. It doesn’t reel cumbersome but you can tell there’s another six inches of graphite starting up from the cork. Again I’m not a 10 foot single handed trout guy, but if I was I’d be looking mighty hard at this rod.

    Richard Post (The Telluride Angler)
Add a review

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *