Scott Flex 907-4


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Product Description

AVAILABILITY NOTE:  Telluride Angler attempts to stock all Scott fly rods.  In this time of unprecedented demand, Scott has made the difficult decision to postpone the production of all Flex models until late fall.   We are out of this model, but would like to recommend the following alternatives which are either in stock or coming into stock this summer.  Please consult for specific availability.

Best alternatives
Scott Centric 907-4    $895
Sage Sonic 790-4   $575
Sage Pulse 790-4   $475

Scott Flex 907-4

9’0″ 7-weight, 4-piece fly rod      Unconditional Lifetime Warranty, comes with high quality cordura-covered logo case

The Scott Flex 907-4 is an excellent bass, carp and heavy streamer rod.


  1. FX 907-4: Like the 906-4, this is an easy casting 7-weight with excellent loop control and balance. Saltwater anglers should choose the Tidal 907-4, but bass, pike, carp and heavy trout are ideal species for the Flex 907-4. The rod flexes somewhat deeper than the comparable Tidal model.

    Line Pairings (all WF7): Rio Gold (InTouch or regular), SA MPX, SA GPX Sharkwave, SA Sonar Freshwater Sink Tips, all popular bass and carp tapers

    John Duncan (Telluride Angler)
  2. I was pleasantly surprised with the Scott Flex 907. It had great power and cast line well off the tip throwing smooth parallel loops that did not want to tail. The rod threw shorter headed lines and longer headed lines equally well. This rod would serve the angler well for light flats duty, throwing smallmouth bass poppers and big streamers for trout. Great all around 7 weight capable of bridging the gap between freshwater and light saltwater and embodied what I look for in a 7 weight fly rod. Trout streamers, bass bugs, light duty flats work, and some dirty carpin’, this rod will stand up to these tasks as a stand out rod.

    Richard Post (The Telluride Angler)
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