Scott Sector 81010-2 (8′ 10″ 10-wt, 2-pc)

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SKU: sco-sec-810102

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Product Description

Scott Sector 81010-2 Saltwater Fly Rod

8’10”, 10-weight, 2-pc rod  – comes with branded aluminum case and partitioned cloth liner

 

Reviews

  1. This is the ultimate oceanside Keys Tarpon rod for the angler who keeps rods on the boat. It casts easier than the former Meridian, but with greater power thanks to the capability of generating line speed with fewer false casts. Like others in the Sector Series, it is both easier to cast and more powerful than its predecessor. Also, like the others, our favorite line pairing is the Rio Direct Core Tarpon line. Striped bass fishermen will cast this rod from the beach or boat with great command. It will handle the full range of shooting heads and full sinking lines popular for the rips, beaches and flats of the Northeast.

    John Duncan (Telluride Angler)
  2. The 81010-2 Sector is a very powerful yet smooth casting rod. It has unmatched lifting power and is incredibly light for a 10wt. Though the rod is light, you can still really punch it. It picks line up very well and really doesn’t require a whole lot of energy to load. I found myself wanting to cast this rod all day, it’s a pure joy. I cast it with the DirectCore Permit line and was very pleased. The DirectCore Tarpon line would also be great on there. This is sure to be a favorite for a lot of tarpon guys.

    Parker Thompson (Telluride Angler)
  3. Pick up this rod and you’ll have to convince yourself you have a 10-weight in your hands. All of the Sector 10-weights are surprisingly light in the hand and through the cast. The 2-piece version casts with the same ease and confidence as the 4-piece models but with the added convenience or a 2-piece configuration for the dedicated saltwater boat angler. Thinking about a 10-weight tarpon rig for laid up fish? The pulling power and touch of this rod will impress you.

    Richard Post (Telluride Angler)
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