Scott Sector 8109-2 (8′ 10″ 9-wt, 2-pc)

$1,045.00

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SKU: sco-sec-81092

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Product Description

Scott Sector 8109-2 Saltwater Fly Rod

8’10”, 9-weight, 2-pc rod  – comes with branded aluminum case and partitioned cloth liner

 

Reviews

  1. A wicked rod for the boat or beach, the Sector 8109-2 offers a rare combination of loop control and line speed. Every false cast is easy and natural, from fly-in-hand to delivery at any distance. This is a huge caster with superb lightness and stability, but notably easier to load than its predecessor. The S 8109-2 is a terrific windy weather bonefish rod with plenty of punch for permit of any size. This rod will be really popular among striped bass anglers, too. The best flats-style line on this rod is the Rio Direct Core Bonefish. It will certainly handle any line in the 9-weight class, but the DC Bonefish is the best pure caster.

    John Duncan (Telluride Angler)
  2. The 8109 is a truly special fly rod, it is unbelievably light in hand and has great feel for a powerful rod. It is very easy to control the loop shape at all distances and is wonderfully accurate. Living in S.W. Colorado, I don’t handle 9wt fly rods all that often so it is important to have a rod that is light and easy to cast. This particular rod would have to be one of the most user friendly 9wt rods I have ever cast. I cast this with both the Rio DirectCore Permit and the Rio DirectCore Flats Pro lines. I found them both to pair very nicely.

    Parker Thompson (Telluride Angler)
  3. The Sector 8109/2 is an absolute line speed machine that throws laser-like loops. This thing is a true line slinger and should be on the radar of saltwater captains and dedicated boat anglers the world over. This rod throws loops that are so tight they defy convention. While possessing this blistering ability to rip loops toward the target, the rod has that surreal pliability possessed by the Sector series. You can simply feel every inch of the blank getting behind the cast. Pick up all the line off the water and lay it right back down with the ease of tipping up your hat bill.

    Richard Post (Telluride Angler)
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