Scott Sector 846-4

$985.00

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Product Description

Scott Sector 846-4 Saltwater Fly Rod

8’4″, 6-weight, 4-pc rod  – comes with branded aluminum case and partitioned cloth liner

A wonderful crossover rod for fresh and saltwater, the Sector 846-4 casts accurately and easily with trout streamers, large dry flies and small saltwater patterns.

Reviews

  1. This is a super light streamer rod that will hold its own in appropriate saltwater applications but is really designed for the driftboat. Paired with a Rio InTouch Big Nasty, it’s lightweight and lethal for working shorelines with small and medium sized streamers. Extra large and articulated streamers are easier to cast with a 7-weight, but for flies in the size #6-10 range, this rod is unbeatable. Smallmouth anglers will fall in love with the S 846-4. It’s a dream with a small popper or Clouser and has fantastic leverage for pulling fish out of tight cover. There just isn’t another 6-weight rod that does so much work with so little effort.

    John Duncan (Telluride Angler)
  2. This is the most intriguing 6wt rod that I have ever cast. The first thing I noticed after picking it up was how incredibly light it was in hand. It has the ability to pick lots of line up quick and shoot it back out. It is a very springy and intuitive rod with wonderful feel. Though this rod would handle some light duty saltwater fishing just fine, this rod will be happiest on a drift boat chasing bass and trout. Throw an intermediate sink tip on there and you’re good to go.

    Parker Thompson (Telluride Angler)
  3. This rod surprised me more than any other in the Sector lineup. Admittedly this is an odd line weight and length at 8 foot 4 inches in a 6 line, but I think that makes me like it even more. Quite frankly, I’ve never picked up a 6 weight like this rod. It is supernatural in its feeling and its ability to place fly line. Otherworldly light in the hand and with the ability to throw the whole line with such ease of effort, this is a rod to take notice of. I threw short headed lines and long bonefish tapers on the 846/4 and the rod loved them all. This is an exceptionally quick casting rod (makes sense for a short stick) but with an uncanny ability to hold line up in the air like a 9 footer. This rod is an extraordinary trout streamer or smallmouth rod, making easy and pleasant work of heavy or wind resistant flies and shorter heavy headed lines, but it throws a regular bonefish taper too well to pigeon hole this rod. The 846/4 is a top contender for a lightweight saltwater rod for anglers in the know. If you’re looking for a crossover rod for throwing trout steamers and using as a light bonefish or redfish rod, you’d be hard pressed to find a better one. I wouldn’t be afraid to use it for big terrestrials out of a drift boat either. Very simply, there is no comparable rod to the Sector 846/4. This rod is totally unique and truly stunning to cast. If you’re curious, get one. You will not want to put it down!

    Richard Post (Telluride Angler)
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