Scott Sector 8107-2 (8′ 10″ 7-wt, 2-pc)

$1,045.00

SKU: sco-sec-81072

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Product Description

Scott Sector 8107-2 Saltwater Fly Rod

8’10”, 7-weight, 2-pc rod  – comes with branded aluminum case and partitioned cloth liner

 

Reviews

  1. Truly spectacular with a Scientific Anglers Mastery Bonefish Taper or Rio Direct Core Bonefish line, the S 8107-2 will handle a wide range of lines for an equal range of both saltwater and freshwater fishing situations. Scott makes light-tipped fly rods, no where more evident that in this particular model. It casts with an airy feel that seems to defy gravity. Unlike with many saltwater rods, the caster can feel the connection between rod and line even at short distances. Tight loops and high line speed make the S 8107-2 an ideal choice for bonefish and redfish.

    John Duncan (Telluride Angler)
  2. This is one of the finest 7wt fly rods I have ever cast. Being a two piece rod, it is wonderfully light and stable. It casts smooth at all distances and is extremely accurate. I was pleased to see how well it casts in close for a saltwater 7wt rod. It feels like a 6wt in hand but has the power of a lot of modern 8wt rods. I cast this with the Rio DirectCore Bonefish line and it was perfect on there. This is easily my favorite two piece rod in the Sector lineup, well done Scott.

    Parker Thompson (Telluride Angler)
  3. You will hear me say this throughout these reviews, the 2-piece Sectors are so much more similar to the 4-piece rods than in the Meridian series. I honestly have a hard time telling the difference between the 2-and 4-piece rods just from casting. You do notice a slight difference in overall weight, and this is one light-in-the-hand 7-weight. Like the 4-piece 907 Sector, the 907/2 Sector is an easy intuitive caster that loves to reach out and fish where your eyes are looking in close. The range is incredible and the lightness in the hand is pretty hard to comprehend. The Sector 907/2 does take a shade more of a push to get going from the caster compared to the 907/4, but the rod is ideal for light saltwater duty when an airplane isn’t part of the equation.

    Richard Post (Telluride Angler)
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