Scott Sector 9010-4


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Scott Sector 9010-4 Saltwater Fly Rod

9’0″, 10-weight, 4-pc rod  – comes with branded aluminum case and partitioned cloth liner

The Scott Sector 9010-4 is a fantastic rod for permit, adult tarpon, striped bass and roosterfish.


  1. The S 9010-4 is even more castable than the Meridian 9010-4, but has considerably more power in the butt section for drilling heavy flies into the wind and, in particular, fighting adult tarpon. As tarpon fishing evolves, cutting edge guides are fishing 10-weights, even for adult fish. 10-weights are so much easier to cast than 12-weights. Even the best casters benefit from having a lighter and somewhat more flexible rod in hand for generating a quick, high line speed casting loop. Tarpon are played off the butt section of the rod which is still pretty darn beefy, even on a 10-weight. A priority for the Sector was to create a rod with greater ability to lift line off the water for second shots. This goal has clearly been met in the 9, 10 and 11-weights, the core permit and tarpon rods in the series.

    The Sector 9010-4 is the finest 10-weight I’ve ever cast. It possesses uncanny elasticity, generating incredible line speed just by rocking it back and forth. You can lay it down gently or stab it into the wind with equal success. The SA Mastery Tarpon taper loads the rod promptly with great line speed, but the Rio Direct Core Tarpon line overs more loop control and accuracy without sacrificing the quick load.

    John Duncan (Telluride Angler)
  2. The 9010 Meridian was one of my favorite rods in that whole lineup, so I was very excited to throw the new Sector. This rod is great! It is remarkably light for a 10wt rod and possesses an almost “air like” feel to it. It is extremely stable and responsive for a heavier line weight rod. The loop control you have with this rod with a lot of line out is outstanding. You can control this rod like you can a small fiberglass trout rod. Living in trout country, I don’t get to throw 10wt rods very often, so having a rod that is as easy to cast as the Sector is key. Well done Scott.

    Parker Thompson (Telluride Angler)
  3. The Sector 9010/4 is a stronger rod than the Meridian and a more castable rod as well. For a 10-weight it has an action I would almost call buttery if not for the fantastic line speed this rod is capable of. With a 10-weight line you can feel every inch of the line in a way that is similar to good 5-weights. Time slows down with this rod and it leaves you with a feeling of exactness in your cast. The Sector 8410 is a more playful and fun rod while the Sector 9010/4 feels more serious. This is a tool for the 10-weight fly angler. The rod had strength down low for driving big flies into the wind at distance and turning large fish. This is every bit a tarpon class 10-weight with permit class 10-weight touch. Like the 8410, you do not feel like you are casting or holding a 10-weight with the Sector 9010/4. This rod flat out makes a 10-weight line much more enjoyable to cast and gives you the feeling you’re fishing a lighter rod and line.

    Richard Post (Telluride Angler)
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