Scott Sector 906-4


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Scott Sector 906-4 Saltwater Fly Rod

9’0″, 6-weight, 4-pc rod  – comes with branded aluminum case and partitioned cloth liner

The Scott Sector 906-4 is designed for both fresh and saltwater.  Rod Designer Jim Bartschi feels this is the best 6-weight Scott has ever produced for any purpose.


  1. Rod Designer Jim Bartschi believes this is the best 6-weight Scott has ever designed for any purpose. It’s a tremendous streamer rod for heavy trout and bass, more powerful than the S 846-4 for articulated streamers, rabbit leaches and other wind resistant or water-logged patterns. The casting action is simply marvelous. It loads so naturally in the top half of the rod, but with supreme control and power from the butt section. This rod showcases Bartschi’s complex and purposeful rod design capability. When fishing the flats, use a Rio Direct Core Bonefish line. For bass, choose your favorite specialty bass taper or the Rio InTouch Big Nasty. Have fun.

    John Duncan (Telluride Angler)
  2. This is the finest 6wt Scott that I have ever had the pleasure of casting. The overall swing weight of this rod is amazing. It forms tight little loops almost instantly and is a dream to cast. I was a pretty big fan of the 906-4 Meridian, but the new Sector is superior in every way imaginable. It is light, stable, intuitive, and smooth. This rod would make for a killer flats rod or streamer rod for any angler.

    Parker Thompson (Telluride Angler)
  3. This rod is the 6-weight unicorn. For years I have been asked about a 6-weight for the salt and freshwater, a rod that can throw a large streamer with a sinking line, or a bonefish fly and a tropical floating line, maybe an indicator rig or a grasshopper. This rod can perform all these tasks with the best of them. A true all around 9-foot 6-weight that can handle any of the tasks called upon for its line weight. Bartschi says this is the best 906 that he’s ever made, and I absolutely agree. Like all the Sector rods, the 906 possesses a suppleness and touch that is inexplicable with the lightness in the hand and the amount of power this rod generates. The feeling of control with line in the air is second to none and you feel like you are in total command of every inch of fly line that leaves the tip. The Sector 906 has the lightness in hand of a high end 5-weight and power through the cast of a high end 7-weight. An argument could be made that other 9-foot 6-weights can perform certain specific tasks better than the Sector 906, but no other 9-foot 6-weight is as good as this rod at everything you could dream of doing with a 6-weight.

    Richard Post (Telluride Angler)
  4. I have only used this rod to throw streamers. Days fished 25. It will handle two pretty good-sized streamers. I fish it with SONAR SINK 25 COLD 200 grain. It handles the line and one or two large streamers no problem. This rod has plenty of power and just has a sweet feeling to it. It can handle a four-inch bunny leach with a cone head no problem but not two of those. It can handle two Rio Tractor streamers or one Rio Tractor and one Rio Tractor Trailer, but I don’t think you would want to two Rio Tractor Trailer on the rod. My only complaint is that there is no hook keeper to put your fly on when you are not fishing. So I paired it with a Nautilus XL or XL Max I can’t remember and got it with a hook set on the reel. You have to order it with the hook set, it does not come with one. I also own a Sage Igniter 691-FB it is also a great streamer rod it is a tad more powerful but not as sweet, it does have a hook keeper on the rod I use the same line on it. I will let my son borrow the Igniter but not the Scott Sector LOL. I have never used either for any other type of fishing but streamer fishing for trout. While I have never used either for nymphing my guess is the Scott Sector would be a better rod for that than the Igniter 691.

    I am convinced that if you really like to throw streamers you have to have a streamer rod it just makes it more fun, easier on your body and arm. Whenever a friend gets to use one of my streamer rods and has not used one in the past, they marvel at how much better they can cast and how much easier it is. I prefer a 6wt rod because it can handle big 26” plus fish and still makes catching fish in the 10 to 16 inch rang fish fun. I only like using a 7wt or 8wt rod for streamers if you are only going to throw really big stuff.

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