Scott Sector 907-4


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Scott Sector 907-4 Saltwater Fly Rod

9’0″, 7-weight, 4-pc rod  – comes with branded aluminum case and partitioned cloth liner

The Scott Sector 907-4 is a sensational light bonefish and redfish rod.


  1. In no Scott fly rod is the feeling of tip lightness more evident. Most saltwater rods lose that sensitivity, but not this one. This is a lightweight rod that “casts light,” but lacks nothing for power. It throws laser loops with any modern bonefish line, but the very best choice is the Rio Direct Core Bonefish taper. Scott has designed some legendary saltwater 7-weights over the years, highlighted by the S4S 907-4 and Meridian 907-4. The Sector is even better. Even when shooting line, the caster has the sensation of “placing the fly” rather than just firing and praying.

    John Duncan (Telluride Angler)
  2. The new 907-4 Sector is stellar. It is a huge improvement over the tested and proven 907 Meridian. It casts like a trout rod and has the power of a saltwater rod. What could be better? It throws tight loops and loads amazingly well. I found it difficult to put this rod down after casting it for a while. This rod will handle a handful of different lines well but will be happiest with a Rio Bonefish taper for flats fishing.

    Parker Thompson (Telluride Angler)
  3. Another outstanding rod in the Sector lineup and one of many truly outstanding 9-foot-7 weights that are out there. Scott has always made an outstanding 907 in its saltwater lineup. Where the 907/4 Sector is most improved over the Meridian is its ability to pick up a ton of fly line or yank an intermediate line out of the water from a long way off. Despite the strength down low in the 907/4, it casts with the lightness and intuition of a light saber, light in the hand and airy through the cast while imparting confidence to the caster. The Sector 907/4 has Solo Cup dropping-in accuracy with consummate loop control. With a Rio DirectCore Bonefish WF7F the rod feels light, intuitive and no-compromise accurate. Put an intermediate line on it with an aggravatingly wind resistant waterlogged fly and you can feel the rod tighten up and show of its power and stability. The 907/4 casts delicately at distance and picks up and hucks the junk without a thought. It isn’t quite as supernatural feeling as the 906/4 but it feels appropriately stronger and more powerful for a 7-weight line. Very well made and another timeless 9-foot 7-weight saltwater rod from Scott.

    Richard Post (Telluride Angler)
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