Scott Session 906-4


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SKU: sco-ses-906

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Product Description

Scott Session 906-4 fly rod

9’0″ 6-weight, 4-piece rod
Comes with partitioned cloth liner and cordura-covered PVC travel case

Covered by the Scott Lifetime Warranty for the original owner



  1. This is a rod that fits nicely in the 6wt mix. It is by no means the stiffest rod out there but also isn’t super slow. A great “do it all” rod, you could easily use it for big dry flies and it would also make a great nymphing rod. If you plan on using it as a streamer rod consider fishing the Rio Elite Predator lines over the SA Titan lines. The Predator lines cast better on rods like this and won’t overpower the blank. Given the overall action of this rod, it will be terrific for nymphing. It has great feel and is a very good roll casting rod. At first I tried the Rio Gold on here and it felt a little bouncy at the taper change. I tried the SA Infinity next and liked this pairing quite a bit better. With the Infinity, the rod felt silky smooth and the bounce was eliminated.

    Parker Thompson (Telluride Angler)
  2. A six weight that knows the hat it wears. Like the 904 and 905, I feel like this rod represents an ideal example of a versatile trout rod for its line weight and length in this category. It is not the most powerful 6 weight, but possesses every bit of punch that it needs. I liked it with a Rio Gold and felt it had a great big old sweet spot where I could feel the energy building within. It has a playful flex with a stable tip and great control over loop shape. I felt like there was a shade more nuance to this rod’s action and you could really move the line around well. I wouldn’t designate this as a heavy streamer rod, although it’ll do that. A western drift boat dry dropper rod fits the bill for sure. Controlled power with a light touch and a very progressive action. You could rock this rod back nice and easy or really pull back on your haul and drive a cast. The rod is very adaptable to different power applications and casting styles.

    Richard Post (Telluride Angler)
  3. The Session 906-4 is a rangy fishing tool that can do a lot of things in the hands of a skilled angler. It’s fundamentally a nice casting tool with a flex profile similar to the 905. Some anglers will prefer a stiffer 6-weight for streamer fishing, but for a combination of dries, nymphs and the occasional streamer, this is a well-tuned fly rod. In a lot of ways, medium-fast action is superior to an ultra-stiff rod for any wind-resistant fly (like a mouse or bass bug) or for nymph/indicator rigs because the rod flexes enough to form a nice loop even when your terminal tackle is mucking up the casting algorithm. I prefer this rod with an SA Infinity Taper, the long head of which casts with excellent control and line speed at distance. It’s a little sluggish with a Rio Gold, but does all the little things well: roll casting, line mending, and fighting fish with a balance of tippet protection and butt section strength. This is a really good all-purpose trout rod for those who fish larger rivers and lakes, or have some bass opportunities in the neighborhood.

    John Duncan (Telluride Angler)
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