Scott Wave 906-4

$675.00

SKU: sco-wave-9064

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Product Description

Scott Wave 906-4 fly rod

9’0″ 6-weight, 4-piece fly rod
Comes in a cordura-covered PVC case with separate cloth liner

 

 

Reviews

  1. This rod has a crisp and fiery feel with classic flats lines such as the SA Bonefish and Rio Flats Pro. It casts tight loops with the small flies you would expect to fish in Belize, Mexico and Christmas Island (#6-#10), but lacks the beefy butt section required of a heavy trout or bass 6-weight designed to cast bulky, wind-resistant streamers. These are unique purposes. The Wave 906-4 rips through the wind with a fast stroke and rapid recovery. It is lighter than many high-end saltwater 6-weights, but narrower in purpose: delivering the small fly quickly with stealth. It has exceptional range, casting with confidence from 20’ to over 80’.

    John Duncan (Telluride Angler)
  2. The 906/4 Wave is a very well-rounded saltwater style 6wt. It is nice and light in hand and forms a tight loop with only a small amount of fly line out. This is a rod that almost every angler will cast well and only takes a few casts to get comfortable with. It’s one of the more intuitive 6wt rods out there and is very accurate in close. When you get more line out the rod holds true to its form and maintains a beautifully tight loop well past the head of the fly line. It’s a rod that is effortless to cast and won’t tire the caster on a long day. I’ve cast this rod with the Rio Elite Flats Pro WF6F and the rod handled the heavier line very well. If you are using this rod as a dedicated bonefish rod the Rio Elite Bonefish WF6F would be a great choice.

    Parker Thompson (Telluride Angler)
  3. This is a very cool rod, fun to cast and just right for a lightweight saltwater style 6-weight. I cast the Wave 906/4 with a Rio Flats Pro WF6F. This has become my go to light saltwater line when redfishing and I really like the way it throws a bonefish fly, too. The rod handled the line wonderfully with a snappy character and a distinct and stable load point. The Wave 906/4 has a feeling of lightness with big rod character. The guides and componentry make the rod feel and perform in a more substantial way, but the lightness of the blank and the playful stable nature of the taper make the rod feel nimble and nuanced. I wouldn’t say this rod has sizzling line speed like the Sector. I would still reach for the Sector 906/4 as a dedicated bonefish 6 weight, but the Wave can certainly play in that realm. I think the Wave 906/4 would make a very fine small fly floodtide rod for redfish on foot. The crossover potential as a smallmouth, trout streamer or carp rod adds some serious versatility to this working 6-weight. It is certainly capable of fishing grasshoppers, dry droppers and larger nymph rigs with confidence. My only caveat with this rod as a dedicated trout stick is the hardware, which is oversized for saltwater.

    Richard Post (Telluride Angler)
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