Efficient fly casting and fishing begins with having the right tool for the job. This is what has always drawn me towards Scott Fly Rods. Scott makes very specific fishing tools for specific fishing applications. People will often ask why series of Scott rods are only available in very limited size runs. My answer to […]
2017 IFTD Show Winner of Best New Freshwater Fly Rod Not Just a Reintroduction, a Reinvention. Recent Reviews Gink & Gasoline Scott G Series are iconic fly rods. They’re medium action, smooth flexing fly rods treasured by anglers the world over. Scott introduced the first G rods in 1976, and changed fly fishing by creating the […]
Until now, you’ve had to choose between a rod with power and line speed, or a rod with touch and feel. But thanks to Scott, those days are over. Fast and Feel have finally come together. So, how’d we do it? We dramatically increased recovery speed with our new ReAct technology. By minimizing energy- sapping […]
Introducing the all new Scott Flex series, rods so light, effortless, and forgiving, they let you focus on fishing better. Flex rods generate line speed and tight loops effortlessly, helping you cast accurately and control your presentations. And, their powerful butt sections help with quick, positive hook sets and fish control. Incorporating many of the […]
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http://www.tellurideangler.com Scott Fly Rods designer Jim Bartschi takes us inside the Scott factory for an insider’s view of the design and production of Scott’s famous G2 Series fly rods. This exclusive presentation is hosted by John Duncan, former Scott Marketing Director and owner of Telluride Angler fly shop.
A little tribute to our friends at the Scott Fly Rod Co. in Montrose, Colo. Music by Palmer Taylor [first track] blackdoveaudio.com/ and Magic Man [second track] magicman.bandcamp.com/track/swell-song Edited & graded by Ben Knight Logo Animation by Barry Thompson Photographed by Ben Knight & Travis Rummel