ALL NEW Scott G Series Fly Rod
2017 Winner at International Fly Tackle Dealer "Best Freshwater Fly Rod"
We had a chance to fish this rod as a demo before its release and can hardly wait to get the finished rods in our hands. If you are looking for the ultimate lightweight dry fly stick I don't know that there is anything else on the market like it. This is going to leave the rest of the rod manufacturers playing catch up, again!
Owner / Iron Bow Fly Shop & Outfitters
If you stalk big, wary trout with tiny flies, long leaders, and light tippet, look no further for the perfect fishing tool.
G2 rods inspire confidence and fierce loyalty. It comes from knowing exactly where your fly is going to land and from knowing that when you hook that big selective fish on fine tippet, your rod is going to perform to land it.
The G2 combines compound progressive taper designs, multi-modulus lay ups, and thin-walled, natural finish blanks, fit with the finest componentry and craftsmanship.
What does that mean? It means that the last few minutes spent on your hands and knees crawling into position below a big riser won’t leave you wondering if 7X tippet is a cruel joke.
The G2, Scott’s ultimate presentation tool.
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 first 9’ 4 weight fly rod. We also introduced the world to the hollow internal ferrule-the most sophisticated way to connect multi-piece fly rods in a smooth and seamless fashion.
In 2006, we introduced the G2 series and modernized medium-action fly rods by making them lighter in hand and increasing their recovery speed.
Now, we bring you the all new G Series. These rods advance medium action fly rods with two innovations. We’ve reinvented the hollow internal ferrule to make it more flexible, stronger, and more than 20% lighter. We’ve also combined our cutting edge fiber and resin systems in the most advanced multi-modulus layups we’ve ever created. New multi-slope tapers were designed to take full advantage of the new materials layups.