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.
About Scott Fly Rods
Why Natural Finish?
Natural finish blanks let us precisely control the amount of fiber and resin in each blank. They are the purest expression of rod design, and create a rod with great touch, durability and feel.
Truth in Rod Building
- Material: Multi modulus graphite lay ups with ARC reinforcement
- Cork: Flor
- Reel Seat: REC machined aluminum uplock anodized black
- Spacer: Box elder burl
- Guides: Super hard chrome snakes, SiC stripping guides
- Case/Liner: Aluminum tube with Scott cloth liner
70% stronger! 40% lighter! All made possible through the magic of another random collection of letters and numbers.
Great fly rods aren’t great because they’re made with the latest exclusive material brought to you by the minds of clever marketing departments.
Great fly rods are forged from commitment, experience, and passion. It takes commitment to source the right materials and components even if they are a lot more expensive, and it takes commitment to craftsmanship and top quality even if they take much more time.
Our rods are handcrafted by people who love to fish as much as you do, and they’re put together with the know how that comes from almost forty years of design and rod building experience.
It’s all in the details, and how those details are brought together, and it has a whole lot to do with the people who make your rods.
Sure materials are important. In fact, they are very important, but that’s just the first step.
And that’s the truth.