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Scott Fly Rod Company Unveils New Session Series

“Fast with feel” Session rods combine acclaimed design approaches with latest materials and technologies for exceptional performance at approachable price point.

Scott Fly Rod Company Unveils New Session Series

Session rods are said represent a fusion of the company's most celebrated design philosophies with modern materials and technologies. (Jakob Kanuk/Manic Tackle Project photo)

The Scott Fly Rod Company has introduced its latest innovation, the Session series of fly rods. Session rods represent a fusion of the company's most celebrated design philosophies with modern materials and technologies.

These fly rods are meticulously handcrafted to deliver high performance on the water. With a focus on line speed, loop control, and feel, Session rods are touted to effortlessly load and respond to even the most subtle cues from the angler, enhancing precision and control.

“Anyone who has fished Scott freshwater rods in the recent past will immediately recognize our signature ‘fast with feel’ action in Session rods,” said Scott President Jim Bartschi in a press release. “They share some of the design approaches and materials DNA with some of our most legendary rods. Incorporating some of our newest technologies give these rods their own unique feel and attributes.”

Key features of Session rods include Scott's Carbon Link epoxy resin system, multi-modulus lay ups, ARC2 reinforcement, ReAct technology, and Natural Finish blanks, all engineered to elevate performance to new heights.

Crafted in Montrose, Colorado, Session rods boast milled aluminum reel seats with type 2 anodized and wood inserts, silicon nitride stripping guides, and super-grade cork handles.

Available in lengths from 8 to 10 feet and in four-piece configurations for 3- to 8-weight lines, Session fly rods cater to a wide range of angling preferences and techniques. These rods are now available in fly shops, priced at $675.

Studio photo of the Scott Session fly rod.
Key features of Session rods include Scott's Carbon Link epoxy resin system, multi-modulus lay ups, ARC2 reinforcement, ReAct technology, and Natural Finish blanks, all engineered to elevate performance to new heights.

The Scott Fly Rod Company was founded in 1974 with a commitment to protecting the environment and supporting local fly shops. “Every single Scott rod has been handcrafted from scratch, right in our shop–for over 45 years…” states its website.

More details are available at www.scottflyrod.com.

A fly angler casting in a clear blue stream.
Available in lengths from 8 to 10 feet and in four-piece configurations for 3- to 8-weight lines, Session fly rods cater to a wide range of angling preferences and techniques. (Jakob Kanuk/Manic Tackle Project photo)

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