Sage Bass II Fly Rod

    Sage Bass II Fly Rod

    Price: $550.00
    Item #: SG21FBS2
    Rating: 5 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 5 1 Reviews
    Shipping Weight: 1.95 pounds

    The Bass II is an advanced performance rod that generates higher line speeds, provides greater accuracy and easier line pickup. This lighter weight bass rod has a very smooth feel but with maximum leverage to fight aggressive predators and pull big fish from cover. These rods perform the job of line pick up, back-cast, and redelivery with no false cast needed. It is  the perfect tool for accurately casting big, wind resistant flies from a kayak, canoe and other small personal watercraft. It's also the best choice for fishing in mangroves and salt marshes where accuracy in close quarters is difficult with standard length rods. Bass II is versatile for many different species and conditions. This family of rods includes the new Peacock Bass model which is designed specifically for to pursue large, aggressive, warm water species such as Pike, Muskie, and Peacock Bass. All Bass II rods come with a perfectly weighted and tapered line.

    • Fast action
    • Graphite III construction
    • Built with tournament specifications
    • Tree Frog Green Blank
    • Rust, Gold and Black thread wraps
    • Fuji ceramic stripper guides
    • Hard chromed snake guides
    • Saltwater safe, red anodized aluminum reel seat
    • Pre-shaped cork handle 6 1/2" full-wells grip is customized for each rod size
    • Fighting Butt
    • Olive Ballistic Cloth rod/reel tube with logo & series embroidery
    • Sage BASS II taper line included
    • Sage Lifetime Warranty

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    Average Customer Review: 5 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 5 1 Reviews
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    5 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 5 Great rod, perfect for this type fishing, 8.29.2014
    Reviewer: C D Harris (Abilene, TX)

    I have a small pond on my property with lots of bass, bluegill and catfish. I've used my 5 wt trout rod to fish it for years but had limited success landing anything big. I bought this rod in the smallmouth size and was immediately impressed. The rod casts great, and the line is heavy enough that it shoots through the guides with little effort. When fish are rising, you can instantly pick up the line and put it down exactly where you want it. Great for poppers, streamers and even big hoppers. I've caught and landed dozens of 3-5 lb bass and one 10 lb catfish in the past couple of months since I got this and that is during the hot months when fish aren't biting. Can't wait for cooler weather.