Meet the All New Radian
In the past fly fishermen have had to choose between a rod with power and line speed, or a rod with touch and feel. Scott Fly Rod Company has combined all of these traits into the Radian.
Fast and reel with great accuracy are now possible for every angler with this technologically advanced rod.
Scott has dramatically increased recovery speed with their ReAct technology. By minimizing energy- sapping vibrations, ReAct creates fast action, high line speed rods with all the nuance and feel of a presentation fly rod.
Long roll casts to a tricky seam or short, delicate casts with fine 6X leaders are just as easy as long distance streamer deliveries to the opposite bank with the Radian. More importantly, the after the cast fishability of Radian rods gives anglers incredible mending ability and tippet protection. This multi-faceted rod even allows for strongest hook setting and fish fighting power you expect from a fast action rods.
Scott's advanced technology helps make the Radian amazing. The commitment to the finest components and workmanship set this rod apart. Features like titanium framed SiC stripping guides, custom reel seats with burled box elder spacers, the very top grade Portuguese cork, and the patented Universal snake guides from American maker Snake Brand round out the most fully loaded Scott Fly Rod to ever grace a rod rack.
Each and every Radian is handcrafted start to finish in our shop in Montrose, Colorado by craftsmen who are also anglers. They not only make the Radian, they fish it on streams, lakes and the saltwater.
Find out just how satisfying your fishing becomes when you get Fast with Feel, and start fishing a Radian
Every Scott rod is made from beginning to end in Montrose, Colorado. Scott takes their mission to handcraft high performance rods very seriously, using knowledge gained from forty years of design experience with the commitment to handcraft every fly rod made to give you top performance and benchmark quality. It's in all the little details that exceptional rods are distinguished from merely good rods.
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