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  1. Fly Fishing
    Why a Sage Saltwater 6wt shootout? 6wts have become extremely popular in recent years. Fish become wary, flies become smaller, and the lighter the rod, the more fun the fight. I have been reaching for my 6wt over an 8wt in most scenarios lately. Unless I’m around a lot of structure, the wind...
  2. Boating, Fishing and Marine Products for Sale
    9ft 7wt 4 piece sage one. See the photos for details. This rod is new and includes the original warranty Card. Asking $500 shipped.
  3. Fly Fishing
    Specifically in 8 or 9 wt. I REALLY love my Sage One, but since it is discontinued i know i wont be able to find them on ebay forever..... Who has ACTUALLY OWNED a Sage ONE and found a rod they think is comparable as a replacement? I own the NRX as well and it is a great rod, there's just...
  4. Fly Fishing
    Each year I river, stream, and lake trout fish SW Colorado. I own a Sage One 590-4 and keep an old Loomis GL3 5 wt for backup. I am considering adding a 4wt variation. Will I find myself in situations where I'll say... "I wish I had a 4wt right now?" In the past I have used guides 4 wts and had...
  5. Fly Fishing
    I am a big SAGE fan. Specifically the One and Method series due to their fast/very fast action. Since most of my fishing does not require me to have a 4 piece rod, I am considering adding some 1 piece rods to the quiver and am eyeing the Loomis NRX Pro-1 series in 8 and 9 weight. Very fast...
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