Until now, fly anglers have had to choose between fast-action rods with power that create higher line speeds, or slower-action rods with the touch and feel necessary for a delicate delivery.
The all-new Radian from Scott has finally brought fast and feel together in one high-performance fly rod.
You are probably asking yourself, how did Scott accomplish this? Well, most importantly they have dramatically increased recovery speed with their new ReAct technology. By minimizing energy sapping vibrations, this technology creates fast action, high line speed generating rods with all the touch and feel of presentation action rods.
Now, roll casts to a tricky seam, and short, delicate casts with fine 6X leaders are just as easy as long distance streamer deliveries to the opposite bank. And after the cast, when you need extended fishability, Radian rods give you incredible mending abilities and tippet protection without sacrificing the authoritative hook setting and fish fighting power you expect from a fast action rod.
Scott Radian Fly rods also offer the finest in components and craftsmanship. Features like titanium framed SiC stripping guides, custom reel seats with burled box elder spacers, the highest grade Portuguese cork, and the new patented Universal snake guides from American maker Snake Brand round out the features list of these remarkable fly rods.
And like all Scott Fly Rods, the Radian is handcrafted in Montrose, Colorado by anglers who know fly rods.
- ReAct Technology - Brings together X-Core with new complex materials and taper system to dramatically increase recovery speed
- X-Core Technology – Enhanced feel, incredible stability, and unequalled performance. X-Core combines the industry’s most advanced composite technologies with cutting-edge design
- FiberFuse-Enhanced resin uses new chemistry to create stronger bonds between each fiber
- Multi-Modulus Design - fine-tuned flex and recovery
- ARC - Advanced Reinforced Carbon reduces torque and increases strength.
- Handcrafted in the USA - Built from beginning to end in Montrose, Colorado.