Never cast a scott but from what I've read, the F2's are slow actioned compared to previous scotts, for the price I'd rather look at getting a custom built rod, but the Scott's seem well liked.Some nice rods there fellas, I was thinking of buying a Scott F2 Glass rod , in a #3 or #4. I’ve never owned a glass rod before.. I’ve had a few casts with a hardy glass rod and was enjoyable to fish with.
Very nice Sean, is that his 4/5 McFarland to his specs? Sandy says it's some rod, those which have gone out to clients have become their go to!
It feels awesome during the wiggle test but I need to get a line through it as soon as the weather clears! Will have to be a bit of stocky bashing!Very nice Sean, is that his 4/5 McFarland to his specs? Sandy says it's some rod, those which have gone out to clients have become their go to!
Just bought Chris’s first ever Kineya with his C Barclay nameplate adorning it! His personal 300A labelled as number one. He put the number of brookies caught on it in the thousands so it has built in mojo.Here are some shots of the recently landed Kineya.
It's smaller than I thought, a dainty reel of just over 2.5" so perfect for that 7' #3. I will complete the set with a half length Yano silk #3.
Of late I've been mostly indulging in bench S-handles but this reel doesn't feel out of place next to them, it's beautifully made and finished, just oozes of quality.View attachment 32065View attachment 32066View attachment 32067View attachment 32068View attachment 32069