Re: Sage Fly Rod Cosmetics
I wish I had a stream to fish where I a.) needed to cast anywhere near 100' and b.) had the space to do so. Outside of my back yard, for me, it just isn't necessary until I go fishing the flats, which, again, for me, isn't going to happen due to near zero interest.
Having said that, I'm not a Sage "fan," but I do enjoy their fly rods - particularly the TXL for UL fly fishing very tight locations. The coloration is subdued leading to a somewhat stealthy appearance, the rods are pretty dang light, and are laser accurate in their intended uses. Sage can keep their Asian made reels, too.