Sage One 9'6" (5WT) vs Scott Radian 9'6" (5WT)
I started a previous thread about my search for a new nymphing set-up and have narrowed it down to the Sage One 9'6" and the Scott Radian 9'6" both in a 5WT. I regularly fish tail-water and mix in some float trips on freestone watersheds in Colorado and am looking for a fast-action rod that has the ability to chuck heavily weighted stone flies as well as double nymph rigs. At this point, most of the pros and cons are identical except I can get a smoking deal on a brand new Sage One rod. That said the price is not important and if I believe the Scott better fits my needs I will gladly pay more for the rod. So, at this point I am looking for opinions from owners and previous owners on each rod.
All thoughts and opinions are welcomed!