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Sage - BASS II - Peacock Bass - Discontinued by Sage (new PAYLOAD rod replaces these)
Sage - BASS II - Peacock Bass Fly Rod - ** Discontinued by Sage (the new SAGE PAYLOAD rodreplaces these) **
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Designed specifically for targeting the Peacock Bass but also works well to pull big Redfish or Snook out from mangrove cover or docks.
The Bass II rods have been upgraded for faster line speed to carry big, bulky flies straight to their target—everything from explosive bass in their river lairs, to voracious snook and tarpon stealthfully pulled from the mangroves on your kayak. The new Peacock model joins this year’s lineup, a true heavyweight ready to go toe-to-toe with giant Muskie, Pike and Peacock Bass.
Big poppers, sliders, and lead eyed flies easily drop into the zone with ease with the BASS II Peacock. Popular for in both the freshwater and saltwater to pull big fish out of heavy cover.
SAGE Peacock Bass fly rod is 7ft 11in
Rod Weight: 43/4oz Tube Size: 28 1/2in
390gr Full-Wells Grip with cork composite fighting butt
Handcrafted on Bainbridge Island, USA
Graphite IIIe technology
Built within tournament specifications (under 8')
Tree Frog Green blank color; Rust primary thread wraps with Gold and Black trim wraps
Fuji ceramic stripper guides; Hard chromed snake guides and tip-top
Olive ballistic cloth rod & reel case with embroidered logo
Red anodized aluminum up-locking reel seat
Super Plus full-wells cork handle, custom for each rod size with fighting butt
Includes Sage BASS II Taper line
* Note from Salt Fly Pro: Sage includes a nice durable combo case for rod and a reel, as well as special line optimized for targeting monster bass and similar fish. The shorter length of this rod is great for close range with powerful fish, especially while fishing around heavy tree cover or mangroves. This is a great inshore saltwater rod as well as working for freshwater. Ideal for a trip to South America or just the roadside canals in Miami where people keep finding Peacock Bass.