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Sage Igniter Double Handed Fly Rod

Sage Igniter Double Handed Fly Rod

Regular price $1,164.00 USD
Regular price $1,675.00 USD Sale price $1,164.00 USD
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  • Quick casting strokes
  • Lifting power for longer heads or heavy sink-tips
  • Casting for distance

The most demanding conditions require a different kind of tool. Strong head wind? Casting at distance? Long heads or Heavy sink-tips? The INGITER is tuned to handle the most technical of conditions. Not a rod for the everyday anger, the IGNTER is equipped with an ultra-fast action high line speed taper to carry large amounts of line at distance with wind cutting performance. Perfect for long traditional or scandi lines and/ or winter Skagit heads with heavy sink tips and flies.

  • KonneticHD Technology
  • Chipotle blank colour
  • Cayenne thread wraps with Gunmetal trim wraps
  • Fuji ceramic stripper guides
  • Hard chromed snake guides and tip-top
  • Freshwater 4-6 weights:
  • Cocobolo wood insert with gunmetal anodized aluminum up-locking reel seat
  • Flor grade snub nosed half-wells cork handle
  • Saltwater 6-10 weights:
  • Gunmetal anodized aluminum up-locking reel seat
  • Integrated hidden hook keeper in reel seat
  • Flor grade full-wells cork handle with EVA fighting butt
  • Laser etched line weight on slide band
  • Black rod bag with Titanium logo and chipotle colour model tag
  • Black powder coated aluminum rod tube with Sage medallion
Sage Igniter Spey Fly Rod Specifications
Model Length Handle Line Weight Tube Size Weight
6126-4 12ft 6in 13" FORE GRIP/5" REAR GRIP 6 41in 6oz
7126-4 12ft 6in 13" FORE GRIP/5" REAR GRIP 7 41in 6 3/8oz
8136-4 13ft 6in 13" FORE GRIP/5" REAR GRIP 8 43 1/2in 7 3/8oz
9140-4 14ft 0in 14.5" FORE GRIP/5.5" REAR GRIP 9 45 1/2in 8 oz
10150-4 15ft 0in 15.5" FORE GRIP/5.5" REAR GRIP 10 48in 9 1/2oz
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Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
Philip Adams (philadams52)
Absolutely incredible!

Delivery earlier than suggested, always good. Very well packaged. Exciting opening the layers. First impressions of a very well crafted rod, lovely cork on the handle, great finish. I really like the colour and the fittings.
How does it fish? Well, I was blown away. I have used Sage double handed rods for years. I am a reasonably competent caster. This rod outperforms any of my previous rods. It is light and easy to handle but has an unexpected steely authority which I adore. When I move my hands during the cast, the rod immediately does what is required. The Sage One, which I love, had to think about it for a moment! I can definitely cast further, and more accurately. There is less sideways wobble, less dip in the loops, and tighter loops. With a 55 ft 9wt Carron, I was casting in excess of 35 yards on better casts, which I have never done before. The other thing I didn't expect was that if a cast was suboptimal, sometimes it went out better than I'd expected, as if rescued by the rod. It is certainly a fast rod, in comparison to the Sage One, but it doesn't have the unyielding stiffness of some of the new rods I've tried, or an older Hardy Sintrix I tried some years ago. Overall, I am completely thrilled, and my expectations are well exceeded. I can hardly wait to get to the river to give it another go later today!