Sage Pulse Two-Handed Fly Rod

Sage Pulse Two-Handed Fly Rod
Sage Pulse Two-Handed Fly Rod
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Pulse Two-Handed Fly Rod by Sage
The Sage Pulse Two-Handed Fly Rod is made from Sage's IIIe graphite and delivers the fast-action performance necessary to cast heavy skagit heads and traditional spey lines. The Pulse is one of the newest additions to the Sage family, and it was designed from the ground up with a stiff graphite blank that gives the rod a fast-action feel. Like all Sage rods, the Pulse is made on Bainbridge Island, USA, and it was designed to be a salmon or steelhead workhorse, whether you're drifting an indicator setup from a switch rod or swinging Scandi patterns from one of the longer spey options.

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SKU: SAG001Q
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