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ONE series additions feature in Sage launches

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Pike and musky are the target with the new rods in the Sage specialty category.
↑ Sage has added another rod to its European Style Nymphing (ESN) family.

Fly fishing company, Sage, has launched a selection of new rods to its existing portfolio, all of which are available from early April.

Keen to offer anglers a wider choice for various fishing applications, the US manufacturer has added a new model to its European Style Nymphing (ESN) family, another to its ONE range, two new spey rods (also in the ONE series) and two new specialty models.

Joining ESN’s current family of four 10-foot rods is a new 3-weight, 11-foot model designed to give competition fishermen and ESN anglers a more effective tool in situations where extra reach is required. The rod features a mini fighting butt that provides leverage and balance against the angler’s forearm.

A new addition to the ONE series is a 9-foot, 12-weight single-hand rod with enough ‘backbone’ to handle species such as tuna, giant tarpon and sailfish.

Further expansion of the ONE range comes in the shape of two six-piece models incorporating the same technology and cosmetics as the rest of the line. Sage believes the 13-foot, 7-weight and 14-foot, 9-weight travel-friendly versions provide more versatility in the way they cover numerous casting and fishing styles for steelhead and salmon.

Pike and musky are the target species for two new fast-action rods in Sage’s specialty category. The pike rod is a 9-foot, 10-weight and the musky a 9-foot, 11-weight. Both sport the same cosmetics as the company’s Bass II series, with extended fighting butts and over-sized stripping guides. Each model comes with either a Rio Pike or Musky WF F/I line.


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