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Sage Bass II Rods


Toss big flies to fish with big appetites.

When you’re casting big flies onto weed mats to trigger attacks from the bucketmouths below, you’re in for a day of spectacular strikes and big memories—maybe even a tournament title.

New for 2012, the Bass II rods have been upgraded for faster line speed. Lighter weight than it’s predecessor, it keeps the super smooth feel but with maximum leverage to fight aggressive predators and pull big fish from cover.

They were designed to perform – line pick up, back cast, and redelivery with no false casts needed. It is the perfect tool for accurately casting big, wind resistant flies, and the best choice for fishing in mangroves and places where accuracy in close quarters is difficult with longer rods. Target everything from explosive smallmouth 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.

And to take the guesswork out of lines, all Bass II rods come with a perfectly weighted and tapered Sage fly line.

  • Fast action
  • Graphite IIIe construction
  • Built within tournament specifications
  • Tree Frog Green shaft color
  • Rust, gold, and black thread wraps
  • Fuji ceramic stripping guides
  • Hard chromed snake guides
  • Saltwater safe, red anodized aluminum reel seat
  • Custom, pre-shaped cork handle 6˝” full-wells grip
  • Fighting butt
  • Olive ballistic cloth rod/reel case with logo & series embroidery
  • Sage BASS II taper line included

    Sage Bass II Largemouth
    $600.00 $480.00 On Sale!
    330 gr
    4 Piece
    28.5" tube
    3 9/16 oz
    The Largemouth is designed for industrial-strength situations, like firing rats or other max-bulk flies into a stiff Delta breeze.

    Sage Bass II Peacock
    $600.00 $480.00 On Sale!
    390 gr
    4 Piece
    28.5" tube
    3 5/8 oz
    Just in case the Largemouth isn't enough...Sage has introduced the Peacock in their lineup of the New Bass II series. For the biggest and baddest Bass out there!