Sage Xi3 Fly Rod Review

Finally got to cast a few of the different  the new Sage X I 3 when the Sage Rep stopped by the shop Monday.  Thanks Ben, now I'll have to get all new Saltwater Rods before my next trip South.  Besides the price $695+ the rod is definitely an improvement over the X i 2 rods.  I'd have to say the rod seems to be lighter and more powerful.  It wasn't a windy day outside the shop but picking up a whole line and shooting it the whole length took less effort than my other rods.  I really like the blue finish, guides and rod case.  All in all, if the rod going to help me cast a crab 10 more feet to catch that permit, it going to be worth the investment.

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More Details

- Saltwater fast action
- Proprietary taper design utilizing SaltH2O Technology
- Pacific Blue Blank Color
- Electra blue trim wraps/ cobalt blue primary wraps
- Fuji hard chrome plated - stripping guides feature Alconite ceramic inserts, which offer the utmost durability and line wear resistance' tip tops and snake guides are over sized on all models for ease of line movement
- All models have saltwater safe black anodized reel seat, cork and EVA fishing butt, easy-grip, heavy knurled lock rings and full-wells cork grips
- Black fabric rod bag with silver silk-screen
- Powder coated blue aluminum tube with grey silkscreed Sage Logo

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