Sage 4200 Series Reels
Mark landed this native Deschutes redband trout with a Sage 3110-4 ONE Trout Spey rod, equipped with a Sage 4250 reel and 275-grain RIO Skagit Max Short line. The drag systems in 4200 series reels are impressive.
State of the art and lightweight with fully sealed drag, at an exceptional value.
Sage's 4200 series reel offering brings a sophisticated, high-performance drag system. The one-revolution drag knob offers quick and precise drag settings and provides the kind of power and smoothness you'd expect from a large traditional drag system, only without the bulk or weight.
In this picture, Frank Day has just landed a native Deschutes River trout with a sculpin fly. His rod of choice is an Echo 4106 switch rod equipped with a Sage 4260 reel.
Reels for larger trout could easily double as a light bonefish reel. All Sage 4200 series reels are heavily anodized to be saltwater proof. The combination of fine machining, anodized corrosion resistant finish and completely sealed drag system make the 4200 series among the most versatile reels in the world.
Here Mark Bachmann displays a small Florida snook prior to release. His reel of choice is a Sage 4280.
Sage 4280 reels fit all sizes of rods from five and six weight Spey rods to 7-8-9 weight single-hand rods. These reels are very strong and will take a fair amount of being knocked around, which makes them the perfect reelfor a hard working fishing guide or a travelling angler.
Reels for saltwater or Spey
Here Henry Carlile poses with a Deschutes steelhead he landed while trying my 7130-4 Sage X rod and 4210 reel. The 4210 reel does everything from steelhead and salmon to dorado and tarpon.
||200 yds (30 lb)