Sage fly rods are quickly accumulating awards, with the CIRCA receiving honors from Field & Stream, and the ONE 590-4 from Fish Alaska. Also, Sage has been recognized by the International Game & Fish Association for their rods catching more record-breaking fish than any other.
Read more in the press release below.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
February 28, 2013 (Bainbridge Island, Wash.) – Sage, the leading manufacturer of fly rods, reels, apparel and accessories, continues to earn awards and recognition for both fly rods and reels.
In the Field & Stream March issue, the Sage CIRCA won the ‘Best of the Best’ award. Reviewer Ted Leeson notes, “these rods are far better suited to the trout fishing conditions most of us routinely encounter, where precision and delicacy count for more than distance and power.”
The Sage CIRCA also won the Sporting Classics ‘Award of Excellence’ for fishing. Senior Editor Todd Tanner calls the CIRCA “…one of the sweetest, smoothest casting rods to ever grace a trout stream.”
Fish Alaska awarded both the Sage ONE 590-4 fly rod and the 3850CF reel with gold medals in its annual Gear Awards edition. The new 4260 reel received a silver medal, and the ONE fly rod in both single-handed and two-handed models received the ‘Retailer’s Choice Award’.
Every year the International Game & Fish Association recognizes manufacturers whose products caught more world record fish than any other. For the 2012 fishing season, Sage wins the fly rod category again with 40 record-breaking fish caught using Sage rods. The award will be presented to Sage at the Tenth Annual World Record Achievement Awards ceremony in April.
Founded in 1980, Sage was created with one idea in mind—to build the world’s finest performance fly rods. Passionate about creating fly fishing products that continually exceed expectations, Sage strives to seek performance advantages through new materials and designs based on a foundation of research and innovation. Sage also offers fly reels, apparel, accessories and luggage for avid anglers. For more information, please visit http://www.sageflyfish.com