Sage One (Free Domestic Shipping)
The ONE rod is Sage's flagship offering that may redefine the all-around rod category, where precision casting accuracy is needed over a wide range of conditions.
Hand crafted from their Konnetic technology three long years in the making, the ONE rod is a game changer. Your game. Its fast action incorporates a built in sweet spot, making the ONE rod the ideal choice for experienced and aspiring casters alike.
(The Little Ones stay in the lineup and are under their own category now
Were$850-$1050 - Scroll down for details and availability
|Sage One 486-4||4 WT||8' 6"||4 PC||2 7/16 OZ||$680.00||Add to Cart|
|Sage One 4100-4||4 WT||10'||4 PC||3 OZ||$680.00||Add to Cart|
|Sage One 586-4||5 WT||8' 6"||4 PC||2 9/16 OZ||$680.00||Add to Cart|
|Sage one 690-4||6 WT||9'||4 PC||2 7/8 OZ||$680.00||Add to Cart|
|Sage One 7100-4||7 WT||10'||4 PC||3 13/16 OZ||$680.00||Add to Cart|
|Sage One 7136-4 Spey Rod||7 WT||13' 6"||4 PC||7 5/8 OZ||$840.00||Add to Cart|
|Sage One 9140-4 Spey Rod||9 WT||14'||4 PC||8 1/8 OZ||$840.00||Add to Cart|
* Fast action
* Konnetic Technology construction
* Fuji ceramic stripping guides
* Hard chromed snake guides
* High grade, custom tapered, shaped cork handles
* Walnut wood and Golden Bronze-colored aluminum anodized freshwater reel seat
* Weights 6 through 10 have an all Golden Bronze colored aluminum anodized reel seat
* Black powder coated aluminum rod tube with Sage medallion
Sage One Two Handed and Switch Rods are here!
The new Two-Handed ONE spey rods place all the remarkable benefits of Konnetic technology in both of your hands. Its lighter weight and decidedly thinner profile are welcome assets over a long day of fishing, reducing casting fatigue and minimizing wind resistance for tireless casts. Thanks to the shaft's significantly enhanced torsional stability, the rod recovers extremely quickly as it moves through the cast, optimizing load carry and line speed for long, smooth, flawless casts every time. The shaft's decreased lateral movement and vibrations keep you more connected to your line, cast, mends and swing.
Review by Andy 8-15-11
"I have had the pleasure of fishing the 7 and 8 WT One Rods since March of this year. I caught bonefish in Andros Island in May (fairly windy) then caught bonefish and permit in March and again in May at Boca Paila and had a banner day or 3 of smallmouth fishing with the 7 wt on the Menomonee River in Wisco this past week. Casting a rod and fishing a rod are two very different things.
These One Rods cast incredibly well. Deeper bending, more sensitive casting rods that generate incredible line speed and awesome responsive feel during the cast is how I would describe them. The 7 weight when paired with a Rio Bonefish line absolutely dominated longer casts into very stiff wind. The 8 Wt cast both small bonefish flies as well as crab patterns flawlessly. Since this rod flexes a bit deeper, this resulted in less arm fatigue while smallmouth fishing when you literally cast hundred of times per day. Ditto when fighting fish- these rods are butter!
They both pick up line at tremendous distances when recasting as well, dampen almost instantly and were just about the best rods that I have ever used.....
I know the hype is already starting, but these will live up to it. I will say that as a fishing tool- they were absolutely stellar. I think the One Rods have just raised the bar again....."
2/24/2012 3:55:14 PM
by M. Hallas
Purchased a 10 foot 7 wt for steelhead fishing and all the hype is correct. The rod is amazingly light in the hand and casts effortlessly. If you are considering a new rod, try one, you will not be disappointed.
8/1/2012 8:48:19 AM
by Chris Pettineo
This is my second Sage One in as many months, and I'm not stopping there...Picked up an 8wt for steelhead, but had to give it a try on some Wisconsin and Lake County bass. Wow! The Sage One blows my GLoomis away. I paired it with an Abel Super 7 and a GPX line. It casts like a dream. I also grabbed a 5 wt for Michigan trout, that too is just a beautiful rod to cast. That brings be up to 4 Sage rods over the years and I still have each one. While I do a lot of research before a purchase I always end up getting a Sage, my next rod will definitely be another Sage One.