If I know the BWOs will be out on the South Platte, I like to take a 9'4wt. G or a 8'8" 4wt G2. For caddis on the Arkansas, I like a 9'5wt G. I could go on and on with different conditions and rods, but given the hard question of which rod to take to the Arkansas or S. Platte River, it would be a 4wt. Which one, I can't tell you. Just give me one!
9' 4wt Scott G Series, Rio Grande River, New Mexico
For the smaller creeks, I prefer the 2 and 3 wt. rods. Since moving to Colorado, I have used these less as I fish the bigger waters more often. These smaller rods are special to me as I fished these the most while in New Mexico casting over Rio Grande Cutthroats and wild browns in the Cimarron River.
8'8" 3wt Scott G2, East Fork Jemez River, New Mexico
The question I always ask my self is "which one rod would I keep if I could only keep one"? Well I don't think I could ever answer that question. It would be the one that I have in my hand at that time. And it will be a Scott.
Scott G2 Rods
Scott G2. 8'8" 6wt. I wouldn't mind having this one.