Featuring a unique retractable butt section, 9ft and 10ft Scope rods pack down to a miniature 44 inches and 50 inches – fitting in the boot of a car. Yet Kevin’s discovery is that reducing rod length produces tools that are unexpectedly superior in almost every way.
Easier to use in confined swims, offering absolute casting accuracy and providing improved contact with battling carp Scope rods have no limits. Casting distances over 170 yards have been recorded with 9ft Scopes.
Expanded by popular demand into both heavier and lighter test curves the Scope concept has influenced every avenue of specialist fishing – from spodding to marker work, to lure fishing, drop shotting, even boat fishing.
With the stunning new Scope Corks available in test curves to suit floater work, barbel, chub, commercial bagging work and all manner or other applications Scope can truly be whatever what you want it to be.
Bringing improved sensitivity, accuracy and heightened performance Scope is the only true innovation in rods for decades. Join the short rod revolution.
Unique retractable butt for the most compact big fish performance ever achieved
Super light high modulus carbon blanks with 1K weave
Genuine Fuji DPS reel seat
Fuji Minima low profile one piece guides for improved casting and enhanced sensitivity
Japanese full shrink and Cork handle options
Carbon line clip
Black stainless laser etched butt cap with beta light slot (fits Scope Rectangular Isotope)
NEW SCOPE CORK 9FT AND 10FT 1.75LB
The softer side of Scope. Truly versatile, go anywhere tools, these Scope Cork 1.75lb models bring the classic Avon rod versatility bang up to date. Equally at home casting spinners and spoons for perch to flicking freelined baits at small river chub or casting feeders for bream and tench yet they retain the power for bagging small carp on commercials and even float fishing and surface work for bigger carp. Optimum range 0-60 yards/55 metres with leads of 1-2 oz.
NEW SCOPE CORK 9FT AND 10FT 2.25LB
Another classic all-rounder with the emphasis on a progressive player's action but with increased power in the butt, making the 2.25lb Scope the choice for barbel in bigger flows, and Method feeder work for tench, bream and carp. A brilliant tool for floater work, one that since the earliest sample stages has needed almost surgically removing from Alan Blair. Optimum range 0-70 yards/65 metres with leads of 2-2.5 oz.