I'm not a Scott guy, (wouldn't mind, I like their rods), but here is what I'd do. Go to their website and click on "Repairs". Click on "Download your repair return authorization form here" and fill it out. Then pack the rod up, put a check for $20 and the return authorization form into the return package and send it to the address listed. I'd post a URL but they are not a sponsor.fishNphysician said:Is there a Scott guy on this board that can advise me on what to do next?
Doh! You're right. I clicked on the sponsors list and didn't see them at the top with the rest of the large manufacturers and assumed they weren't. My apologies to the folks at Scott. Here's the URL:MJC said:I believe Scott fly rods is indeed a sponsor on Spey Pages. There are also some Scott experts that visit here on a regular basis. Maybe one will answer if they are not off on a trip somewhere.