Repair FAQ

The information below may help answer some of your questions. As always, if you need any help, please contact us.

Where do I send my rod for repair?
Please send us your entire rod. Include a completed copy of the Scott repair form along with a check, money order, or credit card number for $50.00 per warrantied rod, and return to:

Scott Fly Rod Company 
ATTN: Repairs
2355 Air Park Way
Montrose, CO 81401

Where can I download the Scott repair form?

Download your repair return authorization form here

How do I package and ship my rod?
Put the entire rod in its cloth liner and case. Package the rod, liner, and case in a cardboard box or tube and send it to the address above. We recommend sending the rod via UPS or FedEx, insured for the full value of the rod. Use a tracking service/delivery confirmation if available. Keep a copy of your tracking number and a copy of the completed repair form sent with your rod.

I live outside the United States. What will it cost to return my rod?
International repairs will be charged actual freight to a credit card. Please include your contact information or a credit card number to cover return shipping and handling.

How long will it take to repair my rod?
We'll complete most repairs within 4 weeks of receipt. Rods that have been discontinued for over four years may take longer than current stock models.  

I built my rod from a Scott Blank. Can it be repaired?
Yes. We'll return the rod with a new blank section. When returning a blank for repair, please remove any hardware you wish to keep or reuse before returning the blank to Scott.

Is my rod covered by the Scott warranty?
Rods that have been resold, are not registered with Scott within 30 days of purchase, or have a serial number lower than 35,000 (built prior to ~1994) are not covered under the Scott warranty, and will be charged a reasonable fee for repairs.