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    Recent Bamaboo Finds

    Picked up 3 bamboo rods in the last couple of weeks

    A rare Heddon #10 dry fly rod pre ferrule designation system circa 1935-39 8ft 3 piece 2 tip #5 pics on bottom

    A New DR Stone maxwell era Leonard 37H taper rod with great antiquing work done on the ferrules and reel handle. 7ft 2 piece 2 tip # 4 pics in the middle

    Another new dennis stone rod built on his own custom taper with a light flaming done to the 7 1/2 ft 2 piece 2 tip for a # 3/4 line.ics on top. Now all we need are some rising trout

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    Re: Recent Bamaboo Finds

    Quote Originally Posted by MACFLY View Post
    Picked up 3 bamboo rods in the last couple of weeks

    A rare Heddon #10 dry fly rod pre ferrule designation system circa 1935-39 8ft 3 piece 2 tip #5 pics on bottom

    A New DR Stone maxwell era Leonard 37H taper rod with great antiquing work done on the ferrules and reel handle. 7ft 2 piece 2 tip # 4 pics in the middle

    Another new dennis stone rod built on his own custom taper with a light flaming done to the 7 1/2 ft 2 piece 2 tip for a # 3/4 line.ics on top. Now all we need are some rising trout

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    ...and a few casting lessons.

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    Re: Recent Bamaboo Finds

    Quote Originally Posted by trico mike View Post
    ...and a few casting lessons.
    I thought these rods cast themselves

    "Angling is extremely time consuming. That's sort of the whole point." - Thomas McGuane

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    Re: Recent Bamaboo Finds

    Very nice collectibles.

    I imagine you were able to score all three for less than 500 or so?


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    Re: Recent Bamaboo Finds

    I just sent in my deposit for another James Reid bamboo Spey. I had to replace the Riverwatch I sold.

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    Re: Recent Bamaboo Finds

    Quote Originally Posted by golden beetle View Post
    Very nice collectibles.

    I imagine you were able to score all three for less than 500 or so?
    New DR stone rods retail for 1095.00 for a hex and 1195.00 for a hollow built. I paid a good deal less then that. The heddon I am having assessed as to actual value.

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    Re: Recent Bamaboo Finds

    I was very pleased to see the bamboo rods.....when I read the title, I thought it may have to do with the POTUS and Halloween....

    I really like the look of the rod in the first three pics......

    "I'm not out on the river to win." -Kieth Rutherford

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    Re: Recent Bamaboo Finds

    Quote Originally Posted by MACFLY View Post
    New DR stone rods retail for 1095.00 for a hex and 1195.00 for a hollow built. I paid a good deal less then that. The heddon I am having assessed as to actual value.
    Beetle just wanted to know how much of your money he wasn't getting this year, through gubberment handouts.

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    Re: Recent Bamaboo Finds

    Quote Originally Posted by lightenup View Post
    I was very pleased to see the bamboo rods.....when I read the title, I thought it may have to do with the POTUS and Halloween....

    I really like the look of the rod in the first three pics......
    The gale creek taper. Haven't received it yet but I love the looks of the rod and really want a 3 weight. Most of my rods are 5 weights. A 3/4 is ideal for the poconos when you plan on fishing dries

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    Re: Recent Bamaboo Finds

    Quote Originally Posted by CTobias View Post
    I just sent in my deposit for another James Reid bamboo Spey. I had to replace the Riverwatch I sold.
    How long is his backlog?


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    Re: Recent Bamaboo Finds

    Quote Originally Posted by joe_panella View Post
    How long is his backlog?
    He was sitting at two years when I placed my order. Deposit is only required a year out

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