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  1. Spey Classifieds
    I also have this for sale: Heavy duty 10’ 6” Bamboo Montague Manitou "Dry Fly Salmon" Rod 3/2, Circa 1930's-1940's (from 1939 catalogue). Flame Finished, Bronzed Nickel Silver Ferrules. Original excellent condition with original bag. Note, the winding check has cracked over time but does not...
    $225 CAD
  2. General
    I just purchased a 1962 Sharpe's 12' #8 rod from a member here (shout out to @malabarca for a great transaction) and tried it out today with a #7/8 Bridge Tributary on my pre-war 4 ¼" Uniqua. Sweet combo! And WOW, is cane ever fun to cast 😜
  3. Rods
    Hi - I have used the search function but cannot seem to find the answer. So I thought I would ask. I am planning out out a spey rod build and would like to hollow it out. My question is: How far back from the spliced joints should I stop the hollowing? TIA TIA this will be my first bamboo...
  4. Spey Classifieds
    I have a 7 1/2 4wt bamboo rod I’d like to move on. I built it in the late 80’s from a Partridge of Redditch blank. It is the gold impregnated finish. I believe the model was LL2Z per this link: https://splitcaneinfo.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/09/Partridge-1983.pdf It is a 2 piece rod with a...
  5. Spey Classifieds
    Custom made Riverwatch Spey Rod built by Bob Clay in Kispiox Valley, BC. 12’3”, 7/8 weight, 5 sided, 3 piece, 2 tips, with spliced ferruls. Dark navy blue wraps with red trim, dark nickel hardware and medium flaming. (This is a VERY handsome rod.) Includes circa 1920 4.5 inch Dingley reel from...
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