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I have inherited a 14' #10 double hander called the Midnight Sun by Wright and McGill.does anyone have any info? I have been unable to find anything about it.Is this rod usable? or would I be wasting time trying to use it,I am relativly inexperianced at spey/doublehanded casting.
 

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Wright & McGill was a major manufacturer of rods, reels, flies and hooks in the U.S. for decades. Their tackle was inexpensive, mostly useable stuff for the masses. Gawdonly knows if they knew anything about spey rods. I'd put the rod in the hands of an experienced spey caster, who will be able to tell with a few casts whether the rod is any good or not.
 

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thanks for the advice Nooksak,I have been told today that it possibly is on a hardy blank and was origonaly purchased in the early seventies in Scotland.my uncle prefered the old greenheart or a locally made cane rod.
 
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