This is the classic Norling "perfectionist" fishing rod taper that the Norlings' have made for years. Never fished, this rod was made in 2017. This 2 piece rod is hollow built from a maker with very high standards.
This fly fishing rod was made in 1949 by George Reid, and is an early patent pending impregnated 2/2 rod. The original label on the synthane tube calls for a HFG line (4 wt). The reel seat has a cork filler. Overall rod condition is excellent. Rod sold for $82.50 in 1959. Serial number 8865. It weighs 3.6 ounces.
$800 or best offer.
This fly fishing rod is "as new" with plastic still on the cork. Made in 1992 this is Francis De Gere's fast action rod. Serial Number - FD103 2/2 format. Transluscent brown silk wraps, walnut burl slide band reel seat. This is a wonderful example of Digger's work.
$950 or best offer.
Impregnated and with ferrules, this fly fishing rod is everything you would expect from a spring creek 4 wt rod. Excellent condition.
$1100 or best offer.
Serial number 35537. Label on tube calls for HDH line (6 wt), although it casts a 5 wt line nicely. Excellent impregnated rod with very smooth cork. This rod is the sweet spot of fishing bamboo fly rods. In excellent condition, this rod weighs 3.8 ounces. Original bag and labeled tube.
This classic trade rod from Heddon was made for Max Cook Sporting Goods and is named Stuick Special. This is a 1 1/2 f 3 peice 4 wt. The fishing rod was restored by Scott Whitman several years ago. Mostly original with several new wraps and new varnish. One of the prettiest Heddons ever made IMO.
A very special fishing rod labeled "Prototype 94" this 6' rod casts a 1 wt line with authority as long as the wind is not blowing. 4" cork handle is smooth, butternut slide band reel seat with honey-colored silk wraps - all done in the Leonard tradition. Original tube and bag with hang tag. Excellent condition. $1400 or best offer.