For your consideration is a Walt Carpenter Browntone bamboo fly rod. This is an 8' 0" 4wt with four tips. Walt built this rod in 1983. Two years later the gentleman asked for two additional tips for larger flies...
This reel is in new condition. Right or left hand retrieve. Adjustable click-drag. Cosmetically, it has the classic three badge design – very much like the original – and features the unique s-shaped handle. Original box, pouch, and paperwork.
This is an early Ted Godfrey Salmon II Spey reel in left-hand retrieve and is interchangeable. The diameter is 3.75” with a frame width of 2.125”. The spool width is approximately 1.30”. His first salmon reels were introduced in 1984.
Straw-colored cane wrapped in warm brown silks. The ferrules are double wrapped in brass silks tipped red. The agate stripping guide blends beautifully with the bamboo. In my hand, the taper is medium-fast bending deep into the butt section...
This is a Phillipson Paragon bamboo fly rod. This is an 8' 6" 3/2 for a 5 weight line. All sections are full length and straight. This consists of medium toned cane with golden tan wraps. Complete with original bag and composite tube.
Complete with ivorine handle, strapped rim tension screw, nickel silver roller pillar, 1903 caliper check, and Hardy block leather case. Tension is consistent used in left or right hand retrieve. This reel appears to have been used sparingly and well cared for.
For your consideration is a very rare Jenkins bamboo fly rod. This is the very first 80L Charlie made. It's an 8' 0" 2/2 4wt weighing 3 5/8 oz. Serial number GASC80L-1. All sections are full length and straight.