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Re: Split Bamboo Rods

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that is fantastic.what weight line?

Posted on: 2012/2/22 22:28


Re: Split Bamboo Rods

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It's a medium action it is a 4 wt rod but I am using 5 wt on it I have been using some bigger nymphs so I like to use a little heavier line,but that's just personal preference

Posted on: 2012/2/23 15:54
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Re: Split Bamboo Rods

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Bumpin this.

I was gifted a old lookin bamboo rod this winter from a friend. It's pretty beat and needs some major TLC but I'm hoping to get it back to at least a fishable state.

A. Can anyone point me toward a good website to order some supplies for refurbishing?? Thread, eyelets, urethane or whatever they clear coat them with???

B. If I snapped a pic and dropped it here could some of you guys maybe aid in trying to determine manufacturer?? I doubt it's anything special(fairly certain actually) as it has no markings whatsoever.

Posted on: 2013/6/13 15:42


Re: Split Bamboo Rods

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Insert bikerfish post here:

Posted on: 2013/6/13 20:28
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Re: Split Bamboo Rods

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mudhole.

reel seat, hardware, and thread (plus any signature wraps) might help someone id it. or try clark's classic tackle forum.

Posted on: 2013/6/13 20:41
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Re: Split Bamboo Rods

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sorry, wasn't paying attention! I'll try to be back in the morning with some info.

Posted on: 2013/6/13 21:01


Re: Split Bamboo Rods

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Thanks Gfen. A little nervous about searching mudhole on google, but that's exactly what I was looking for. This was a winter project that has turned into a summer project thanks to a seasonal second job at a ski slope.

I'll try and get a pic or two up next week sometime. I'd guess it at maybe 8 or 9 feet. Extra rod tip. It even came in a bamboo holder that appears to be a bamboo shoot quartered and turned around to make four grooves, 1 for holding each rod piece.

Posted on: 2013/6/14 13:53



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