Saturday, May 23, 2015

Swift EPIC 990 - #417 FOR SALE




Here is have a recently finished Swift EPIC 990 ( 9ft 9wt 4pc) build ready for a new home. Another awesome taper from Carl McNeil. The rod consist of all black snake guide, double black Fugi stripping guides, black all aluminum double locking reel seat in down lock position, along with a fighting butt, and full wells grip. I wrapped the rod in green thread and double tipped in single turn black silk, with blue single turn trim at cork check and ferrules.



Full retail for the rod would be $720 + shipping, I am ASKING $700 SHIPPED. The price includes the rod, rod bag and aluminum tube as shown. Please contact me if interested.





Steffen 8034 - #416




My last in stock Steffen build. As requested the wraps are black, tipped red with white single turn wraps at the cork check and ferrules. The grip is a slim modified full wells, and the reel seat is a down lock with maple burl wood insert. The rod came out just right and I am excited to get this one shipped.




Thursday, May 21, 2015

Tom Morgan 8ft 5wt 4pc - #415


The final Morgan build finished from the latest batch I had been working on. I am starting the next batch of Morgans today and already have the lathe warmed up and ready to work.



This build is for a great client of mine that is obsessed with the" thumb print" grips, I always enjoy working on his orders. The reel seat is a nice burl maple, all components are blued and the rod is wrapped in black silk, trimmed in single turn gold thread. Another fabulous Morgan taper headed out to find some water.






Tuesday, May 19, 2015

Seele 886-4 - #413



I finished up another Seele 8'8" 6wt 4pc recently and I see more interest in these builds. This one finished similar to the one before with olive green wraps and black tipping, all blued hardware and a slim modest wells grip.




Sunday, May 17, 2015

Kabuto 7ft 3wt 3pc - #414 - SOLD




SOLD I have a recently finished white Kabuto 7'0" 3wt 3pc build available. I was excited to try to blend the colors of the stacked bamboo into this white blank. I wrapped the rod in antique gold, and tipped in single turn medium brown to try and replicate the golden tones of the bamboo and the brown lines between the rings. I think the rod came out very nice, and is now ready to brighten your day on the trout stream.


I used the standard rod tube hardware for this rod because the knurling on the cap mimics the knurling on the Garrison style reel seat hardware. The flor grade cigar grip is very comfortable as well.