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Seller ID: P 180544
Condition: VERY GOOD-FINE
P-180544. 256 MISCELLANEOUS FLY TYING HOOKS . 256 HOOKS. LIST $35 SALE: 256 HOOKS FOR $15. [Cat. 2018.] B. Unknown British [Allcocks?] Sproat; TDE; Needle Point; Bronzed. In unmarked paper. #8. 18 hooks. C. Unknown British [Allcocks?] Sproat; TDE; Needle Point; 3X Long; Bronzed. In unmarked paper. #10. 8 hooks. D. Unknown British [Allcocks?] Sproat; TDE; Needle Point; 3X Long; Bronzed. In unmarked paper. #8. 8 hooks. E. Unknown British [Allcocks?] Sproat; TDE; Forged; Needle Point; 3X Long; Bronzed. unmarked paper. #4. 22 hooks. F. Daiichi No. 1140. Japan. Special Wi... View more info
Seller ID: P 140182A
P 140182A. “MORNING GLORY” FLY. #2. Tied Carrie Stevens Style on Partridge CS15 Heavy Wire Limerick Tapered Turned-Down Loop Eye Extra Long Shank. Fly illustrated in Schmookler & Sils. FORGOTTEN FLIES  pp. 366-367 Figure No. 82. [Cat. 71. 14-0182A z] -Fine. $10 View more info
Seller ID: P 150219
P 150219. FLY TIER'S PIN VICE. 4.5 in. long; Milled steel; Regular flange, not extended.; hook secured by wing nut. [Cat. 71.] 15-0219 sx. –The threads on the wing nut are stripped, so the vice is only a display piece. With fault, only Fair. $35 View more info
Seller ID: P 140182F
P 140182F. 3 UNKNOWN FLIES: On #2 Salmon Hook, #6 Dublin Bartleet Hook, #8 Trout Hook. [Cat. 71. 14-0182F z.] -Fine. $10 View more info
Seller ID: P 110323
Condition: Very Good-Fine.
USED SILK FLYLINE. DT-2. 56 ft. Tapers from .022 to .035 to .035 in. [Missing back 33 ft.] 30 ft. weighs 80 gr. Would be classed as IFI under the old nomenclature. Dark brown in color. Smooth line, free of any stickiness. “Directions for Use and Care of Silk Lines” are included with each line. 11-0323. Very Good-Fine. View more info
Seller ID: FB 180108.
Condition: Reinished Near Fine.
FB 180108. 8’6” UNKNOWN Kit Rod 3/2. 5 7/8 oz. #/6/7 line. 5.5/64” tip; 11/64” mid; 17/64” butt; Unmarked D/L full N/S screw lock; Wells grip; N/S grip check with integral drop-ring hook keeper; Wraps dark brown over chrome snakes & tip top on varnished medium bamboo; Carboloy stripper on butt; lemon yellow trim wraps at butt & tip of each section; N/S ferrules overwrapped with thread; Cloth bag & Alum. Tube. [Cat. 2018] FB 180108 jrx. –This rod is a mixture various rods put together by Terry Gould, who used to raid the trash barrels at Winston in San Francisco. I cast this rod ... View more info
Seller ID: R 190044
Condition: Very Good
R 190044. 2 1/2“UNKNOWN Brass Plate Wind with Prize Inscription dated 1893; RH/LH; Smooth brass foot 2 5/8 in. cut down on edges; Fixed check; Marked on face plate “D.A.C./ PRIZE / J.E. MACHAN / 1893.” 7.5 oz. 13/16 in. spool width; Ivorine bone knob. [Cat. 2019.] R 190044 mt –This School Prize reel was made in 1893.The original bronzed finish has been mostly removed from the face plate to show the prize inscription; about 70% finish on rest of reel. Click check is good in both directions. With old tan checked line. This reel would fish well with a WF3 or 4 line. Cloth Bag. Very Go... View more info
By: UNKNOWN [SAGE?]
Seller ID: FG 160269
FG 160269. 15’ 1” UNMARKED [SAGE?] Kit Graphite 4/1. 10 oz. #10-11 Spey lines. 14 in. foregrip; 6.5 in. rear grip; Fuji reel seat taking reel feet from 2 in. to over 3 in.; bright snakes & tip-top wrapped green over brown graphite; 3 ceramic strippers; tip-over ferrules. [Cat. 2017] 16-0269 mx —This kit rod might be the SAGE 10151-4 European action spey rod introduced in late 1990’s-early 2000’s. Rod has a 4 in. repair wrap on the section next to the butt. Repair is reinforced with a graphite sleeve, and feels very strong. I cast the rod, and did not notice any problems. This rod w... View more info