Hey everyone, I just realized I have a Dawn Holbrook bamboo fly rod among my mess of rods downstairs. It was given to me a number of years ago by a friend. Anyway, I see he has a bit of history in this neck of the woods, specifically among the ranks of the Deer Creek pioneers. Never put the name together reading through the likes of Bradner, Combs, and Arnold. Anyway, it is specified as a "Holbrook Special" written on the blank, the butt cap says "Holbrook Rod Builder - Seattle. I am going to assume it is original? Now that I am writting this, it also had another name written on it, maybe the original owner, now I'm going to have to go look. The date on it is 1953. There is no mention of line weight, so not sure what it is designed for, I could only assume dry-line steelhead. The numbers on the blank above the Full-Wells grip is 415 but the numbers at the ferrule is 416 matching both tips. Anybody know how to interpret those numbers. Also, is this a rod that has much in the way of value? Thanks for any info.