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FISH ON!!!:hmmm Good afternoon all! I need a little help. I was given a couple of bamboo fly rods by my Grandfather, one is a Granger 3pc rod with 2 different tip sections, circa 1950, the other is unknown. My question is where do I go, or who do I contact if I want to restore these rods??? Value is not an issue to me it is just the fact that they were my grandpa's rods. Thanx in advance for any help, and tight lines to all... :beer2
 

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One of the best places to start would be Sinclairs book "Bamboo Rod Restoration". It is available from Cabala's. It lists information on a lot of production rods including the Grangers and Wright McGill Grangers.

BTW - I fished an 8 1/2 foot Granger for most of the summer - what a blast.:thumb

Carl
 
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