English Method of Making a Fly Rod Stronger
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English Method of Making a Fly Rod Stronger

English Method of Making a Fly Rod Stronger




      

English Method of Making a Fly Rod Stronger


English Method of Making a Fly Rod Stronger

In England various methods are resorted to for the purpose of making the rod stronger at the ferrules. Rods are made which have to be spliced in order to assemble them doing away with ferrules entirely and in other cases the ferrules are fitted with metal hitches so that they may be locked or lashed together when the rod is assembled. These methods are employed, as I have said, for the purpose of making the rod stronger, and also to prevent throwing apart in casting. It is, perhaps, needless to advise against the use of anything of the sort, for the simple reason that you cannot find any American rod having this feature. Those who are in a position to know, state that these methods are employed in England because there ferrules approaching to anything like the excellence of those produced in America are not to be found. If your rod is fitted with good grade, American made ferrules you need not worry about its strength; and, moreover, if you throw it apart in casting, consider it a miracle and let it go at that. It will not happen again.

Doweled ferrules, formerly the subject of much discussion, are things of the past and not to be found on the best fly-rods of the present time. The fact that they are no longer used is the best argument against them, and we will not go into ancient history.

Camp, Samuel Granger. Fishing Kits and Equipment,. New York: Outing Pub., 1910. Print.

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