Yup. The only difference is that if you break a tip on bamboo, they don't
have the lifetime warranty that most graphite rods have. Bamboo bends
deep into the middle, and down into the butt section, so you'd really have
to put some pressure on a fish to bend the bamboo beyond the point of
no return. I haven't been able to do that with my 4wt bamboo rod, and
have caught some decent size fish with it. With bigger fish, I'd use a net
instead of risking the fish making a run behind you that would put a deep
bend in the rod. I've heard that a deep bend can put a set
in a bamboo
rod section, but I haven't seen that with my bamboo rod. It's no big deal if
you do get a set, as they can be straightened.
You might want to take a look at this site: http://www.classicflyrodforum.com/directory
It's pretty much all bamboo.