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Old 01-18-2009, 05:43 PM
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It's possible it's a Young. It looks like more of a Martin or SB.
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Looks like an old Fenwick glass rod; perhaps an FF535(?) Reel could be a Bronson Royalist. It will be interesting to see Sandfly's response to Hardyreels' question.
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Looks like an old Fenwick glass rod; perhaps an FF535(?) Reel could be a Bronson Royalist. It will be interesting to see Sandfly's response to Hardyreels' question.


Sorry guys your all wrong, its an Ocean City . made in Phila. I collect them..and the rod is a ff535 with a 2 wt on it..cast like a dream on the small streams..Oh yeah I have a ff605 too part of a set...
I also fish salt too..
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Here's a few. The family on a trip to Cook Forest State Park. My son with a bass from our pond. Me and my son at Oil Creek State Park.
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Great Thread Ard. Here are a couple of my grip and grin photo's.

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Wow,

I really miss brown trout, and it's been forever since I've had one of those fresh water Bonefish hooked up. I used to catch them in the West Branch of the Susquehanna years ago. Now there is a fish that will get into the backing.

Beautiful Photographs Biggie! I'm liking this thread too.

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A couple of the few I have. The rest my bride pasted to the front door to scare away the evil spirits!

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Not a good pic, but one of the few that I have. Sorry, folks, that's not a fly rod, it's a spinning outfit....before I caught the fly bug.
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I've been waiting for you to show up, I never would have noticed the rod dude.
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