Bamboo Fly Rod Restoration/Repair

Bamboo Fly Rod Restoration/Repair

Bamboo Fly Rod Restoration

Bamboo Fly Rod Restoration/Repair, a Grand Dad’s Restored Rod by Maker Doug Kulick, Kane Klassics

Bamboo fly rod restoration/repair service by Kane Klassics, allows not only for the preservation of traditional rods from years past, but for the continuation of their usefulness into the future. This service is available for any rod, regardless of its original maker.

Exacting attention to detail and quality control goes into every restoration.

Pricing includes:  Sections matched in length, cork, real seats, guides, original silk matched, modern fly line matched to original rod and rod bag included.
$385

All other repairs quoted as time and material for any Bamboo Fly Rod Restoration/Repair.

Experience & Materials

Imagine, a modern built Kane Klassic fly rod with an 1890’s style cane handle.

When contemplating a bamboo fly rod restoration of a family antique, we would like to assure you of our experience with carefully handling and successfully restoring these relics. Wether it be simple guide wraps or detailed restoration of any of the traditional brand name fly rods, Kane Klassics would love to bring back your rods functionality and protect its future.

In 1991 owner, Douglas Kulick, restored the Granger bamboo fly rods that were used in the production and filming of the classic American film, “A River Runs Through It”.

Kane Klassics has a complete supply of era specific silks for virtually all maker’s rods. If ferrules or reel seat replacement is needed, we have the metal in bar stock and a jeweler’s lathe to reconstruct any part of the fly rod in repair. Our modern polymer coating finish gives it all the original beauty of the old spar varnish with generations worth of protection.

All restored rods are matched to their correct line size prior to delivery. We are happy to help with any questions concerning modern line size on your restored rods.

Classic Rod Manufacturers

Listed below are examples of manufacturers whose rods are now of considerable value.

This is not to say that your father’s or grandad’s rod, not of a maker below, is any less valuable. In my opinion, personal nostalgia is just as or more valuable and will receive equal attention in restoration!

  • DICKERSON
  • GARRISON
  • EDWARDS
  • PAYNE
  • LEONARD
  • HEDDON
  • KANE KLASSICS
  • SCHAAF
  • KUSTIN
  • PARKER
  • ORVIS
  • WINSTON
  • MORAN
  • HARDY
  • HOWELL
  • T&T

Steps In Bamboo Fly Rod Restoration/Repair:

~ Initial Inspection.

~ Stripping of Hardware and Finish.

~ Straighten and Repair.

~ Metal Work.

~ Re-cork, Rewrap Silks and Final Fit.

~ Apply New Finish.

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CUSTOMER GOODS LEFT UNPAID OVER  30 DAYS BECOME PROPERTY OF KANE KLASSICS , INC AND SUBJECT TO SALE .

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