Hiram Hawes may be best known for his connection to the Leonard rod company (HL Leonard was his father in law), and for his casting prowess, which included numerous distance casting records (one of which, a switch fly cast of 102 feet, still stands today). But he was also an excellent rodmaker in his own right. When HL Leonard died Hiram eventually left the company and made rods under his own name out of his Canterbury, CT shop from 1909 until his own death in 1929. If you are looking for a Hiram Hawes rod or have one to sell, please contact us.
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