Everett Garrison Model 212 Bamboo Rod 8' 2/2 #5


For sale here is an Everett Garrison Model 212 -- 8' 2/2 5wt bamboo rod. Serial U-8-1, or the first 212 model made in 1952. The rod appears to be in near mint original condition.

All sections are full length and straight. Bookmatched tips! Transparent wraps. Chestnut colored wraps at the ferrules and winding check. Classic Garrison hook-keeper. The cork grip is in fine condition with light soiling. The nickel silver cap and ring reel seat remains in excellent condition. The ferrules are size 13/64 with an excellent fit. The rod weighs 3.95 oz. and comes with its original bag and tube.

Don't let this one get away! Garrison rods are very scarce with his lifetime production believed to be less than 700 rods and far fewer than that known to exist today.

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Shipping Information
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