New Arrival - 11/05

HL Leonard 50H Fly Rod 8' 3/2 #6


A nice HL Leonard bamboo fly, model 50-H, 8', 3-piece, 2-tips, built for a #6 line. Serial #2983 giving it a 1975/76 manufacture date. 4.9 ounces. Excellent refinished condition. Semi-full-flexing action. Wheatstraw color cane done in a 3-up node pattern construction. Brown wraps at the keeper and ferrules with the tan wraps at the guides with the brown edges. The stripper is synthetic and the snakes are chrome along with the tip tops. Excellent varnish that does not appear to have been used after the refinish. The top half of the "3" in the serial number has been cleaned and has a bit of erosion. The grip is 6 1/2" done in a western style with a hidden pocket cap and an uplocking aluminum screwlock. The wood spacer is a varnished butternut. The screwlock slide has the die stamp "The Leonard Rod,  HL Leonard Rod Co, Makers". The rod bag is yellow poplin and the rod packs in the original Leonard tube with the Leonard data sticker.

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