Getting Started in Bamboo from FlyFishergirl.com


Written by: Phil Monahan

Want to make your own cane rod? Got abotu 6 hours to spare? It’s no small feat, but Kathy Scott over at FlyFisherGirl.com has some good advice for those just getting started.

Unlike the early days of the craft, even the first hundred years, some good resources are readily available. There’s a lot to be said for independence, but you should also be the type of person who considers the journey a key part of the experience. This approach could add considerably to the 60 hours or so it takes to complete a cane rod.

Read more on her blog here.

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Getting Started in Bamboo from FlyFishergirl.com


Written by: Phil Monahan

Want to make your own cane rod? Got abotu 6 hours to spare? It’s no small feat, but Kathy Scott over at FlyFisherGirl.com has some good advice for those just getting started.

Unlike the early days of the craft, even the first hundred years, some good resources are readily available. There’s a lot to be said for independence, but you should also be the type of person who considers the journey a key part of the experience. This approach could add considerably to the 60 hours or so it takes to complete a cane rod.

Read more on her blog here.

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