THIS IS AN UPDATED AND REVISED LIST AS OF SEPTEMBER 2014.Almost every day I receive visitors to the site who are looking for information, valuations or Hardy cane rods for sale.Although Hardy is no longer a family run business, they stay true to the original values and the founders’ dedication for constant improvement to produce the best tackle and clothing for all anglers.This is one of the classic cane coarse fishing rods.[For I see in my thoughts, my sweet fire, One cold tongue, and two beautiful closed eyes Will remain full of sparks after our death.] was begun at Stoke-Poges in the autumn of 1742, probably on the occasion of the funeral of Jonathan Rogers, on the 31st of October. (Price sixpence).'' There was a preface by Horace Walpole.In the winter of 1749 Gray took it in hand again, at Cambridge, after the death of his aunt, Mary Antrobus. The poem was circulated in MS., and on the 10th of February 1751 Gray received a letter from the editor of the , asking leave to publish it. The text here given is that of the Edition of 1768, which appears to be authoritative and final.
GOOD - Average use- needs some work to bring up to excellent. If you desire a more detailed description of any of these rods, please contact us.The Super Wizard ( made as an updated Wizard) is a three piece 11' cane rod with whole cane butt section and split cane centre and tip sections.The handle was made 2" longer than the Wizard which is sheet cork bound (with some wear) and agate line rings throughout.As the photos show, the rod is in absolutely superb condition and comes with a rod bag. A beautiful hand crafted split cane fly rod by G Brandreth of Derby.This superb rod shows no sign of use and is a 6' two piece rod complete with a spare tip, rated at #6-7wt.