fishing sale

10th October 2019

10.00 am (Viewing Wednesday 9th 2-7 pm)

Lot 225

A Hardy metal rod tube, blue. Length 147 cm.

Sold for £18

Lot 226

Three rods, Storm Rebel 10' beach caster, 2 sections, Shakespeare catcher spinning rod, 2 sections, 2.4 M, Normark Black Medallion dapping, 3 sections, 13', and a Shakespeare Sigma trout fly rod, 3 sections, 3 M, line 6-7.

Sold for £28

Lot 227

Three rods, K.C. Clubman match by Damm, 3 sections, 13', Leeda sea spin rod, 2 sections, 9', Daiwa Sensor Carbon match, 3 sections, 12', and rod parts.

Sold for £18

Lot 228

A pair of Snowbee camouflage neoprene waders, size 9.

Sold for £20

Lot 229

Two large crab traps. Height of red trap 60 cm.

Sold for £22

Lot 230

A Keenets fishing bag, and crayfish traps.

Sold for £18

Lot 231

An Abu Ambassadeur BG7000LD Big Game multiplying reel, and a Shakespeare Sigma multiplier.

Sold for £22

Lot 232

A Heatons Jardine Patent 18817 brass and ebonite fly reel, 2 1/4".

Sold for £38

Lot 233

Yawman & Erbe MFG Company of Rochester New York The Automatic Combination reel, patented February 28th 1888 and June 16th 1891,with original box, instructions, etc., +/- 2 1/2".

Sold for £50

Lot 234

Two fly reels, JJS Walker, Bampton, Alnwick, salmon fly 4" and Cummins, Bishop Auckland, trout fly 3 2/8".

Sold for £42

Lot 235

Two Hardy reels, a "Uniqua" trout fly 3 1/8" and a "Sunbeam" Duplicated Mark 2 3 2/8".

Sold for £95

Lot 236

A Hardy "Perfect" salmon fly reel, wide drum, 4 2/8", with rim line tensioner and white ivorine handle, smooth brass foot, stamped to inside "2" and "51968", with original box.

Sold for £575