Hinduvine fly rods. Trouter. Chieftain. Flyer. Warrior.
Hinduvine derives its name from a fibrous cane which has the strongest toughest and at the same time the most elastic fiber ever put into a fishing rod.
The fibers are extremely hard and possess the suppleness of whalebone. Great care is taken in splitting so as not to make any transverse cut which would destroy the elasticity and weaken the rod. Each joint is made of six strips. Cemented together in the same manner as a split bamboo rod. Each section is tested and must be absolutely perfect. For strength, toughness and pliability, Hinduvine
cannot be excelled. Actual tests are proven Hinduvine rods to possess several times the tensile strength of ordinary bamboo rods.