Upcoming Shop Closures & Order Notes
Head’s Up…Golden Witch has several shop closures coming up in 2018. We are CLOSED April 20th – April 30th. We will be taking a slightly longer summer break from June 14th – June 26th. Following that, we’ll be shuttered from August 10th – 20th. Please order custom products – agate guides, anything that must be blued, that sort of thing – at least two weeks prior to the start of a shop closure if you want it shipped prior to the closure. I tend to work non-stop when the shop is open, so I sincerely appreciate your understanding during those times when I shut down to spend time with family. You may notice a trend here, a new work rhythm that I’m experimenting with so I don’t burn out. Generally speaking, the shop will be open for 6-7 weeks, then closed for a week with a ramp-down Friday and ramp-up Monday on both ends of the closed week. We’re also closed for major holidays. Everyone involved here – Matt, Nikki, Drake, & I - appreciates your business and your patience with custom orders. Golden Witch couldn’t do what we do without you. Thanks! –Russ
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Hello Rodmakers & Restorationists!
The Latest Ramblings
Karl Nielsen (@woodbikenielsen and @kidcalifornia on Instagram) got with us on the construction of his custom bamboo bike frame. Using Peak Bamboo, carbon, various woods and a lot of patience and elbow grease, he put together a real beauty. We think you’ll agree; check out the specifications and pictures in the PDF to get your juices flowing. Let us know how we can assist you with materials and know-how for your next bamboo project!
If you have the least question about ferrules – if you’re new to ferrules or only moderately experienced – please, please read this information at least once. I promise, it will help to prevent mistakes and misunderstandings. Thanks!
Welcome to the Golden Witch Ferrule Advice Ramble! I need to let you, the rodmaker or restorationist reading this page, know that I have lost clients because of ferrules. Ferrules are finicky, challenging, yet almost invariably necessary and worthwhile little beasts.
The Latest News
Peak Bamboo is in the October 2016 Angling International magazine. Read about us on page 26 of the online issue!