Frequently Asked Questions


Where are you located?

Headwaters Bamboo is located in Sandpoint, Idaho, USA. Every product is checked for quality and shipped for our North Idaho location. We inventory and receive returns from this location. 

 

Where are your bamboo rods made?

Our bamboo rods are built by our contract factories in China. We do this for a number of reason, but mostly because of our 20+ year relationship, we can count on a quality-built product at a lower cost than the competition, allowing us to provide you with the best value bamboo fishing rod on the market.

 

Do you build using Tonkin bamboo?

All our bamboo fishing rods are built of genuine Tonkin bamboo, sourced from the Sui River region of Southern China near the town of Aozi. 

 

How is it that you can sell bamboo rods so inexpensively?

First, we build in China, reducing transportation costs from the plantations to the factory. Second, we employ modern production methods rather than single build methods. Third, we can get volume discounts on components because of the volumes we purchase. And finally, we sell direct to you, rather then through shops.


Shipping time


Tapers


Three piece or two?


Why two tips?


Return process


Guarantee


Warranty


How made


Medium or medium fast action


Shipping


Payments


Installment payments


How to care for bamboo


Flamed or golden


Why bamboo


Sizing


Reels 


Lines


Silk Lines


Waders


Conventional bamboo rods


Taxes


When will I receive my order


 


When will I get my item?


How so cheap


Shipping time


Tapers


Three piece or two?


Why two tips?


Return process


Guarantee


Warranty


How made


Medium or medium fast action


Shipping


Payments


Installment payments


How to care for bamboo


Flamed or golden


Why bamboo


Sizing


Reels 


Lines


Silk Lines


Waders


Conventional bamboo rods


Taxes


When will I receive my order


Where are you located?


Do you build using genuine Tonkin bamboo?


When will I get my item?


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