A nice EF Payne model 200 fly rod, 8', 3-piece, 2-tips, built for a #5. 3.8 ounces. Fairly full flexing action. Rated for a #5 line I wonder whether you could speed it up a bit with a #4 as well. Wrapped brown with yellow edges fore and aft, and at the tip tops (yellow, brown, yellow), and a band of purple at the keeper and male ferrules. The ferrule fits are perfect and retain 95% of their oxidation although there is some chipping to the finish. Minor casting cracks at the ferrules. The stripping guide is a perfection so the rod dates to the late 1950's. The grip is 6" long done in a medium cigar profile and has a tiny bit of erosion from cleaning. The reel seat is a Spanish cedar slide band cap and ring. Both retain 90% of the original oxidation. I've come across relatively few of these model 200's and this one is a great example of a good all-around model in a slightly fuller flexing design than many Paynes.