With Mud Hole’s new Jersey Skinz™ it will be a tailgate party in your rod locker, and offer a quick and simple way to add your favorite team colors to your custom rod.
Custom rod builders have been using, and debating, micro guides for several years. Once rare, these small rod guides are now more widespread than ever before, but is there good reason to use them?
The short answer is yes, micro guides can improve your rod performance, if used in the right fishing application.
Before we dive into the MHX High-Mod products, let’s take a few minutes and go over what High-Mods are.
As we know, there are many options to consider when buying a fishing rod blank. Some of the first things fisherman and rod builders should think about are:
Next to finding the spine of a rod blank, wrapping your guides is one of the most important steps in custom rod building. When not done correctly, the overall performance and stability of the rod may be compromised. So let’s talk about the attributes and considerations when choosing ProWrap thread.
Power rod wrappers and dryers are important tools for anyone building a custom fishing rod.
The power wrapper is used to keep the rod spinning at a consistent rate so you can focus on making sure your thread wraps – with perfect tension – are making that seamless transition from the rod blank on up to the rod guide itself.
The power dryer is used to keep your rod rotating while epoxies and rod finishes cure and help create an even finish, eliminating undesired end results like sagging and drooping areas around the rod guides.
Pro Wrap Is The New Standard in Thread Wrap.
In development for over a year and rigorously tested by rod builders, ProWrap™ thread is available in 80 colors in both Nylon and Color Fast — in three familiar spool sizes — 100yd, 1oz. and 4oz.