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5 Common Rod Building Mistakes How To Avoid Them

5 Common Rod Building Mistakes & How To Avoid Them

Rod building can be an enjoyable craft and hobby, but like anything else, the more you do it – the more you learn the little tricks to make the process of building your rod more efficient.

Here are 5 common mistakes we see rod builders make, and how to correct them.

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Repair Your Fishing Rod Handles This Winter

Repair Your Fishing Rod Handles This Winter

For many fishermen, these winter months mean no fishing.  That is, unless you live in Florida like Mud Hole, or you have caught the ice fishing bug.

In any case, it is still a good time of year to take a look at your fishing rods, and do any maintenance necessary so when it is time to go fishing; you know all your equipment is ready to go.

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Introducing The New Winn Fishing Grips

Introducing The New Winn Fishing Grips

Finally, a fresh take on fishing rod grips!

Winn’s superior polymer grip technology puts control and comfort quite literally in the angler’s hand and provides tacky sure-grip security even in cold and wet conditions!

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How To Build A Checkerboard Cork Handle

How To Build A Checkerboard Cork Handle

Checkerboard cork handles really make a custom fishing rod unique, and it is actually a fairly straight forward process.  With just a few tools and a little bit of practice, you will have limitless design possibilities when building your next custom fishing rod handle.

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T-Shirts For Rod Builders

Custom T-Shirts For Rod Builders

Rod Builders, here is your chance to advertise your services on the water, at home, or out on the town with these stylish new customizable t-shirts!

We have just updated our custom T-Shirt selections with:

New Designs
New Colors
No Minimums

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Mud Hole CRB Pigments To Apply Marbling Epoxy Finish

Using CRB Pigments To Apply Marbling Epoxy Finish

Custom rod marbling is one of the hottest new techniques rod builders are using to create stunning works of functional art.

The basic premise is to mix an ultra-concentrated marbling pigment with an epoxy finish – then swirl and drag the mixture in varying patterns on butt wraps and guide wraps.

Marbling is a fun, easy and unique way of customizing your fishing rods and can be learned by anyone in a few short minutes.

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