After a great start with the win at Hartwell, John Cox felt primed and prepared to tackle his biggest test, the Forrest Wood Cup. John has made multiple trips to the Cup before, but this time after building his own custom frog rod, Cox felt more confident than ever.
As John Cox cast his career towards professional fishing, his experience of fishing with friends and family shaped his future determination. Transitioning from Florida’s bass fishing to catching bass across the nation, John Cox forged his fate as a Forrest Wood Cup Champion through friendship, fatherhood, and MHX.
It’s that time of year again, not quite the holidays, but the brief blur before when you scramble to get all the gifts together. If you left it all until last minute don’t swear off Santa Claus because we at Mud Hole are here to help, check out these 5 great gift ideas for under […]
When it comes to handle assemblies, cork has long been a popular grip material known to bring a traditional look and feel to any fishing rod. The biggest knock on cork is its tendency to erode, slough, and chip over time however, all these factors can be deterred with the application of U-40 Cork Seal.