How To Replace A Tip Top Guide

Replacing a broken tip top is easy.  Just follow these 6 simple steps and you will back to fishing in no time! Install Tip Top In 6 Easy Steps: Step 1 – Heat and remove broken tip top guide Step 2 – Measure the replacement…

How to Build a Custom Fishing Gaff

Building a custom gaff is fast and simple, yet the benefits on the water are unbeatable. Find out how to build a custom gaff for your next fishing trip in the blog below. Rod Building’s 9 Step Guide for a Custom Gaff Mud Hole is all…

6 Steps to Repair Damaged Ferrules

Fixing a cracked ferrule is not only possible, it’s also rather straightforward. Regardless of the cause, a cracked ferrule can be fixed with the following steps so you can get back to fishing in no time. How to Fix Broken Ferrules on…

Building Custom Cork Fishing Grips

Whether innovating your own checkerboard cork grips or using composite cork and EVA combos, Mud Hole’s Facebook Live is here to help with a live checkerboard cork demo, a review of the many cork grip options, and as always, all the answers…

Custom Kits and Rod Building Resources

Mud Hole’s Facebook Live moves to a new night with new knowledge, but don’t worry, we’re always covering the latest and greatest in rod building. From custom kit options to the rod building resources and assistance, don’t miss all this…

How To Remove and Replace Rod Guides

While looking down a fishing rod, you will notice all the guides spaced out from the handle up to the tip-top. Leading the line down the rod and out of the tip-top, guides are one of the most essential components of a fishing rod so knowing…