The first build actually happened because my wife saw a post on facebook from a guy asking if anyone could fix a rod. She tagged me and luckily enough I could fix it for him. He must've liked what I did because he asked that I build him a rod. Not just the cheapest rod he could find, mind you, he wanted a Blue Halo fiberglass rod. Between the two of us we got all the components ordered and I put the rod together as quickly (and as good) as I could. He seemed happy, even mentioned another build in the future, and I watched this beauty leave.
|The most nerve-racking part is the epoxy|
|Really happy with the way it all came out|
|Laying out the materials and trying to figure it out|
|It turned out pretty enough, and it felt great in the hand|
|Things got a little crazy|
|But it turned out alright!|
|This decorative wrap on each guide was cool, but a huge pain|
Hope you're as lucky,
* If you're interested in my rods and/or nets just message me!