Custom Rods The Walleye Rod You Can Build in 5 Steps Mud Hole Staff January 25th, 2018 | More From Mud Hole Staff Share0 Tweet Email Share on Facebook.Share on Twitter.Share on Google+ The Walleye Rod You Can Build in 5 Steps Use this rod recipe to make hooking up on walleye as easy as it is fun! The Best Jig & Bottom-Bouncer Walleye Rod Whether you fish a jig rap, bottom bouncer or other popular walleye lures, this custom rod puts performance right in the palm of your hand. Walleye Rod Recipe Components: Rod Blank: MHX Spin Jig Rod Blank—SJ782-MHX Reel Seat: CRB Premium Graphite Spinning Reel Seats—GSRS-17-B Rear Grip: 8” Straight Rear Grip with Single Tenon, Super Grade Cork—RG-8S-250 Foregrip: 2” Tapered Foregrip, Super Grade Cork—FGT-2.0-250 Winding Check: Rubber/Vinyl Winding Check—BWC-375, 450, 520 Guides: CRB Elite Spinning Rod Guides—3GKSB-2 Tip Top: CRB Spin Top—Model LT—EBLT-5-5 …Or grab the MHX Ultimate Spin Jig Rod Kit for all of the above! Step 1: The Rod Blank MHX SJ782 Spin Jig Rod Blank: Length: 6’6” Line: 6-12 lb. Lure: 1/8-3/8 oz. Power: Medium-Light Action: Fast Action Finish: Slate With the right rod blank, let’s get to building… Step 2: Attach Cork Rear Grip and Butt Cap Ream the cork rear grip to slide down the rod blank over the butt end and use the butt cap to fit over the rear grip’s exposed tenon. Step 3: Mount Reel Seat and Foregrip After the rear grip, add arbors and mount the reel seat over the arbor. Follow up the reel seat by gluing on the foregrip. Step 4: Slide Winding Check in Place Winding checks help clean up the transition from grip to rod blank, so slide the winding check on after the foregrip. Step 5: Wrap Guides and Finish Wraps Luckily, CRB Spinning Guide Kits come with general spacing based on the length of your rod. With spacing provided, lay out your guides along the blank. After the guides are aligned, attach each one with rod winding thread along the rod blank. Once your wraps are done, chuck your rod up in a rod dryer, and begin mixing up your epoxy. Thread Example: ProWrap ColorFast Thread—CFS-A-862 & ProWrap Nylon Thread—RN-A-337 Apply epoxy finish over each wrap as the rod spins and then leave it to cure for a full 24 hours. Note: Check on the rod as it cures for the first few hours to make sure wraps are covered in epoxy and drying smoothly. Build Your Own Walleye Rod! From the performance driven MHX spin jig blank down to the custom rod components, this rod is engineered for catching walleye and this kit makes it easier than ever. Start building your new favorite walleye rod here… Share on Facebook.Share on Twitter.Share on Google+ Share0 Tweet Email Load Comments ( ) Don’t forget to sign up! Get the Top Stories from In-Fisherman Delivered to Your Inbox Every Week To sign-up for our newsletter, check this box and submit your email address below. If you sign-up, then you acknowledge that your email address is valid, and that you have read and accept our Terms of Service Even More custom-rods Show More Get the In-Fisherman Newsletter FREE! Get the top stories delivered right to your inbox every week. To sign-up for our newsletter, check this box and submit your email address below. If you sign-up, then you acknowledge that your email address is valid, and that you have read and accept our Terms of Service Best Fishing Times: Solunar CalendarRead Now! ▶ Now on Tablets! Subscribe & Save! Temporary Price Reduction! Subscribe Now Give a Gift | Subscriber Services WAIT!DON'T MISS A SINGLE ISSUE! Get 8 issues for the low price of just $8! Subscribe!