Introducing MHX Pro Tour Rod Kits

Introducing MHX Pro Tour Rod Kits

Boost your performance by fishing with the same custom rods as Mud Hole and MHX professional fisherman. From Bassmaster to FLW, Pro Anglers John Cox, Brandon Lester, Bradley Roy, and Blake Smith always use the ultimate performance of these Pro Tour Rod Kits to catch fish, and now, so can you.

Build and Fish Like the Pros

From Pro Tour Turnkey Kits that feature all the parts, tools and supplies you need, to individual Pro Tour Rod kits that include all the custom components sized for you and designed for your intended application — these Pro Tour Kits upgrade your equipment to maximize your fishing performance and experience.

John Cox Pro Kits

FLW Pro and Forrest Wood Cup Champion, John Cox knew the performance and confidence of custom rod building would take him to the top. Now any angler can get hooked on the same high-performance fishing as John Cox with his exclusive Pro Tour Rod Kits.

Professional-grade performance for all the freshwater favorites, starting with casting and spinning, then specializing in cranking, flippin', froggin', pitchin', and punchin' applications.


Brandon Lester Pro Kits

Whether competing on the Bassmaster Elite Series or catching crappie for suppertime, Pro Angler Brandon Lester trusts custom rod building as the most effective and fun method for fishing. Lester loves custom rod building for the increased knowledge of fish and the fishing techniques that in turn optimize his equipment and maximize his performance.


Brandon Lester's Pro Tour Rods are engineered for everything from casting and spinning, to drop shotting, pitchin', and even crappie fishing. With these exclusive Brandon Lester Pro Tour Rods, you will experience a superior fishing performance like no other.

Bradley Roy Pro Kits

Pro Bradley Roy is known for confidence, consistency, and custom rod building while competing on the Bassmaster Elite Series Tour. With his Custom Pro Rods designed for everything from finesse spinning and heavy casting, to cranking, flippin', pitchin', and froggin', Bradley Roy is always ready to catch whatever competition awaits.

With these identical Bradley Roy Pro Tour Rod Kits, witness the exclusive benefits custom rod building and Roy's pro-level performance will bring to you.

Blake Smith Pro Kits

Pro Angler Blake Smith competes on both the FLW and IFA Redfish Tour, so he always looks to custom rod building to keep his equipment in line with his performance. Between fishing in freshwater and inshore saltwater, Smith stays geared up for the maximum performance.


Whether casting, spinning, and cranking, or flippin', pitchin', punchin', and drop shotting, these are the Custom Pro Rods Blake Smith trusts in his boat and now, so can you.

From the Bassmaster Elite Series to the FLW Tour, these Pro Rod Kits are engineered to maximize your performance, enhance your experience, and most of all, catch fish.

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