Did some happen to step on your favorite rod and break it? No need to throw it all away. Buy a roasting fork. Pull up the metal cap on the handle and use a chisel to split off the wood. Wrap tape around the rod until you have a tight fit into the rod handle (about 4″-5”) in sections. Then glue it into place. I used 2-part rod making handle adhesive but I am sure any 2-part epoxy will work. On the casting rods, I sanded down the trigger so it doesn’t get in the way while rotating it. I must have been asked 5 time last weekend where I got my fork. Thought I would share.
June 2, 2021 at 12:02 pm #2040339