How to repair a broken eye on a fishing rod.
March 13, 2019 at 6:47 pm
Nice video.. I have that problem and have watched a few videos on how to repair it. Thanks for making the how to.
Thanks for the great video!
Nice and blurry.
How much does it cost to have your eye fixed on your rod?
The inside part of the eye on my carp rod has came of. I don't really want to replace the whole eye can i get that bit fixed?
how much would you charge to fix a couple eyes on my bass rode ?
Great video 👌🏻
Great vid, thanks.
Super well done tutorial with helpful alternatives to the pro equipment! I really appreciate this.One thing I noticed was you removed thread wrap that was above the eye but didn't replace it on your repair. Is that extra thread wrap just for aesthetics or does it serve another purpose? Appreciate the time you put into this video to make it a quality tutorial.
Excellent tutorial many thanks
Watched about 6 such videos; this was the best. A polished performance, skilled hands and good technique. Great alternatives for the intermittent wrapper. And thanks for the terminologies – will make it easy to find a few selected items to facilitate the garage process. Don't mind my friends using my spinning rigs, except when they step all over my eyes.
What would a repair like this typically cost if I took my fishing rod to get repaired? Okuma diezel 8'
Went looking to fix and eye on my rod. Found this video and noticed you stole my name.. sort of. Chris M. Edlin is mine 😉
I did that to a casting rod with a hot glue gun
will west system epoxy work for this ?
Freaked awesome and helpful. thanks just used a old xmas tree box and 5 min epoxy got the job done. THANKS
Great no BS got to have a lot of fancy tools to do something video,I break stuff a lot because I fish and use the rods rough a lot and this will save me .
Thanks for the video awesome stuff. Helped me fix a rod that's been with me for a long while
I need a antic fishing rod repaired, who can i pay to put new eyes on it big to small all the way up its about
Loved this. What a great little set up you have got
Thank you for taking the time to share this.
Nice run down- Thanks
Great job Chris. I recently made a purchase of a couple of quality rods and reels for surf fishing. One of the rods needs to have 3 guides replaced, but I can't find anyone out here in the upstate NY boonies that does it. Your superb video has me convinced that I can actually do it myself. I have a homemade winding jig given to me in 1972 by an old friend. I never used it, but found it and dusted it off in preparation. I just have a quick question if I may? I was told by the fellow that I bought the rods from that I had to use a special guide made by some Japanese company I never heard of. I see nothing particularly special about them, but then again, I know Jack Squat about saltwater fishing tackle. Can't I go to Bass Pro or Cabella's and find something that will work as well for a Novice? Thanks for your advice. I am now an avid follower. Happy fishing!
Proper job ! Thanks bro.
This is what happen to my rod, I couldn't catch any fish cause of this, my tip ring, the center smooth thing came out, so is the only way replacing it is replace the whole thing? Help
Great video thank you.
if you don't have epoxy you can also use nail polish it works exactly the same my grandfather said he used my grandmas or moms nail polish back in the day to put an eye on and hold all the thread in place
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