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Our passion is rod building
Exclusive Tackle... distributors of fishing rod building supplies and home of ALPS rod building components Australia. We provide custom rod building supplies and cover all aspects of rod components from rod blanks, guides, reel seats, EVA and cork grips. rod wrapping machines and rod dryers.
We are passionate about serving rod builders of all different levels:
Hobbyists / new to rod building
We have helped hundreds of new hobbyists and have a range of instructional material, tools and basic rod kits to get you started. Contact us through the contact form and we will assist you by understanding your needs to help you with your first build projects.
Intermediate / Experienced rod builders
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We are very excited to bring you the details of this years ALPS rod building competition. More prizes and broader format!!
We have tweaked the format to change the dynamics and provide room for different rod building segments. Read the format below and start creating your submission - be quick, entries close June 1st 2018!
Many factory rolled rods are constructed with very poor quality cork. Hence after a year or so fishing you may find your handles are simply falling apart.
The more costly option is to cut both the fore and rear grip off and replace with a better quality cork. Your other option is to repair the cork you have.