I use various components from the best manufactures to provide a truly custom rod built to your specification. If you don’t see what you’re looking for please give me a call or send an email
and I’ll do my absolute best to help.
Examples of some of the most popular components:
Fuji DPS with black hoods
Fuji DPS with silver hoods
Fuji DPS with Gunsmoke hoods
Fuji DNPS with black hood
Fuji DNPS with silver hood
Alps wave form (available in black, matt black, gunsmoke, or bright silver)
Alps Trilock (available in black, gunsmoke, silver, or black rubber)
Alps Centra lock (available in black, gunsmoke, silver, or black rubber)
Fuji K guide with Alconite centre (double and single leg)
Fuji K guide with SiC centre (3 leg and single leg)
Fuji K guide with Titanium frame and SiC centre (3 leg and single leg)
Fuji K guide 3 leg with Titanium frame and Torzite centre
Kigan guide, Gunsmoke finish with SiC centre (3 leg and single leg)
Kigan guide, Black finish with SiC centre (3 leg and single leg)
Kigan ZDZ, SIC Gunsmoke 50mm 3 leg set
PacBay Minima 4, TICH finish (3 leg and single leg)
PacBay Minima 4, Black frame and chrome centre (3 leg and single leg)
The vast majority of rods are built with black whippings and metallic trim bands of various colours around the reel seat. However, if you are looking for something different to finish your rod off in a unique build then why not have different colour whippings such as gun metal, olive green, or burgundy. The choice is yours, there are various colours of thread in solid colours or metallic available.
Collars, winding checks, and butt caps
Stainless steel collars and butt caps look great and are very robust. Or you may prefer a more ‘stealth’ black look to your rods, in which case black delrin collars are the one. Both produce a fantastic finish. I use collars designed specifically for Fuji and Alps reel seats, and can source various items from Harrison, Solar, Alps, and free spirit. If you have a preference just ask.
Numbered sections and decals
If you would like numbers on your rod sections there are various ways to do it, from simple numbers (1 2 3), roman numerals (I II III), dots, or trim bands within the whippings.
If you would like a name or inscription on your rods this is also possible.