Method 1 of 3: Fixing a Broken Rod Blank
Method 2 of 3: Fixing a Broken Rod Tip
Method 3 of 3: Fixing a Broken Rod Guide
2. Heat the epoxy sealing the guide wrappings.
- If, after reading the above instructions, you find it too challenging to fix a broken rod yourself, you can take your rod to a professional repairer to have it fixed for you. You can find one through your local sporting goods store or on the Internet.
- Instead of repairing your rod to close to its original length, you can take a rod that broke 1/3 to 1/2 the distance from the handle to the tip and convert the tip section into an ice fishing rod.