Introduction: Homemade Fishing Rod

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a home made fishing rod

Step 1: The Things You Will Need:

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1. a long piece of wood should be thin

2. sports rap

3. a type of paperclip look in the pic to see what it is

4. hot glue gun

5. needle nose pliers

6. an old fishing rod real

7. tackle box with a bobble and hook and waits

Step 2: Gluing the Paper Clip to the Rod

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step 1:fold out the paperclips like in the first pic

step 2: glue the paperclips to the wood rod like in the second pic

Step 3: Attaching the Real

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step 1: hot glue the real to your wood rod

Step 2: rap the sports tap around i like in third pic

Step 4: Putting Your Tackle on Your Line

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step 1: grab your tackle box

step 2: tread your line through the paperclips on your wood rod

step 3: attach the bobble to the line

step 4: put the waits on the line so you can cast

step 5: tie the hook to the end of your line

Step 5: Finish Product

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  • have fun fishing

Comments

Jrwalker (author)2015-03-29

Haha KentR2 "As much action as a fat man on a recliner"

Bugster100 (author)2014-12-16

It's called a bobber not a bobble and also it's so thick, a grouper couldn't bend that and it's reel not real but I give you credit for trying

KentR2 (author)2014-11-03

first off its reel not real, second that rod has as much action as a fat man in a recliner, third any fish that you actually care about will pull off the eyelets fourth the unsanded wood will cut fishing line when it really counts, and that's just what i can tell from the last picture.

tetra28 (author)2014-08-15

can it cast?

megustacantar (author)2014-08-11

I like how you used the binder clips as eyelets for the line. Keep the projects coming!

Nice job! Have you caught anything with it yet?

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