How Do You Put a Winn Grip on a Fishing Pole?

Putting a Winn grip on a fishing rod is an easy and straightforward task, but it does require some preparation and knowledge before starting. The grip can be used for all types of fishing rods, from fly-fishing to trolling. With the proper tools and the right technique, anyone can put a Winn grip on their rod in no time at all.

Step 1: Before you begin putting the new grip on your rod, you will need to make sure that you have the correct size of grip for your rod. Many times, fishing rods come with a standard-sized grip already installed. However, if this isn’t the case or if you need to replace an old or worn-out grip, then you will need to measure the diameter of your rod’s butt section to make sure that you get the right size of Winn grip for it.

Step 2: Once you have the proper sized Winn grip for your rod, it’s time to start installing it. Start by sliding the butt end of your rod into the end of the Winn grip until it’s seated securely against its shoulder. Next, use a pair of scissors or a knife to cut off any excess material from the end of the Winn grip so that it fits snugly against your rod.

Step 3: Now that all of your cutting is finished and your Winn grip is in place on your rod, it’s time to secure it in place. This is done by wrapping electrical tape around both ends of the Winn grip in order to keep it from slipping out or coming undone while you are fishing with your rod. Make sure that there are no gaps between wraps and that all surfaces are covered evenly with tape before moving on to step four.

Step 4: The last step in putting a new Winn Grip onto a fishing pole is to make sure that everything is secure and snug before hitting the water. Check all areas where electrical tape has been applied as well as around both ends of the winn Grip itself for any signs of looseness or gaps in coverage. If everything looks good then you’re ready to go!

Conclusion: Putting a new Winn Grip onto a fishing pole can seem like an intimidating task at first but with just four simple steps anyone can quickly and easily install one onto their favorite rod in no time at all! By following these steps and making sure that every area is securely taped down, users can enjoy their new grips without having to worry about them coming loose while out on their next fishing excursion!

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Michael Allen