|Color||Metallic Lime Green|
|Lure||1/8 - 1/2 oz.|
Build this gorgeous Walleye Jigging rod with live, personalized instruction from Buzz Butters!
Affectionately nick-named the "Swipe Right" rod, this walleye jigging rod has become a staple of B&B Custom Rods’ customers throughout the Midwest.
And with a stunning metallic lime green SJ842 at the core of the build, it's not hard to see why. An ultra-tacky Winndry® polymer handle and exposed reel seat increase your bite sensitivity and make this rod a lightweight powerhouse.
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Items Included in Walleye Jigging Rod Class
Build this rod start to finish!
Featured in this rod:
- MHX SJ842 rod blank in Metallic Lime Green
- MHX Winndry® polymer grips
- Fuji TVS exposed-blank reel seat
- American Tackle TiForged "Tornado" snagless guides
Over $180 In Products: You will receive over $180 in products including a CRB hand wrapper, rod blank, reel seat, handle, guides, tip top, thread, decals, epoxy glue, thread finish...and more!
Instructor Bio: Buzz Butters
Buzz Butters has been building custom rods for 35 years.
He began teaching high school students about 20 years ago and joined Mud Hole as part of the Teaching Staff about 8 years ago.
His company, B&B Custom Rods is a well-known purveyor of Walleye and Ice fishing rods in the Wisconsin-area.
Virtual Workshop Time & Location
Our remote rod building classes are administered using the Zoom video conferencing platform. A link to your session will be sent via email after order confirmation.
Date + time varies - see product page for exact dates
Class Cancellation Policy
Cancellations made 30 days prior to the class date are eligible to receive a full refund.
Cancellations made 15 to 30 days prior to class date are not eligible for a refund but may be rescheduled up to 1 time.
Cancellations made less than 15 days prior to the class date are not eligible for a refund or rescheduling. All of your class materials, including the instructional DVD will be shipped to you free of charge.
You need to take this class! If you fish and want to understand the dynamics or how a custom rod performs, this is the class for you! Mike and Buzz make an excellent team at teaching rod building. They have the ability to go as deep or wide as you need them to cover the particulars of each concept of the build. They even have the ability to pull you into a one on one. The big win for me is this is not a one class and done unless you decide. after the class, they open the door to a weekly advance topic hosted by Mud Hole staff to Broaden your building knowledge. Great Job Guys!
Buzz and Mike are incredibly patient and highly informative I would highly recommended this class for all!!
So if you’re thinking you can’t get the in-person learning experience remotely, you’d be incorrect. The instructors give you so much individual attention, it’s easy to follow along with them on Zoom, and they stay with you until you’ve got it nailed down, even if that means the class runs outside the scheduled hours. Cindy and Curt did a great job, I learned an awful lot in the 3 sessions we had. Now can we talk about value? The rod kit is very nice, and the equipment/supplies that come with the class are worth the entry fee on their own. Best couple hundred bucks I’ve spent in quite some time. I’ll be taking more classes like this for sure.
I would like to thank Jose and Buzz for the Texas Redfish Rod build. They were both excellent instructors and were very informative and answered any questions I had. They were very knowledgeable and made a first timer very comfortable in making his first rod.
Curt was a fantastic instructor. I was initially on the fence about taking a rod building class virtually, but could not justify the travel expense for going to FL just for a single class. After getting going with the class, the virtual environment that mudhole has set up works really well. It almost feels as though you have one on one points of instruction that you otherwise would not have with the in-person classes. Though this class was intended for someone with a little bit of a rod building background, Curt was able to walk me through any of the questionable steps and explain why we do what we do when building a rod.