Paradigm Custom Rod Design

Benchcrafted Fly & Freshwater Split Bamboo Fishing Rods for the Contemporary Angler
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Custom Contemporary Fiberglass Fly Rods

In most cases we can procure blanks from the manufacturer of choice.
Rods are built to exacting customer specs with choice of thread winding colors to suit.
 Personalized inscription / customer name added to each rod.
Custom build pricing varies by blank manufacturer.
Standard  custom package:
Lemke Concepts reel seat components - High grade cork grip - Top quality bright chrome snake guides and tip-top,
Tungsten carbide Mildrum or PacBay® Agate stripper guide - Loop style hook tender - Cordura ABS case & rod sock
Deluxe  custom package - (add 125.00):
Lemke Concepts reel seat components - Custom rattan-wound grip - Premium SnakeBrand® bright chrome guides and tip-top,
Genuine Agate stripper guide in nickel silver frame - Loop style hook tender - Cordura ABS case & rod sock
* All other specialized custom embellishments will be up-charged.
* Variable shipping and insurance fees not included.



7'  TL Johnson Custom Fiberglass
Deluxe model

7'6"  TL Johnson Custom Fiberglass
  Deluxe model - Military theme - US Army Engineers 

7'6" TL Johnson Custom Fiberglass
  Deluxe model


Classic Glass Fly Rods
For a limited time... we are offering custom classic fiberglass Fly rod builds. Blanks are vintage, 100% Original (new, old stock) manufactured by classic rod companies of yesteryear: Phillipson® Rod Co., Wright & McGill and Featherweight. Phillipson produced fiberglass "trade" rods and blanks for a number of well-known rod companies such as Orvis and Leonard, among others. Much of the Phillipson blank supply consists of the famous Eponite and Epoxite construction to include a selection of popular "Golden Eagle"  blanks made by Phillipson for Orvis Rod Co.
Standard (2) two-piece blanks 6' to 9' feet in length. Prices vary. Please contact us for info, availability and build requirements.
Courtesy - Rick Gottdenker

Latest update: April 7, 2018