It doesn't have to be a Berglund Custom Rods - product for us to repair it, but we still appreciate the
business. Stuff happens to fishing rods. In some cases it can be remedied fairly simply, other repairs are very
involved. We've even replaced cork grips that were gnawed off by a pup.

We would really have to look at the damaged rod to determine if we can repair it or not. We won't take a chance
on damaging the blank or other components. Each repair will be an individual case.

If the rod just looks like crap due to scratches (or tooth marks) we can put a coat of varnish/sealer over the blank
or even apply 2-part epoxy to spiff up the rod (or preserve tooth marks as a conversation starter…). Again, each
repair will be an individual case.