Fishing rod tips are, unfortunately, notoriously easy to break. In fact, I once broke five of them all in one fell swoop—yikes! Leaning the rods against a car door in a 20 knot wind did the trick; a gust blew the door shut, and the results were tragic. Fortunately, fixing the broken tip on a fishing rod is relatively easy. All you need is some rod cement and a new tip. Here, we'll walk you through the process:

Simple enough, right? So the next time you slam a car door shut on your rod tip, or you take a cast and the tip goes flying off, don't stress. You'll be able to fix it up, in no time.