Super Grade Cork | 3" or 3.5" Rear Grip | 1" or 2" Fore Grip | 16mm Graphite Seat
This kit is assembled to order.
In the event of a backorder you will be notified.

The split grip cork handle configuration burst onto the scene about 15 years ago and has been a staple on higher end fishing rods ever since. This all around handle setup is popular with those throwing lures and allows the handle length to be lengthened or shortened before building without the need to buy another rear grip. These handles offer the feel of CRB super grade cork material with the newer style split configuration and paired with a high quality CRB reel seat offered in hood colors Silver, Black or Gunsmoke.

Key Features & Benefits

CRB Super Grade Cork
Traditional aesthetics & a functional favorite for millions of anglers.

CRB Deluxe Graphite Seat
High quality graphite trigger handle. Timeless styling in 3 hood finishes.

Rubber Winding Checks
An assortment of pre-sized rubber winding checks complete the trim.

Kit Components

The rear grip lengths are available from 3" to 3.5" and each is paired with a choice of matching 1" or 2" fore grip. The 3" handle is a strait taper where as the 3.5" rear grip has a bit of a swell to it. Fore grip options provide the angler with the choice not only for use but for aesthetics. Along with the Cork split grips and reel seat, these handle kits comes with a durable composite butt cap and winding checks - so you have everything you need to assemble your handle.

  • CRB Super Grade Cork rear and fore grips
  • Rear Grips Sizes (inches): 3.5, 3
  • Fore Grips Sizes (inches): 1 or 2
  • CRB GCRS Size 16 Reel Seat in your choice of Black, Silver or Gunsmoke
  • Black Rubber/Vinyl Winding Checks for various blank O.D.'s

Handle Kit Specifications

3.5 in. Rear | 2 in. ForeGCRS-163.50"4.50"2.00"10.00"
3.5 in. Rear | 1 in. ForeGCRS-163.50"4.50"1.00"9.00"
3 in. Rear | 2 in. ForeGCRS-163.00"4.50"2.00"9.50"
3 in. Rear | 1 in. ForeGCRS-163.00"4.50"1.00"8.50"

Installation & How-To

Note: Handle kits do not include arbors. You can purchase one separately, or build one yourself using tape. Also, as blank diameters change, you may need to ream the inner diameter of the grips to match the blank. In instances where the blank diameter is small, you might need to create an arbor to fit the grip snug to the blank.