Super Grade Cork | 3" or 5" Rear Grip | 1.5" or 2" Fore Grip | 16mm Graphite Seat | Includes 10" Carbon Mounting Tube

The classic feel and traditional look of cork fishing grips will always have a place on ice fishing rods, and this cork spinning ice handle kit features all the benefits of super grade cork with custom length options to build your ideal handle. Whether you're hole hopping, catching perch in your favorite shack, or even sight fishing for lake trout, this combination of cork rear grip and matching fore grip also includes the high quality components to complete your ice rod handle, so you're ready to make the most of your time on the ice.

Key Features & Benefits

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

CRB Deluxe Graphite Seat
High quality graphite handle. Timeless styling in Black, Silver or Gunsmoke.

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

10" Mounting Tube
Simplifies installation & ensures your handle stays secure under load.

Kit Components

These kits feature a 10-inch carbon mounting tube that bolsters the stiffness of the handle to avoid the rod flexing down into your handle assembly. Then it includes super grade cork full rear grips in lengths of 3", or 5", and a matching cork fore grip in sizes 1.5", or 2". Along with the premium graphite CRB spinning reel seat, the handle kits also come with assorted winding checks to finish off your handle with style.

  • CRB Premium Graphite Spinning Reel Seat
  • Super Grade Cork Ice Rod Rear Grip Sizes: 3", 5"
  • CRB Super Grade Cork Fore Grip Sizes: 1.5", 2"
  • 10-inch Carbon Ice Rod Handle Mounting Tube
  • Assorted winding checks for various diameter rod blanks

Handle Kit Specifications

3 in. Rear | 2 in. Fore GSRS-163.00"4.125"2.00"9.125"
3 in. Rear | 1.5 in. ForeGSRS-163.00"4.125"1.50"8.625"
5 in. Rear | 2 in. ForeGSRS-165.00"4.125"2.00"11.125"
5 in. Rear | 1.5 in. ForeGSRS-165.00"4.125"1.50"10.625"

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.

Learn how to build your own ice fishing rod with helpful tips and tricks from the rod building gurus of Mud Hole Live on this episode featuring Extreme Ice Rod Builds!