Do you love big bluegill?
Since no one else answered you, I usually just tied a length of mono to the eye at the tip. Sometimes I would pass the line through the eye and tie off a foot down the rod just in case the tip broke you may still land the fish. A small piece of electrical tape would keep the line from slipping up the rod.
I have also tied on my own eyes down the rod to attach a reel but that keeps the rod from collapsing and turns it into something like a whippy fly rod.
Hope this helps if you have any other questions ask.
Do what John says, tie up the pole a foot or so and then at the eye.Then wrap a bit of electrical tape around the tied off point and one in between.
I also add a drop or two of thin Super Glue to the eye's base - just to be on the safe side.
A pic? Well... there isnt anything to see, really. The cyanoacrylate (super glue) is drawn in to the eyelets base via capillary action, so it isnt visible.I just drip a tiny bit into the top and bottom of the ferrule, then wipe off the excess.
Ive yet to have one come off. Come to think of it I've never had one break either. Just lucky, I guess.
AS for the tying and tape well, sure........
Hope this gives you the idea. Upper segment (to the left) is the anchor knot. I've used orange tape, cut into small strips and tightly wound on the poles tip. Tight and small is critical or the tip wont retract into the pole.
I also use clinch knot knot on the eye itself.