The glue that holds the strips together has always been URAC-185 now UniBond 800. This glue holds the rod together and is problem free generally. The second most important glue is the epoxy that I use for the ferrules. This is an area that builders have trouble with and this area has failures. The key is to use a quality slow set epoxy that is nickel copper friendly. The 5 minute stuff is not suitable. Now others use different glues but good slow setting epoxy does the trick for me. The next glue I use is the 5 min stuff for gluing on the reel seat and hardware. I use 5 minute epoxy here because I like to be able to remove the parts for repairs if necessary and the 5 minute stuff loosens up with heat. Lastly I use ferrule cement for the tip top. This is stuff that you heat up, drip on then heat again and slid on the tip top. It is the stuff that the archery guys use for their arrows. Fast and reliable and reversible.
I am experimenting with hide glue and Old Brown Glue for the reel seats and after a year or so I am going to try to remove some reel seats on some personal rods to see how that goes, hide glue is time tested and is designed to fail with heat to allow the maker to repair joints so time will tell on that one. Whatever glues you use, stick with what works well for you and test them out before you use it on a customers rod, nothing worse that a stream failure.