I recommend hot glue
Get the archery tip cement. I used to use 2 part epoxy. Here's the difference to consider, then use what you want. One, I called St Croix and that's what they told me to use, hot glue, because the 2 part epoxy takes too long to set & you can get it out of line easy, then you have to "break it loose" and start all over. The glue they supplied me with had the same problem I was trying to correct, it just doesn't hold under severe pressure. so I went to the archery cement. I can't recall it ever coming loose. I just had to reglue a tip on a new musky rod, the big weights will cause them to spin loose. Now here's the REAL advantage to hot cement. If the tip does come loose, there's enough glue in there to take a lighter or candle & heat it up & reset it. Here's some advice on that, if your tip is wet, heat it until all the water boils out. Also if you crack a tip, you just have to heat it to remove the old, add some new glue, slip on the new tip.
When your epoxy comes loose, you have to clean it all off the tip, off the rod, mix it , wait for it to set. Most likely it will ruin a day of fishing because you won't be using that rod for some time, most epoxies take 24 hours to really cure properly. Also if you crack your tip top, now you are starting with a epoxy bond you have to break loose. Hope you don't splinter your rod tip, I have....
Now if you don't mind taking several rods for back up, it won't be a problem. I like to trust my equiptment & the repairs I do to them, I trust the glue. I used epoxy for years, never again.
Now, if you don't mind going thru all that, by all means use it.
Archery tip cement holds arrow tips on at high speed impact & pulling them out of targets. It's made for that tough bonding, epoxy is great for filling in around guides, etc. Some rods have rough spots, good for the grips too.