Rod storage options

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  1. fishing fanatic

    fishing fanatic Well-Known "Member"

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    ive tried the standard racks and have been contemplating building one I think will work but trying to see if anyone has a great way to store two piece rods broken down? I’m hoping not to take up 30’ of wall space either. Thanks in advance and pics always help!
     
  2. TwoTapPat

    TwoTapPat Oh ya that's jazzy

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    514b3192-51de-4a99-9ac7-daa58e57d65d_1.12e2d51e50796de7a9b0b58570b73485.jpeg these are what I use. Up and out of the way.
     
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  3. BugeaterInWa

    BugeaterInWa Fear the Corn

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    PVC works too...
     
  4. The Peddler

    The Peddler You should have been here yesterday!

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    I use the same, and this one for two-piece rods;

     
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  5. TwoTapPat

    TwoTapPat Oh ya that's jazzy

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    Those are the exact same ones I have. They are great.
     
  6. fishing fanatic

    fishing fanatic Well-Known "Member"

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    Thanks a ton! That’s a perfect and cheap solution. Going to give them a whirl
     
  7. TimeZoned

    TimeZoned 24’ Hewes Alaskan

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    Or you can have these for free I don’t need them anymore

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  8. koorbloh

    koorbloh Member

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    I made some similar out of some scrap wood.
     
  9. fishing fanatic

    fishing fanatic Well-Known "Member"

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    Appreciate that Jeff.... I’ve got a handful of those but the reels don’t fit to well side by side and I’ve got 40+ rods to store
     
  10. Quan

    Quan I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    I use these.

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    They work great and I think these are well worth the money- especially considering the materials and time it takes to DIY. They go together very easily, super lightweight, small footprint, and well built.
     
  11. TimeZoned

    TimeZoned 24’ Hewes Alaskan

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    I second that! I have a couple of these and they work great!
     
  12. KickinIt

    KickinIt Newbie

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    Yup, just got these similar on Amazon. $25 for a pair of racks like these. They work awesome, you can store broken down or not, and out of the way!
     
  13. Team Sency

    Team Sency Unleash the hounds!!

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    These have worked well for wall storage for me.
     
  14. mrfish11

    mrfish11 "Ice Melter"

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    I could use those in my db if you want to get rid of them jeff....I can meet you in wp or something during halibut season....maybe kick ya a few homemade pipe jigs or something?????
     
  15. TimeZoned

    TimeZoned 24’ Hewes Alaskan

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    Brian,
    you can have two of them the other two are going to Eric. Didn't mean to hijack the thread. Thnx guys
     
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  16. Cohoho

    Cohoho I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    B59C9A71-27EC-4B69-92A4-22538FD8FC68.jpeg Not sure how much space you got but this is out of pvc pipe and a 1x4.. works pretty good and thier out of the way..
     
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  17. TwoTapPat

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    That's why I like the ceiling hangers. Doesn't take up wall space.
     
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  18. Cohoho

    Cohoho I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    My garage ceilings are 12ft high...
     
  19. fishing fanatic

    fishing fanatic Well-Known "Member"

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    Well you shouldn’t store your rods in the garage!!!!
     
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  20. hawksfan75

    hawksfan75 More questions than answers

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    You can’t reach that?
     
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