Which ties do u use to secure your rods?

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  1. fishfish

    fishfish I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    I've been using these cheapo velcro ties to wrap my rods together for years now and was wonderin if anyone out there has anything stronger/better you can recommend my way???
    Thanks, Gerry
     
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    Ghetto. Cut strips of POS tee shirt. Works good.
     
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    J.AkuHed I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    jer dog Fishing is life

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    P-Line blue neoprene straps with Velcro
     
  8. Anglewood

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    I use the Chark Straps, they've worked great for multiple trips.

    -Connor
     
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    Izorline shoulder strap. Looks like this, doesn't come with the girl unfortunately.

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    If you want to go real "cheap", just use electrical wire...makomiko
     
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    Zip ties.
     
  13. BAJA.DESERT.RAT

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    i've been using a similar as the "Izorline shoulder strap" for years.

    sure makes it easy to carry all your stuff at one time. rods over your shoulder, backpack on my back, and pulling a hand truck with my tackle box.

    BIEN SALUD, DA RAT
     
  14. striper30

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    P line straps.
     
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    these bundle about 4 rods together.
     
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    I use the 'cheap' blue ones (maybe Izor?) that they sell at the Seaforth Landing tackle shop... No complaints.
     
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    Turners rod strap, and they suuuuuck. Do not buy! They started falling apart after one trip. The felt which ultimately holds the Velcro became detached and rolled up to the diameter of string once wrapped a couple times. Other than that they're great......Do Not Buy!
     
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    ....old shoe laces when I first started fishing 50 years ago. REALLY OLD shoe laces now. :D
     
  20. fishing fool746

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    After viewing this thread I made my own out of a old boat noodle I had in the garage. I made one to hold 3 poles and the other for 4. Just use a simple bungee on the butt end.
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