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Rod rack with spacing enough for rods with reels?
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Jan 13, 2021 15:42:24   #
Bdubya06 Loc: Salem OR
 
Simple, but works!



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Jan 13, 2021 15:42:25   #
alwjohnson
 
Oops....

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Jan 13, 2021 16:18:48   #
Peach8 Loc: Lexington, KY
 
Very nice and smart idea

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Jan 13, 2021 16:53:05   #
DozerDave Loc: Port Orchard Wa.
 
Egghead wrote:
I got home here's a picture of the rod rack. If interested, I have a better way to make it.lol. learn as you go...


I made something similar to yours for my BIL but his thought was that hanging them from the rod tip that it might impact the integrity of the tip because of it holding the weight of the rod and reel. I’m assuming you haven’t had an issue with this being that this is what your using.....🐟on

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Jan 13, 2021 17:59:49   #
MuskyHunter Loc: North Central Minnesota
 
bknecht wrote:
Egg, is that a Shiras? If so, very, very nice!


The subspecies of moose found in North Dakota is known as alces andersoni. This is also known as the Northwestern Moose. It inhabits North Dakota, Minnesota, and Michigan. The eastern moose (alces americana) inhabits eastern Canada and northeastern U.S. The subspecies of moose in Wyoming and the Rocky Mountains is alces shirasi (Shiras). The final subspecies in the U.S. is the Alaskan moose (alces gigas) is by far the largest subspecies (gigas for gigantic).

As far as I know, there is no overlap in their range although it would seem to be possible at the edges of the ranges.

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Jan 13, 2021 18:28:00   #
Lowescatfish18 Loc: Wesley Chaple florida
 
Oh boy there is really no right or wrong rod holders the best one I found was to make it my self live in fl. You need all those bass rods and rods for spec fishing then you need rods for surf fishing ocean then there is tampa bay fishing spinners rods let's go to keywest now break out those fly rods.ok ya I got over 40 rods that hang over my boat that never was the real issue it what do you do with all those tackle box's and piano box's build more shelfs or put some in old dressers so I know give me 1hr and I can change my boat over to fish so how's that answer your question.


Keep the line tight

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Jan 13, 2021 18:44:09   #
ripogenu Loc: norfolk, MA
 
FS Digest wrote:
I currently have a rod rack that holds 16 rods in a oval shape, up until today its been just fine. Today I got reels for all the baitcasters I have been picking up, and now all the reels hit each other and forces me to space the rods out more... but that wont work as I have too many rods.

So does anyone have a recommendation for a rack that can fit around 16-20 rods (or 2 racks that hold 10 each) that have enough spacing to allow me to keep the reels on the rods? This is mostly just a issue with my baitcasters as they all have a similar handle length, the spinning rods fit just fine with a little turning of the rod.

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one of the things that I did was put a spacer (small piece of PVC) under every other rod so the reels were above and below each other

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Jan 13, 2021 19:00:46   #
bottomcoon Loc: Tahlequah, oklahoma
 
E.pa.al wrote:
Try putting 64 guns in a gun safe that claims it will hold 64🤔🙄


Hello E. pa. You're putting your guns in the safe the way it looks like they should go. If you want to store more guns in the safe try putting one barrel up & one barrel down. Yes, alternate them. You'll be surprised how many you can get in that way. Good luck.

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Jan 13, 2021 22:10:42   #
runandgun Loc: East Texas
 
An easy way to make a rack(s) is out of pvc. 1 & 1/4 inch fis the buts of my rods. Use "T's" to hold them upright and "90's" for the corners and space them about 6 inches apart. You can make a rack for 10 or more just depending on garage space. Use your imagination for configuration.

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Jan 13, 2021 23:45:30   #
Mauwehu Loc: Norwalk Ct
 
Egg, are you hanging them from the rod tips? Don’t they bend?

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Jan 14, 2021 02:29:46   #
Jeffchow88 Loc: San Francisco
 
First, take your reels off your rods and store them properly. It also protects the line if you box up your reels.
I also made my own.



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