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Old 11-12-2010, 06:18 AM   #1
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Default Ideas for a wall mounted fishing rod/reel holder

Looking for ideas to build a wall mounted rod/reel holder that will hold 25+ rod/reels. I'm thinking the rod/reel rack will need to be so the rod/reels will be able to stand up vertically. Any pictures or thoughts on what you have done would be appreciated.
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Here goes , I hang a few of my surf rods & jigging rods from the ceiling using rubber coated bicycle hooks
Light tackle set ups PVC pipe in a milk crate .............
Man this is an old picture, have a few more rods now, but still using the same setup ......... ICM
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This should keep you busy for awhile:

Fun with PVC Part 2

Rod stroage for the garage??

rod/reel storage

garage rod holders

rod storage

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This is not home built but it is one of the best ways I have stored rods.

http://www.rodsteward.net/products.html

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http://www.piranharodrack.com/

These work great I have two for 6 trolling rods and 8 spinners.

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right rigger - which model do you have?
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Old 11-16-2010, 05:57 PM   #7
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I think it was the large saltwater
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Without knowing what king of rods, the simplest would be to take a pair of 2"x4"x16' long (you need to space offshore reels - Penn 70's or 50W's 8" apart (center to center), while Avet MX's will do with 6") and attach 1-1/2" pvc cut to 11" long lengths. It is a pretty simple design, which is then bolted to the wall. I have the same design in cube form, that holds 24 offshore rods & reels in a 38" long x 20" wide rectangle (6 per row), and a second that holds 20 inshore rods in a 24" x 16" rectangle (5 per row).
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Ran a 1 X 4 across the wall, screwed to the studs, screwed rodholders to the 1 X 4. Since this picture was taken, I have upgraded to Penn 330LD reels that will not fit in the 3 rod rodholders. I took down the 3 rod rodholders and have replaced them with AFI single rod rodholders spaced further apart.
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Ran a 1 X 4 across the wall, screwed to the studs, screwed rodholders to the 1 X 4. Since this picture was taken, I have upgraded to Penn 330LD reels that will not fit in the 3 rod rodholders. I took down the 3 rod rodholders and have replaced them with AFI single rod rodholders spaced further apart.
That was exactly what I suggested, using individual 1.5" pvc pipe cut to 11" instead of the pre-made units. You get 10 rod holders out of a single 10' pipe that sells for $4, vs. $7 each for the AFI's. To make mine more rod friendly, I rout the inside lip of the sections with a 1/8"r router bit, then drill two 3/8" holes one 2" from the bottom and the second 1.5" from the top on one side, and then through those holes a rcess with that 3/8" bit and then a 3/16" hole for the screws.
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