Attach the hardware to the wall or over head. The webbing is strong and non abrasive. There are two options, 6 rod or 9 rod system. The holders may be doubled up if needed. Red on black design with Bar Tack construction.
👤I mounted these on a door. I used a drill to drill the screw holes. This step is not mentioned in their instructions. I posted pictures to show you how it fit. The door is short so I mounted the straps all the way up. I left the D rings on the ends because I might use them to hang an accessory with a carabiner. I pulled the straps very tightly over the door's locking mechanism. The locking bar is not interfered with by the straps. I may add 4 more screws to their 6 because the door is horizontal. They were just standard sheet metal screws. The door is a manual lift at the moment, and it did get heavier with all of the rods, but it wouldn't put any strain on the garage door opener.
👤The system is very versatile and can be used to organize all your poles and reels. I hung mine from the bottom of my overhead storage rack after purchasing 2 sets. I used some S hooks and it worked. My reels and rods are organized and look great.
👤I wanted to write a review of this rod storage system because it's so good. I put mine on the exposed studs. The installation was easy. I was looking for something that was easy to use and also provide protection for my high-end gear. I fit 9 rods. They slide easily into the soft loops without the risk of bending the guides or scratching the rod. There is no bow or bend in the rods when I placed the straps 48" apart. It was important to me that the rods were well supported. The added benefit is that all the rods can go in the same direction, which makes it easier to organize. Highly recommended.
👤I was not sure what I was getting into with this type of rod storage, but I would just return them if they didn't work out. I am very satisfied with this product. They are easy to install and perfect for a variety of different styles of rods. I have a lot of heavy duty fishing equipment in the pics, including trolly rods, bait, spinning rods, surf rods, and fly rods. All are held securely. I can keep a 4' gaffe and a fish net with a 4 foot handle. They are installed on the ceiling of the garage. You can't see the rods from outside the garage when the door is open. I don't have to worry about seeing what I have. I have to use a ladder to get to the rods in the garage, which is the only downside to the way I have them installed. I plan to add a third rod. I would recommend anyone.
👤I liked the thick nylon and strong stitches. The whole thing was screwed into the roof and held my biggest Ugly Stick with reel. The design would have been better if hooks and clips were included so that you could unclip the webbing from the screws and put it back up.
The official size of the rod is 11. 63" L x 11 63" W x 26" H. It's easy to ascend. The rack is easy to put together and holds up to 24 rods, spinning or stable without the reels attached. The sleek design is perfect for a tucked away corner in the home or garage. The materials aredurable. The fishing rod rack is made of aluminum and has a rust-resistant frame. This rack is perfect for keeping your rods organized. Take care of the rusty and knot free. The upper support clips can be adjusted to place your fishing poles vertically after a tranquil day on the water. The holder is functional and attractive. The dimensions are 28.6” (L) x 11” (W) x 28” (H). Black and Silver are the colors. The rod rack can hold up to 24 rods.
👤The foam insert does not hold smaller, thinner rods well. You have to be careful how you position the rods in the holder. I'm going to try and figure out a way to manipulate the foam part that grips the rods so that it won't hit the ground.
👤I had to return the product because it was missing a few parts, but it was not the only issue. The upper portion of the rack is not tall enough to hold larger saltwater rods. The portion that grips the pole is too low, so it won't hold large level winds and larger spinners. It was easy to assemble and build.
👤This product was very disappointing. It is very wobbly. The foam on the top bars is not reinforced and over time the rods will wear out the shape of the foam and they will keep falling out. 1/6 stars. A good rod rack can be found somewhere else.
👤This is a good fishing rod holder. The problem is that it was bought for inshore fishing rods and they fall out of the holder. It works well for off shore rods and shark rods. It works. I don't feel like my equipment is safe.
👤I'm tempted to glue the whole thing together just to keep it together. Very wobbly.
👤I like this Wakeman Rod Rack. It was easy to put together, and only takes up a small space. I have a small area where I can keep my rod and reals. Great product!
👤It is not worth the money as it looks on the picture.
👤This was a present for my husband to receive. He liked it. It's light weight won't take up much space.
👤Se tiene un poco corto para las caas.
👤The foam holders needed to be cut to fit, not what I expected, and the height was not suitable for my salmon rods.
The microfiber steering wheel cover with Silicone hand grip is a must have for any fisherman. Premium materials keep hands warm. It fits 15. The steering wheels are 5. Store, organize and stores fishing rods. Wealers rod rack will save you space, holds at least 3 rods, and you can add more to expand the capacity. It's easy to use and you can access your rods and sticks. Rods are out of reach of children and fixes securely on the wall. It's great for storing fishing poles on a boat, truck, or garage.
👤I was satisfied with my choice after looking at several options. I don't have a garage or shed to store our fishing rods so I wanted something to install in a bedroom or office to keep them out of the way when not in use. The way this rack is arranged helps use less space but the wide racks are easy to put the rods in and get them out. I put them high up on the wall so they can be put in and out without problems. We only have freshwater reels, so it may be more difficult to use any of the racks with larger saltwater reels. They are black and plastic, not stylish, but they get the job done well without any clips or parts breaking.
👤I used dead space above a set of doors to hang my rods in the closet. The hole for the screw is too close to the top hook, so the plastic where the top screw is located should be longer. The top level hook was in the way of the keyless chuck and I couldn't use my screwdriver. 15 hard minutes with a manual screwdriver is what it took to install what should have taken five minutes.
👤I use Sturdy easy to install rod holds for some of my poles. My crappie poles are separated from my base fishing poles. I put them high on the wall so that I have more room for my other fishing items on the wall.
👤We needed something to hang the fishing rods from the wall. These worked out great for our fishing and surf rods. We were not sure if they would hold the weight of the surf rods.
👤I used zip ties and no screws after reading that the top hole was close to the top hook. I like how light it is. I had to stagger my rods because of my offshore reels. I recommend!
👤The plastic fishing rod holder does what it's supposed to do. It gets the rods off the floor and has held up well so far. The mounting hardware was not the best. If you're looking for something simple, quick, and inexpensive, you can't beat this.
👤It works well for our fishing rods. I mounted high on the wall with the help of the screws and lugs. A thick plastic construction.
👤The design of the store is nice and clean. They are more convenient to store and retrieve. Before and after use, no longer need to move the car or use the ladder.
The rod rack can hold up to 6 rods. The foam grip pads hold rods securely. A lightweight plastic design. It is a long lasting proof of corrosion. 6 rods are neatly and securely stored.
👤Two people need to be hit. 1. The person decided which screws to include. The person agreed. The rack is great but the screws are terrible. They are flat head. Is it a flat head? Who uses flat heads now? There was a terrible decision. They're only about the same length. The mount point is thick. You know what it is? Hmm? You are correct. The screws don't reach the studs in the wall. Do you see the issue? Pulling out the rods from the brackets. How long do you think it will take for the rack to fall off the wall and the expensive rods to fall to the ground? Okay. Maybe it's not that hard. You know what I'm talking about. Not sure about you. I wouldn't trust these tiny screws in the wall to hold my rods and reels, they are 16" apart, and no drywall anchor is included. Most framed walls allow you to mount. The screws are long enough. rant over. The screws were replaced with 1-1/4" drywall screws. I'm not worried about the rods falling off the wall because they are now organized and off the ground. If anyone from Berkley is reading this. The wall mount rack is very good. Still. I mentioned those two people before.
👤It was perfect. What I was looking for. There is vertical support for 6 reeds. The plastic material has a good finish. I have used it for 4 spinning rods with their 3000 and 4000 reels. Pros. The material is resistant. It can be mounted for different lengths of rods. The base in the vertical kit has front support so it can be mounted horizontally and still hold the fishing rods. The upper support has high density foam. There are screws for wall mounting. There are Cons. The screws are good for wood, drilled brick or concrete, but not for plasterboard walls. SPANISH review perfecto. Justo, buscaba. Para 6 caas, soporte vertical. Material plastico de gran resistencia. He has a problema con 4 caas de spinning, 1 x 7'0'' medium light, 1 x 7'0'' medium heavy, and 2 x 8'0'' medium heavy. Pros. Material resistente. Puede para caas. En el kit horizontal, la base tiene soporte frontal. Espuma de alta densidad. Incluye tornillos para montar. There are Cons. Los tornillos estn para madera, ladrillo o cemento previamente taladrado.
👤These were easy to install and work well. I worry that the hard molded foam will not hold up over time, but I am careful as I put the rods in and out. The TWSS. It is easy to install and do the job. I don't have a picture of it in use, but I have a great picture of all my girls fishing, so you can see why I need to be able to store multiple fishing rods. There is a better picture.
👤I bought this because it was cheaper than the Rapala rod holders. It is cheaper in every sense of the word. The foam is hard to navigate. I ordered another Rapala rod holder and recommend you do the same, as the far right holder shows the foam missing where it fell out.
1.5” diameter holders for all fishing pole sizes, can hold 8 rods or combo on either side, 2 handles for easy carrying and transportation, and a fish design on both sides of frame. It's easy to hold up to 6 of your favorite fishing rods in your garage, shed, or for display. Rods are kept secure on the wall by holding and base. A torched wood finish makes a rustic look. There is a variety of reels and rod sizes to hold. The upper and lower rack has dimensions of 17.3 W 2.9 D 2.4 H.
👤Large Grouper set ups are not well held by mounts. One fell on me. The full rod capacity is advertised, but can't fit it.
👤It's perfect for what we need. Looks nice and holds 3 rods.
👤It's perfect for the amount of rods I need to store.
👤It's used for fishing rods. More for display than for regular storage.
👤A great rod holder. It was simple to install and I received it as pictured.
👤What I was looking for. It is very sturdy and holds a lot of fishing rods.
When adjusting the fishing rod carrier, make sure the front and rear rod holders are aligned. The front and rear straps are included in the pack of fishing rod rack strap. The spinning floor rack has steel ball bearings. A hardwood veneer with an Oak finish. There are rubber clips in place of the rods. Accommodates up to 24 rods.
👤I like it and dislike it. I love that part of organizing my rods. It is easy to assemble. The bad part is that the staplers that hold the plastic straps are not holding them. The worst part is that the rod holes don't line up, and my rods are leaning off.
👤When I put my spinning rack together, one of the screws that held the vertical supports to the base snapped, and I was not using a drill. The stand is not nearly as sturdy as it should be, and I used deck screws to assemble it, because the rest of the cheap screws that came with it were thrown away. I only use it for some of my extra rods that don't get used but are easy to use.
👤The spinning round finishing pole looks amazing. My husband has filled up many of his fishing poles, but he hasn't put them back on yet because he's finished. This looks very nice and was easy to assemble. I can't say enough about that.
👤The product is amazing and cheap. I thought I'd build my own rod holder like this one, but it's not possible to stay within the price of the rod rack. I gave it a try. I'm glad I did. It was easy. I saw a review where the screws broke while being put together, and I can see why they are so bad. I used "Deck-MATE" screws that matched up the size and it was very secure and solid with new screws. The alignment is not perfect between the bottom and top but it is better for the price. Yes, it does, it is a bit rough. There is no big deal.
👤It isn't hard to set up. You will have more success if you swap out the screws immediately. My rods take up 2' instead of 8' because of the cheap veneer that spins. Don't expect the world to pay more than $30. If you're 10% smarter than them, rod holders work great. It's easy to hold 12 rod n reel combo. A great rod rack.
👤This item was in a package that had been abused. The wooden parts crushed the Styrofoam inside to protect them. Styrofoam was stuck to the pieces of black cushion where the base of your rods rest was not found, so they wouldn't adhere to the box. I applied some glue to each of them and re- put them in their positions. The unit was easy to assemble and will work well for holding some of our son's rods. If you have large saltwater rods, you probably won't be able to use all 24 slots, as there isn't enough room with the large reels on them.
👤The looks of the rod holder are good, but the quality is not great. I needed to replace the screws on the spinner with a larger one. It works better now. Feels light and works well.
👤I wasn't sure what I would get but this appears to be a sturdy rack. The oak finish looks like solid wood, but I'm not sure if it's veneer or not. The clips to hold the rods at the top are plastic, but I think they will work out fine. I think this will hold about 12 rod/reel combinations. I like to look at my rods while I spin it around. I remember the moments I had with each rod landing impressive crappie, saugeye, walleye, bluegill, smallmouth, etc... Soon I will dual- wield these rods and conquer many of the fish that are in my area and leave behind dismembered carcasses that other people will look at and know that I am the fish king.
The sport is called billiards. The dimensions are 2.4 in. L x 16.9 in. You can store your fishing rods on the wall orceiling. The fishing rod can be corroded by the high-impact STEEL fishing rod storage racks. It can hold up to 8 fishing rods and reel combo. This handy organizer can be used to maximize space and eliminate garage roomcluttering. Convenient storage can be created by utilizing extra space in the garage, cabin, and boat rooms. Keeping the space neat and organized. Heavy duty steel is coated with a substance called polyvinylchloride. Protect your fishing rods from damage. It is easy to put it together. Hardware is included. You can organize your rod and reel combo in a garage or workshop. There is a US patent pending. All rights are reserved.
👤The picture supplied is not the true size. This is very small. Look at the product dimensions to see the length. That's over a foot. The image makes you think it's several feet long, but it isn't. Unless you use it for small fresh water rods, your stuff isn't going to fit. The construction is very sturdy with a coating that won't scratch or damage what you put in it. That's the positive side. This is a lot of money for a tiny item. It would have gotten 5 stars if it was twice the current size.
👤These are nice. They think they will last a long time. The coating on them is good. I did not give them five stars because the openings could be a little bigger. The bases of some of the bigger rods did not fit. It fit most of my rods. The openings are crammed so it's like a puzzle to place the rods and reels. After a few minutes, I was able to get them all to fall down. I would recommend putting your most frequently used rods last, as they are the easiest to pull off.
👤The rack is very small and easy to install on the ceiling. This rack is perfect for small rods. The butt of the heavy rod will go through the hole. I can't put the second piece into the rack. It works if I place it through the larger guide. If the rack is full, the reels will get stuck on the other rods when trying to get the rod out. If the spacing was just an inch more it would be better. All in a good place. I would only purchase my smaller rods again.
👤The first picture of the rack shows two different wall brackets, but as you scroll through the other pictures you will see the actual design of the rack, which gives you two If you mount the product as shown in the picture, each rod will get 2 open ends, no big deal, or 2 closed ends. What a PIA that would be! Okay. If you try to make it offset like what you saw in the first picture, you will hit another problem. You lose the function of the open hook when you flip it. I was looking forward to hanging these up since I was locked in this house. Will be looking for a new option to send these back.
👤The # was the perfect amount for me because I only own a few rods. It went up on my ceiling without a hitch. The holes fit my deep sea rods perfectly, and they were easy to get into or out of. The spacing could be 1/2 to 1inch wider each. My big reels are bumping into each other, but they don't affect the stability or damage the rods. I'll go for 4 stars since I can't do half a star. They were slightly bowed, but that did not affect alignment. I don't have to worry about choosing a wood/particle board based product breaking on me because it met expectations. If you have large reels for deep sea, be aware of the length before purchasing. I would suggest mixing reel sizes. Still recommend.
The horizontal fishing rod holders are suitable for many decoration styles and places, such as game rooms, restaurants, bars, clubs, and so on. The Barnwood finish is great. Accommodates up to 15 rods. No tools are required. The clip strap prevents clips from pulling out. The center wood pole is sturdy and will not warp.
👤The item was missing pieces. Amazon never delivered replacement parts. The replacement had scratches in the paint. The construction is bad. It's not possible to hold as many rods with reels as claimed. The base is not wide enough to be stable on carpet. It is doing its job. I am disappointed. Too much trouble to return. I will keep it until it breaks.
👤The concept of this product is great, but the actual product is subpar. This was a gift that I was able to return. It looks like it is covered in a sad wallpaper thin laminate that is peeling around the edges. If the product worked, I could ignore this. It is very unstable. You have to balance the poles so that they don't tip. Large poles do not fit. The clips that hold them in place aren't flexible so you can't get the pole in them, which is why a pole that is heavier automatically tips this over. Don't waste your time. Keep looking.
👤It was made very cheaply. The holes were not assembled correctly. This is too expensive for how cheap it is. The concept is great but the construction is poor. It's also packaged badly. The box was shredded when it arrived and the Styrofoam was broken. It was scratched. I paid over $60 for this.
👤This is an economical way to store your fishing rods when you don't know what to do. I would keep it atop something else to not have to stoop to reach the poles. The bottom is made of round depression and the top can go into the loop to hold it in place. The loops are open. It will show dust quickly since it's a dark color. I don't judge, maybe that's part of your decor.
👤I use this product for fishing poles. If I leave the reels on the fishing poles, it won't hold them. I like this product because it holds rods in a way that is organized. I was a little disappointed. I should have done more research on the wood. The glue visible on the laminate that goes around the edge of the disk did not match up. The pole in the middle is made of metal. I believe the knob on top was wood. The knob was painted black and there were some spots that weren't painted. The poles on the top disk are held in place by flimsy rubber clamps, although they do hold them in place. They fell out with little force. It's difficult to line up the clamps with the circles where the butt of the pole goes. It works. Expect a cheap product. It's not like the ones you'll find at a store. I would buy it again. I don't need fancy things.
👤It is exactly what I wanted, except for the part where it broke and fell apart, it is garbage. I bought it because I wanted to put 3 small fishing rods on it and buy a door for fishing in our small pond in the yard. I tried to rearrange the rods in it, but it never sat straight. I heard something fall in the living room. It broke apart after it collapsed. I think I can make the top piece usable again, but it isn't worth the price I paid for a week of holding 3 crooked fishing rods. If you have regular size rods and don't want to have to put it back together when it falls apart, I would look for a different rod holder.
It was designed by survivalists and fishermen. The fishing rod storage is unique. There is a round fishing pole rack that has up to 16 rod and reel combinations. The rod holder can be used in a lot of places. A heavy-duty steel post. A 38mm center steel post is powder coated. The rod holder has a steel post. The rod holder is only 30” in diameter and has easy accessibilty. This is a great invention. Soft traditional rod clips are tool free and will grip freshwater rods. Rush Creek Creations is committed to providing premium storage solutions for your fishing and hunting gear.
👤I needed something that was small. I could organize my poles so they didn't get tangled up. Almost every spot has a pole and all but one has a reel. I have a couple of larger salt water poles that fit, but most of my poles are smaller for fresh water fishing. Great value! It is very functionable. Looks great! I was very happy with my purchase.
👤It's not as big as I anticipated. I bought this to hold all of my rods. The space between the platforms is too small for a large rod, so this will only hold one of my Saltwater rigs. My freshwater gear is perfect. The lack of scale in the pictures is the reason I'm not giving a 5 star review. I might buy a second one in a week or so and put it together with the first one. The way they made the product made it possible to add more pieces. They would be smart to sell a "fresh" and "salt" version of the product. The taller and thicker rods are held by the latter. I would have bought a taller model.
👤The rod storage rack is decent. It could be a bigger base and top to accommodate the rods. It is a little pricey for what it is. The rod clips are not very rubbery and we will see how well they hold up. The rod rack is not capable of holding 16 rods with reels attached. The bigger base and top would allow them to fit all the rods. I was only able to fit 12 rods. I will probably order another for my other rods. A lazy susan would make this a better rack to use. I will add one to it.
👤When my son came home for a holiday, I bought this to surprise him. The end of the rod is too short to catch the threads, so the first step is to screw the rod into the base. It would be very easy to assemble but not without the first step. I will be returning it, but not recommend it. It is not the quality I wanted.
👤The product has great potential, but it's not there yet. It is not possible to hold large poles and they fall out. If the bottom was deeper it would help, but I will have to add a strip of velcro on the upper portion to hold the pole in place. They are a mess. I would like a lazy susan on the bottom.
👤It's easy to put together. The rods were in a small space. I'd make sure you know about it. It's not real wood. It's round storage and it does not spin. Someday I might make one myself with real wood and a lazy Susan feature but for now it works.
👤My son put the poles in himself. He has a bad brain injury and simple tasks can be hard to complete, so we were really excited that he was able to do this on his own.
Can be attached with screws permanently. The rack has 6 rod clips stores and displays up to 24 rods. 2 freshwater rods or 1 saltwater rod can be used. The base plate has a glide system. There are padded slots on the base plate for rod handles. No tools are required for assembly of the rack.
👤I was very excited to find this for sale on Amazon, it is exactly what I have been looking for. It took me 5 minutes to assemble the rod rack. I did not need any tools. I noticed the design flaws after I put it together. The description says it can hold 24 rods. Not all of the reels will fit on the 24 rods. The clips are made out of rubber and barely hold the rods in place. I had a few of my rods pop off and hit the floor as I was trying to adjust my other rods. I folded the reel handles on my spinning reels, but I was not able to put my rod and reel combo on this rack. The top part of the rack shifted so quickly that I had to gently spin it to get it back to where it was before. I am at a loss as to what to do with this rack, I am really disappointed with it. I guess I will keep looking for something that will hold all of my combinations. If you only plan to put a few rods on this rack, I highly recommend you use the inner slots or your rods will end up on the ground. If you plan on using all 24 slots, I recommend you look for something that holds more than 24 rods, which is exactly what I plan on doing. I will post pictures soon.
👤The product was delivered in a couple of days, and I needed it to hold rods with ease. I'll probably get another one as one won't hold all my rods. The rack was knocked over, full of rods and reels, and one of the connecting bolts on the upright broke. The repair wouldn't hold up when I tried to put it back in. I used my credit card to purchase the part. I told Laura my story. The wife tripped and fell on it. I got the part in two days after Laura said they would send it out for free. I will continue to do business with this company. Customer service is the best.
👤I bought a light-colored holder to hold fresh and saltwater rods. The four screws that hold the swivel mechanism to the bottom piece with the rod holders were pulled from the material that was packaged well. The four screws were relocated quickly and easily. The rod holder is very stable. It's easy to get to the rods. The depressions on the base are shallow. I really like the material used to hold the rod shanks. It is easy to remove the rods from their place. There are also holders for two-piece large-diameter surf or trolling rods that can be used to hold two smaller rods. The rod holder was perfect for my needs. It's perfect to organize the fishing rods of multi-species angler.
👤A gift to put away all the rods leaning on the wall of the barn was the Spinning Rod Organizers. I had it ready for loading in less than 5 minutes. There were 5 pieces. It took me a long time to load it up. I can see where it wouldn't be able to hold as many rods as the product claims, but if you can use it for almost that many. I didn't bother to count them before ordering, so I bought it for less than the number it claimed. I knew we had some. I did not put two in the doubles, but used almost every slot. I don't think they could hold two with reels. It has made the rods more manageable and they should be tangle-free now. I don't know if it would hold up to being dragged around, but we will use it in the corner of the barn, so that isn't an issue. It looks great! I can't tell you how much better they look on the rack compared to the leaning heap.
The measurement is 42 cm long. The interlocking design makes it easy to expand the rack. Qty: 2 pairs. You should put your rods up to 24. It is made of aluminum alloy. Help protect your rod handle. You can get one for your home, garage or cabin.
👤I love this rod storage rack. You had to clip the rods into the one I had. My custom rods were falling all over the place when I used them, because the gap just widens every time. Talk about how angry you are! I couldn't decide on a good rack so I put it up for a while. I didn't like some of the features they had. I don't want my rods to be dinged by a hard surface if they rest against something metal. Some of them didn't look like they would hold many rods with reels attached, and some looked cumbersome to remove the rods. Again, trying to clip the rods into a grommet that would wear out and waste my money. I'm not thinking of that right now, but this one overcomes all of that. It was easy to set up. Five minutes. I had a big smile on my face as I saw my rods and reels on it. It has a soft collar where the rods rest against it top and bottom, so it's not going to chip or mar the finish on my rods. The top and bottom holders can be adjusted with thumb screws to fit any type of rod or reel. There is no rod rack that will hold assembled rod and reel combo in every single slot. You can fit 12 rod and reel combo fully assembled on the rack. It can fit 24 rods without reels attached. If you're using low profile bait, you'll fit more than if you put spinning reels on there. You will fit less with big reels. The size of mine is 3000-4000. This covers what I need because I don't need others on this rack. If I need more storage, I'm buying a second or third rack. If you force it, the rack can rock side to side. It's still able to do the job, just giving you honest input. It is not rock solid, but it is not going to fall apart on you. You would have to fall on it to make it collapse. The construction is mostly painted or powder coated aluminum with some plastic hardware, big plastic thumb knobs to adjust the height of the upper and lower holders independently and plastic end caps and corner protectors. The base of your rods sit on aluminum, and there is a neoprene collar where the rods rest against it. It's really easy to pick up a rod from the rack and just set it back in. There was no fiddling with the clips. You can either pick up the rod or put it in the slot. This stand is one of the nicer stands. You don't have to click your rods in, you can just take them out with one hand. It takes no time at all to get it up and running. Some parts are already assembled and you won't need to read the rest of the instructions. This rack is very good. It's not the cheapest one out there, but it's definitely worth it.
Fishing pole holders for garage floor products from Campingandkayaking. In this article about fishing pole holders for garage floor you can see why people choose the product. Wakeman and Wealers are also good brands to look for when you are finding fishing pole holders for garage floor.
Campingandkayaking, Wakeman and Wealers are some of the best brands that chosen by people for fishing pole holders for garage floor. Find the detail in this article. Berkley, Mygift and Old Cedar Outfitters are also brands that their products are worth to check.