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Bass Pro Shops Wall Mount Rod Rack - Horizontal

   

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23-1/2" x 3"

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2-piece design of the Bass Pro Shops® Wall Mount Rod Rack allows mounting to the exact dimensions needed. Racks hold up to 6 rod-and-reel combos. Mounting hardware included. Dimensions: 23.5" x 3".

  • 2-piece design
  • Mounting to exact dimensions needed
  • Hold up to 6 rod-and-reel combos
  • Mounting hardware included
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Great Purchase I really like the ease of putting these rod holders on my wall. They hold all my rods so I don't have to worry about tangles or getting broken. They look awesome , my friends love them too. April 28, 2014
Good rack for small rods This rack looks nice and can be up on a wall in 15 minutes. Holes must be an exact distance from top to bottom and no template is supplied. It does not accommodate large rods as the diameter of the holes is less than 1 & 1/2 inches. My larger saltwater rods do not fit. Especially the ones that have a cushioning around them. SO measure before you order !! January 26, 2015
Works fair after installation. Installing this rack seems easy enough. But... The "keyhole" type system it is designed with makes it difficult to get tight on the wall (it wobbles and has play). I had to modify the design by drilling holes and screwing rack directly to the wall. My other complaint is... if you plan on loading up using all 6 spaces, it is difficult getting your rods with even small reels on and off the rack. I will say, the rack is made of quality wood and does look good. February 8, 2013
Fishing Equipment-Wall Mount Rod Rack This is a very simple instalation process. The only issue that I find with is, it takes up a lot of wall space. I have adapted mine and mounted it on the ceiling of my Garage. It works Great. it is also cheaper than the one sold for ceiling mounting. It does take a little more work to hang it from the ceiling versus the wall. This is an excellent product for either application. If you have the wall space, I highly recommend this product. May 16, 2012
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It looks like it would support the rod properly, but it would depend on the fasteners. I cant tell from the descriptions.
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Answering my own question after receipt of the product: The included keyhole mounting system does not really apply to the ceiling because it may slide and fall. So in order to mount to the ceiling you would need to use an alternative mounting method such as drilling your own holes. In my case I have wood paneling on the ceiling so I will use a finish nailer and nail it to the boards.
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No reason why you cant mount it on the ceiling but the ceiling would be bearing all the weight of the rods so you may need to find a beam to drill into.
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Hi, from the information listed I do not show any reason this would not mount to your ceiling. Thank you!
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its strong enough
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Yes.
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Sure, as long as they are not very soft action rods (bendy). Soft action rods may "droop" a little which you may not find desirable.
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Sure. You may have to space the holders further apart, though.
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Not really unless stored without reels on them.
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it depends, see as fly rods are so much longer than my 5' ultra light rods, i would have to put the racks further from each other for the fly rods to fit securely. but if all you have are long fly rods the rack is nice
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I don't see why not. If your working with long rods (8+ ft) you can just increase the distance between the 2 pieces to get a better fit. I DO recommend attaching to studs though.
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no, you need more supports
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Yes, i have fly rods and the item holds it very well
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