Black's Sure-Lock Rod Hanger

   

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  • Stows rods overhead or to the side
  • Locks-in rods
  • Convenient, one-handed removal
Stows rods securely overhead or to the side. Simply pop in a rod and lock it in. Fast one-hand removal provides added convenience. Includes stainless steel screws for mounting. Two pack.
Rated 4.8 out of 5 by 6 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Outstanding My friends & I travel in 5th Wheel RV's. We like to fish and needed a way to carry our rods safely. These hangers filled the bill. Mounted them on the wall of the storage space under the trailer. Carried the rods & reels with no problem. Buy these and you can't go wrong. We all carry 2 pcs rods and they freshwater rods fit into the holder fine. The saltwater rods needs a different set up. May 22, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great rod holders When you finally break down and purchase those expensive crappie rods you need a way to store and protect them. These are the best I have ever had. Keeps the rods safe and off the floor so you don't step on them. March 17, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Best rod holders for boat and truck cap I use these in the cabin in my walk around cuddly and also in my truck cap. Members of my boat club recommended and I do also. 3rd batch I purchased . December 16, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great rod holders Put these on my boat. I had limited walk around room and needed something to hold the rods tight against the sides of the boat. They work great. Very secure and handy. I use them to hold my heavy trolling rods as well as my jigging rods. Used them once on the ocean. They perfromed well as I pounded the waves. April 27, 2012
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Yes but the holders come 2 to a package. You will need 1 package per heavy saltwater rod. Use the big holders as the holder for the rod tip might not be big enough.
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 - Artesia, NM
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NO they cannot handle the weight. Wasted my money on this holder. Place a salt water rod in it, be prepared to lose it over the side!
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Probably some of the round handle plastic type could be. Not the oval wood ones.
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The latch end for the rod butt end would probably work well. The rod tip end will definitely not work. I never measured the actual ID of the latch end but they are certainly over 1 inch in diameter. They have enough room for my aluminum shaft paddles I carry on my boat. For the price they would be worth trying.
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