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Organized Fishing Rolling Wire Tackle Trolley

   

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Perfect for your garage or boat house, the Rolling Wire Tackle Trolley is the ultimate fishing tackle organizer. Designed to accommodate up to 12 rod and reel combos, the Rolling Wire Tackle Trolley features 3 adjustable shelves to maximize your specific tackle storage requirements. Each shelf can safely hold up to 50 lbs. and the Tackle Trolley is equipped with rubber clips to protect rods and prevent them from falling. Plus, this fishing tackle organizing system comes with six 4'' peg hooks for hanging your softbaits, lures, extra line or any other small fishing accessory. Assembled dimensions: 38-1/2"H x 22-1/2"W x 13"D. Manufacturer's 1 year warranty.

  • Accommodates up to 12 rod and reel combos
  • 3 adjustable shelves
  • Each shelf holds up to 50 lbs. 
  • Rubber clips protect and secure rods
  • Six 4" peg hooks
  • 38-1/2"H x 22-1/2"W x 13"D
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Great Addition, Great addition to the man cave (although half of the gear is acutally the wifes who catches more than me anyway :) ) Took a minute to figure out the plastic holders (#2) as they don't just stay in place, you have to hold them and slide the trays over them but after that everything went together very smoothly. Holds standard 6 and 7ft rods with ease (my 9ft doesn't fit) The shelves are good and sturdy holding tackle boxes, coolers etc easily and the pegs are great for extra line and stuff. Very happy with the purchase. May 24, 2011
Organized Fishing Rolling Wire Tackle Trolley This was easy to assemble, and looks like it should do a great job keeping my gear organized. January 6, 2015
Marginal Purchase At first glimpse, the "Trolley" looks great & substantial; however, when put to real use...it falls upon its own sword "poor quality"! The rod retention clips atop the trolley fail after several usages. Material chosen for them is just to brittle and fragile. A better choice would be "nylon clips" like those used for retaining signal cables. "All States" makes a device called a "wire saddle".and, they're cheap..like $5 or $6 for 50 of them. Change the rail which holds the flimsy plastic rod keepers to allow for replaceable keepers is one suggestion. November 18, 2014
Be Patient or be frustrated I was excited by this rod rack, having the commercial racks this is styled after in my shop. But assembly was iffy at best. Having built these type racks before, I had my rubber mallet and silicone spray ready. But, the 2 piece wedges do not all hold well, and I constantly had to disassemble what I had just assembled to try to get the shelves level, and to keep the compression wedges from sliding down the corner rods. If it assembles correctly, then I'm sure it's a fine rack. Other than the hard plastic (not rubber - I wouldn't put my G Loomis rods in it) rod holders at the top, it is well designed but flawed. Even the display model was not completely level. Good design but poor construction. December 22, 2008
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How tall is the shelf space?

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I am a long range guy with a fairly tall tackle box. How much space is between the lower shelf and the middle shelf? Also, can the rod holders accomodate larger diameter rods (deep sea 50# class gear) without the reels attached?
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The shelves are adjustable so you can set the top 2 where you need them. I have down rigging rods in mine and they fit fine.
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The space between the bottom shelf and middle shelf is 14 inches. There is an extra inch that makes it 15 inches once the front lip of the middle shelf is cleared. The space between the middle shelf and top shelf is 17 inches with the same extra inch once the top lip is cleared making it 18 inches. The rod holders will hold the bigger saltwater rods. My bass rods are loose in the holders and they will expand a lot more if I needed the extra diameter.
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You can set the space between the shelves yourself. I don't know about the larger rods, though.
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The height of the shelves are adjustable, and the entire rack sits three feed and three inches high.
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The shelves are adjustable so you can make a large or smaller spaces between shelves during assembly. there should be room for a tall tackle box
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It will definitely hold your large diameter rods. You can adjust the shelves to whatever height you want. I keep my Plano 797 on top and a carry bag on the middle shelf with room for my terminal tackle box and a shoe box full of lures Bottom shelf has more storage boxes for my various fishing lines and reels.
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JoeOC, you can adjust the shelf height to accomadate any box. I am not sure about the base rod holders...plenty big enough for my freshwater rods.
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There are 3 shelves, I have 18 inches between the middle shelf and the bottom but this can be customized and the top shelf is obviously open and seems pretty sturdy.

Don't think 50# is going to fit well though
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Joe you can adjust the height to your liking during assembly
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Yes we use your for stand up gear with Penn tuna sticks and 30T's and 30TW's
See no problem with 50's except you can't put them side by side. we mix in surf gear and smaller boat rods. they are about 2 3/4 total height
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 - Winchester, VA
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Is this TACKLE TROLLEY On sale for 50.94 Thur feb 24,2011
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 - Near Houston , Mo On the West Fork Piny River
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Have to contact Bass Pro themselves!
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When I bought mine it was also in the sale flyer as on sale in the store, but I noticed it was not on sale on line. So I called the 800 number and they matched the in store price
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i think so becuase if you got the sale pamphlet it said so i was just looking, all i know is thts a steal for the price and if you have a problem with this product which it had one defective shipment call the company owner he sent me a free one!. Buy this i would i have 2 in my basement.
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what tools and things do you need?
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Not hard at all. It just fits together by hand
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No tools are required at all. There are no screws. The large pieces just snap together and the four corner uprights screw together.
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None. wheels already on poles. poles screw together. inserts hold shelves which you can adjust hieghts. rod holders have clips.
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No tools are required. pieces slide and snap together.
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not difficult if you get all the pieces and if they are all the right size
had to call the company because one fo the shipments had a certain piece to small
the owner was very kind and helped me out
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not difficult to assemble, I didn't use any tools.
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VERY EASY TO ASSEMBLE WITH A MINIMAL AMOUNT OF TOOLS.
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no tools needed. very easy to assemble.
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No tools required but check contents first before departing store and see if they assemble correctly. If you buy on-line....good luck.
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no tools, however it takes a little bit of work to do it correctly as the directions are minimal.
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