Works for me! I recommend!
I have had one for about 5 or 6 years. I haven't had any problems with anything breaking on it. I keeps the rods from getting tangled. I have read reviews where they couldn't get 4 reels in it. It is designed for inland fishing poles rather than Great Lakes fishing poles. I have actually put 2 additional rods & reels in between the 4 snapped in place and used a bungee cord to hold them in place. It is easy to carry and snaps into place on the wall with brackets included.
I just bought a second one for my growing collection of poles. The only thing that I would suggest is that they also make one that hold 6 rods & reels.
December 6, 2013
Not trilled with it
We purchased this, you have to be careful that the rod isn't too thick, clips break. They should have made it with metal clips rather than plastic. Many of our rods don't fit so we stopped using it. Would have been nice for vacations but if all your rods don't fit what's the point.
July 22, 2007
Awesome Rod Totes
Hubby & I had not fished in years and just bought some land with a pond. The first 4 trips and each of us took 3 rods. By the time we got to the pond all 6 were tangled so bad that it took us 30-40 minutes just to separate them. I spotted this online and thought I would give it a try. It holds 4 rods perfectly. You do have to turn them a little to get all 4 reels in but it is not a problem. We now have 6 of these and love them. No more tangled rods. Lightweight and very easy to handle. I walk with a cane and now I carry all 4 of my rods by myself. Easy to put together and do use a little vaseline to slide the brackets on. Makes it much easier.
August 20, 2011
A good idea, but the plastic parts that snap around your rod break way too easily, it's a shame too because it's an excellent way to get your gear in and out of a hotel / motel, especially if there is an elevator in the journey!! Fix the snap issue and this is a TEN!
January 22, 2010