TACO Rod Tote 'Em Rack
Fufills It's Purpose
I bought this for my boyfriend to use when we traveled so that the rods would not get broken and would be easier to transport from vehicle to water. It works great as a temporary holder and keeps them from tangling. It would be really nice if it was bigger so that it would hold more than 4 rods though.
November 9, 2006
I have been fumbling with multiple rods for years now, and decided it was time to get a little more organized. I was bouncing back and forth between this one and another that Bass Pro offers. I chose this rod tote based on other reviews. I am pleased with the design and materials. It is made out material similar to a cutting board so cleaning is real simple. I also like the mounting that comes with it. You can screw it down to a wall, truck bed, virtually anywhere. Then all you have to do is seat the tote in the mount and insert the retaining pin. A definite must buy for any angler who carries multiple rods to the water.
January 20, 2011
Mine arrived without any mounting hardware or screws. A call to the factory said to return it to BP which is a 100 mile drive.
Note: If you put washers under good long screws, it will tighten up really solid as opposed to the way it is designed (just screwing three pieces of plastic together). Be sure to keep the screw straight or it will bust out the side of the part your are attaching to.
I gave it 5 stars because it REALLY is useful. I only carry 2 rods, but being able to go in & out of the house, car and to the lake without tangled lines is great.
July 1, 2011
Great Product for anyone
I bought this product so I could spool my reels, and kids reels without getting the line twisted up on the reel like when you do it by hand. I was hessitant to buy it from some of the reviews I read, but let me tell you the tension is good, instructions are easy to read, and I never had to use pliars on the nuts. It just works great!! People think I bought them pre spooled. I have baitcast, spinning, and spin cast. It works on all!
August 3, 2007