Okuma ABS Expandable Rod Rack

Price: $29.99
In Stock: 5+

Finally an inexpensive solution to storing and organizing your fishing rods. Constructed from durable ABS plastic designed to withstand years of abuse, the Okuma ABS Expandable Rod Rack features locations to store up to 16 rods. Its professional look and compact size will spruce up your garage or home and save you from the clutter of your fishing gear. The expandable design allows you to arrange it in multiple space saving configurations (click on the More Views tab below the product picture for some configuration ideas). Easy to assemble with standard tools, the Okuma ABS Expandable Rod Rack eliminates the clutter and protects your rods from unnecessary damage.

Dimensions: 17.5" x 8.5" x 36"

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Customer Reviews

Comments: Nice compact and freestanding rod storage. Not hard to assemble once you study the tiny diagrams and realize that you won't need all the hardware for certain configurations. If you expect to make the high setup, that ain't gona happen, because they don't give you the parts to do it.

From: Paul: FL 12/16/15

Comments: Really wish I would've read the fine print better before buying this. It is for rod storage only. I bought it thinking I could load it up with combos but was wrong. You can fit 3 to 4 combos on one rack only. Looks good and easy to assemble but not designed for combos.

From: Bobby: TX 1/8/15

Comments: If you are looking for a rod rack you can't beat the Okuma for the money and ease of assembly. I have several much more expensive wooden racks but the Okuma is the most practical. Unless you are looking for a piece of furniture buy this one.

From: Joe: Marriottsville, MD

Comments: Easy to put together and does it's job, looks good.  Worth $30.

From: Dominic: Ft. Myers, FL

Comments: Great deal.  I didn't like the logos on the rack, nothing a can of Krylon Fusion couldn't change. Works great, holds my gear perfectly.

Comments: This is a great deal. Very sturdy and its not as bright blue as this picture shows. Its really darker navy blue. It only holds about 8 rod and reel combos, but could easily hold 16 rods by itself.

From: Daniel: North Carolina, USA

Comments: I was looking for an inexpensive way to store my freshwater rods in the garage for the summer in a free standing rack that can be moved to the basement for fall maitenance, winter storage, and spring preping.  It's sturdy works great and under $25. Great buy.

From: Danny: Eastern Mass, USA

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