Field & Stream Round 24-Rod Rack

Field & Stream Round 24-Rod Rack - Dick's Sporting Goods
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Woodsy elegance and reliable functionality sum up this Field & Stream™ Round 24-Rod Rack. The rack has a hardwood construction that is easy to assemble and appealing in any cabin, home or camp. Big enough to accommodate and store your impressive rod collection, the rack is a great home addition for any angler. Keep your rods tangle-free and on display when not in use with the Field & Stream™ 24-Rod Rack.

  • Stores up to 24 fishing rods
  • Hardwood construction
  • Easy to assemble
  • Rods not included
  • Dimensions: 14" x 34"
  • Model: FEH00124
  • Field & Stream

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Country of Origin: China
Web ID: 4278073

Customer Reviews:

Rated 3 out of 5 by 106 reviewers.
Rated 1 out of 5 by sorry i got it purchased this to have a place to store my fishing poles. when i placed the poles into the holder all it wants to do is spin around and pole fall out. and no all the poles arent on one side i spaced them out. not worth the money sorry i got it June 12, 2012
Rated 1 out of 5 by Not as good as the photo Very poor construction--had to return it. Field and Stream is usually much better quality. July 9, 2012
Rated 2 out of 5 by Worked great for 6 months My husband received this as a gift for Christmas. It worked great for several months but now is falling apart and not sturdy enough to hold up multiple rods. Who can help? September 6, 2012
Rated 1 out of 5 by Cheap ...... For $30 (and $30 is still a goodly sum), it is cheaply made. In fact, if I were in business trying to make a living selling this type of rod rack, I would either not put it on the market for fear I'd be looked upon as getting someone's money for nothing or I'd construct it so I wouldn't have complaints. I put the rod rack together. It's easy. But, as soon as I start loading rods on it (and I have just less than 24), it started swaying from side to side. Thinking that I hadn't tightened the bolts tight enough, I took the rods off the rack and re-tightened all joints. I reloaded the rack with my rods and the same thing happened again. What happened? The inset into the center pole at the bottom in which the bolt screws into simply came out of the end. It would not stay in, therefore; the rod rack wouldn't sit straight up without wavering from one side to another, depending on where the heaviest rods were. The insert would not only not stay in, it's really short and I think that also helps create the problem. Anyway, I needed the rod rack, even if it is temporary. So, I had a piece of decking rail. I cut two pieces the same length of the center pole. When the two are butted together, there's a hole in the middle and the center pole fits perfectly inside. I screwed them together, marked the ends on the upper and lower rod plates, then inserted the pole inside. I screwed everything together, then put 4 screws into my decking rail on the top and 4 more on the bottom. I recessed the screw heads so they are not all that noticeable. It is solid now and I will be glad to sell the manufacturer my solution to their poor construction. I loaded all my rods and the rack stands straight without wavering. Hopefully, this will last a while. When it wears out I plan to make my own rack from lumber. October 6, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by Field & Stream fishing pole stand It takes two hands to spread the slot for your pole. The opening or tabs are so stiff you can't just slip your pole into it. Will be taking it back. November 16, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by junk I had 2 of these. The first broke almost immediately and so I figured it must be an anomaly. The area at bottom where the center pole connects just gave out. Thought no way it could be this cheap so returned it and got another one. The new one lasted for maybe a month or so before it collapsed all by itself. It could only fit about 9 rod/reel combos. (I just noticed the picture they show online only has rods placed in about every 3rd space.) Maybe this could be used for just rods w/out reels. Or if you want to only display a few rod/reels in your home for some reason and never used them (difficult to take out of the holders too) I ended up getting a wall rack and a ceiling rack after throwing it out. much better. March 29, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by Not worth it I have bought two of these and they keep breaking. I had the first one for about a month & 1/2 before it brooke. I returned it to the store. They did not have any in stock so I had to order it online pay shipping and wait 7-10day to get the new one. I only had the second one for two weeks before it brooke. I will not be buying another one. May 28, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by not stable The item was very cheaply made, I didn't like it. Very unstable, not sturdy, not all size fishing rods fit in the spots. After putting 2 rods on the rack, the rack leaned and could not be repaired. Not a good product. I would suggest buying a cue stick holder for pool cue sticks instead of this. April 16, 2015
Rated 1 out of 5 by Bad This broke while putting in together it was a waste of 30 dollars don't buy March 11, 2015
Rated 4 out of 5 by Does the job Very easy to out together. Hold rods securely. Way less expensive than other brands of the same quality. The only reason I didn't give 5 stars, is because it can be difficult to get the rods to "click" in to the holder. Once they're in there, they aren't falling out. March 4, 2015
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