Rated 5 out of 5 by Lowcuz It does what it needs to do
If u don't want to spend a ton then this is it I can keep them all my fishing poles rigged up and ready to go at any time and not a bad price great buy
February 25, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by Salty Dan Falls Apart!
This stand has been nothing but problems since it was received. Falls apart easily. Screws strip out and loosen. Would not recommend.
February 24, 2014
Rated 3 out of 5 by crites49 Its ok for the price...
This rod rack looks good, but when I got mine both center pieces were cracked, you cannot tighten up the center pieces enough without the top twisting with uneven number or balanced rods.
February 20, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Marty Nice rod rack
Easy to put together. Very nice. 24 rods? More like 12 with reels on them. Overall a good value.
February 18, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by billy3344 worst quality product
This thing might be good for children's reels, but for anything of size it truly is horrible. the rods just fall out of the top clamps. there is no way you can get 24 rods on this holder with reels. I put 4 rods on it and then the two on one side fell out, then the thing fell over and the top holder broke off. so when I went to put it in my car, the bottom holder cracked. this thing is such a piece of junk. it is so going back!
January 15, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by ice A++++++++
love it got it for 19.99 great price +++++++++++++
January 1, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by Mitch62 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.
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 5 out of 5 by Bret Great for the fisherman
holds a lot of poles. Great to organize and not get them all tangled.
September 5, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by Fish Fishing pole holder
The product is nice. It won't hold 24 poles with reels attached, but I knew this buying it and it will work nice for our family and our quantity of poles. It did come damaged on the bottom piece. The vaneer is lifted, but not so much that I would send it back, as we had already opened it at our vacation home in AZ.
June 17, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Debbie1 Field & Stream Round 24-Rod Rack
Love the product.
Delivery was perfect and received it in plenty of time to give as a birthday gift.
June 17, 2013