In this Fishing Pole Rack for Pegboard, plastic trays mount directly to the pegboard to organize and display long and unwieldy fishing poles. Note the upper tray includes removable black inserts to corral the pole. Without it the off-center weight of the reel can topple the pole out the side opening. For such a difficult product, any fixture would be an improvement, but I still found this a bit cumbersome to deal with when accessing the rods. Do I slide the pole down out of the upper tray insert … or do I pop the insert out to remove with the pole sideways … or are both acceptable means? Outdoorsmen among you, please leave shopping instructions for this fixture as a comment.
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BACKSTORY: A fishing rod is a long, flexible rod used to catch fish. At its simplest, a fishing rod is a simple stick or pole attached to a line ending in a hook (formerly known as an angle, hence the term angling). The length of the rod can vary between 2 and 20 feet (0.61 and 6.10 m). To entice fish, bait or lures are impaled on one or more hooks attached to the line. The line is generally stored on a reel which reduces tangles and assists in landing a fish. (SOURCE: Wikipedia)
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