Fishing Rod Storage Rack, Holds 24 Fishing Rods and Reels For Sale

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Fishing Rod Storage Rack, Holds 24 Fishing Rods and Reels:

ORGANIZED ROD STORAGE: Neatly holds up to 24 fishing rods and fishing reels! Fits spinning, spincast, and baitcast reels.WEATHERPROOF: Constructed from waterproof Versatex - no maintenance required. Hose down your rods right on the rack!EASY ASSEMBLY: Rust-proof stainless steel hardware, drill bit, and assembly instructions included.MADE IN THE USA: All components and hardware are crafted in the USA! Built to organize your rods and built to last!25 YEAR WARRANTY: Each rack is backed by a 25 year warranty to prove it will withstand the elements,Organize all your fishing rods and reels in one easy-to-access storage rack. The 24 Rod Fishing Rack is a weatherproof storage solution for your rods to use indoors or outdoors. Use it at your dock, garage, marina, bait shop, retail fishing store, or wherever you need to organize your fishing rods!What Rods Will it Hold?-The 24 Rod Rack can hold a variety of saltwater and freshwater rods including spinning, spin-casting, bait-casting, and fly-casting.-Holds up to 24 rods total DIMENSIONS Width: 31 inches Height: 31 inches Depth: 16 inches Weight: 16.4 lbs WHAT'S INCLUDED (1) 24 Rod Fishing Rack Stainless steel hardware Assembly instructions

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