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Re: New tackle room

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Back to the drawing board lads. The rods are taking up a wall that I need for more shelves.
Looking for inspiration for ceiling rod storage!
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Can’t find a better pic of this idea. Ridged plastic pipe short section screwed to batten to hold butt then for tips cut one side so rods can enter. As below.

The other popular method I’ve seen is trellis.
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zodiac wrote: Sat Dec 09 2023 18:21 -
So trying out ideas for rod storage. I'm happy with the base. It's just 70mm plastic down pipe cut in to sections. The frame holds it in place fairly snug but there's still a bit of movement side to side so the flexibility to accommodate big reels etc.
I'm not happy with the flimsy foam and plastic keepers for the wall. I'm going to look in to something else, whether I buy it or make it I'm not quite sure. Any suggestions?


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That’s looking pukka Z! I’m guessing when you’re standing made up rods in there you’ll use every other bit of downpipe?

I would try and source some of those webbing straps that plug in as a double bayonet and unplug by depressing the switch on either side? These things?

Oops just noticed you’ve revised it to ceiling hung rods.☺️
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Cyprio wrote: Sat Jan 13 2024 18:33 -
Can’t find a better pic of this idea. Ridged plastic pipe short section screwed to batten to hold butt then for tips cut one side so rods can enter. As below.

The other popular method I’ve seen is trellis.

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That’s cute. I might just borrow that idea for my tackle room. Lots of wasted space using walls.👍
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Cyprio wrote: Sat Jan 13 2024 18:33 -
Can’t find a better pic of this idea. Ridged plastic pipe short section screwed to batten to hold butt then for tips cut one side so rods can enter. As below.

The other popular method I’ve seen is trellis.

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Something with the plastic pipes could work. I've got lots stuff lying about to make a few testers.
The trellis looks a bit fiddly for me. Might work with 1 piece baitcaster types but most of my rods are fairly big and heavy.
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I’ve got an internal roof rack in my van and have my boat rods attached underneath with this Japanese internal rod rack.
The O rings allow the rod to be pushed in held in place and removed one handed. Something crafted from wood could work.
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Perhaps use something like this as a starter.
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I've got my sea fishing gear and a couple of extra bits suspended under the garage floor joists like this
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Cyprio wrote: Sat Jan 13 2024 20:19 -
I’ve got an internal roof rack in my van and have my boat rods attached underneath with this Japanese internal rod rack.
The O rings allow the rod to be pushed in held in place and removed one handed. Something crafted from wood could work.
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I might have to steal the idea from you .
Do you leave them there all the time ?
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Happy Hayes wrote: Sun Jan 14 2024 12:35 -
Cyprio wrote: Sat Jan 13 2024 20:19 -
I’ve got an internal roof rack in my van and have my boat rods attached underneath with this Japanese internal rod rack.
The O rings allow the rod to be pushed in held in place and removed one handed. Something crafted from wood could work.
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I might have to steal the idea from you .
Do you leave them there all the time ?
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When it’s pike season yes. As I only use the van to go fishing and it’s locked up inside. If I’m not taking the boat I do remove them :wink:
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I've just opted for a few of these. I can set them any distance apart to suit shorter rods if need be.
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zodiac wrote: Mon Jan 15 2024 21:14 -
I've just opted for a few of these. I can set them any distance apart to suit shorter rods if need be.

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That looks the easiest solution for ceiling mounting.

Are the hooks wide enough to comfortably fit a couple of rods on each side?

Edit: yes, I've just seen the size, they're enormous :laughs:
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Cyprio wrote: Sat Jan 13 2024 20:19 -
I’ve got an internal roof rack in my van and have my boat rods attached underneath with this Japanese internal rod rack.
The O rings allow the rod to be pushed in held in place and removed one handed. Something crafted from wood could work.
8ED1A4E4-0DD3-4CBA-B959-6F111B650B7F.jpeg
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Where did you get those from if you dont mind me asking?
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Mike F wrote: Tue Jan 16 2024 10:25 -
Cyprio wrote: Sat Jan 13 2024 20:19 -
I’ve got an internal roof rack in my van and have my boat rods attached underneath with this Japanese internal rod rack.
The O rings allow the rod to be pushed in held in place and removed one handed. Something crafted from wood could work.
8ED1A4E4-0DD3-4CBA-B959-6F111B650B7F.jpeg
65643987-7FEA-4CEE-87D1-478CD99A061C.jpeg
DD88E9AE-2A83-44A1-8903-F5AE0C5CF61A.jpeg
Where did you get those from if you dont mind me asking?
I found it on eBay, was fitted to a Japan import and they obviously didn’t want the rack. So I used the parts I needed. It’s designed to fit against the headlining. I broke a retainer once, they used to have a eu dealer but I contacted Jap office and as you know they were super efficient new parts paid and dispatched within a couple of days. :wink:
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Cyprio wrote: Tue Jan 16 2024 10:48 -
Mike F wrote: Tue Jan 16 2024 10:25 -
Cyprio wrote: Sat Jan 13 2024 20:19 -
I’ve got an internal roof rack in my van and have my boat rods attached underneath with this Japanese internal rod rack.
The O rings allow the rod to be pushed in held in place and removed one handed. Something crafted from wood could work.
8ED1A4E4-0DD3-4CBA-B959-6F111B650B7F.jpeg
65643987-7FEA-4CEE-87D1-478CD99A061C.jpeg
DD88E9AE-2A83-44A1-8903-F5AE0C5CF61A.jpeg
Where did you get those from if you dont mind me asking?
I found it on eBay, was fitted to a Japan import and they obviously didn’t want the rack. So I used the parts I needed. It’s designed to fit against the headlining. I broke a retainer once, they used to have a eu dealer but I contacted Jap office and as you know they were super efficient new parts paid and dispatched within a couple of days. :wink:
https://lps.carmate.co.jp/global-produc ... s/fishing/
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Cyprio wrote: Sat Jan 13 2024 20:19 -
I’ve got an internal roof rack in my van and have my boat rods attached underneath with this Japanese internal rod rack.
The O rings allow the rod to be pushed in held in place and removed one handed. Something crafted from wood could work.
8ED1A4E4-0DD3-4CBA-B959-6F111B650B7F.jpeg
65643987-7FEA-4CEE-87D1-478CD99A061C.jpeg
DD88E9AE-2A83-44A1-8903-F5AE0C5CF61A.jpeg
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Where for you get them from Andy ?? Could make use of a couple of those :wink:
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Edward.P.A.C wrote: Wed Jan 17 2024 08:13 -
Cyprio wrote: Sat Jan 13 2024 20:19 -
I’ve got an internal roof rack in my van and have my boat rods attached underneath with this Japanese internal rod rack.
The O rings allow the rod to be pushed in held in place and removed one handed. Something crafted from wood could work.
8ED1A4E4-0DD3-4CBA-B959-6F111B650B7F.jpeg
65643987-7FEA-4CEE-87D1-478CD99A061C.jpeg
DD88E9AE-2A83-44A1-8903-F5AE0C5CF61A.jpeg
:thumbs:
Where for you get them from Andy ?? Could make use of a couple of those :wink:
Just found them on Amazon.

Rod holder J Hook 7 for car (IF14), ROD HOLDER J HOOK 7, inno, Carmate https://amzn.eu/d/2Huud2e

https://usa.innoracks.com/product/if14g/
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Cyprio wrote: Wed Jan 17 2024 09:27 -
Edward.P.A.C wrote: Wed Jan 17 2024 08:13 -
Cyprio wrote: Sat Jan 13 2024 20:19 -
I’ve got an internal roof rack in my van and have my boat rods attached underneath with this Japanese internal rod rack.
The O rings allow the rod to be pushed in held in place and removed one handed. Something crafted from wood could work.
8ED1A4E4-0DD3-4CBA-B959-6F111B650B7F.jpeg
65643987-7FEA-4CEE-87D1-478CD99A061C.jpeg
DD88E9AE-2A83-44A1-8903-F5AE0C5CF61A.jpeg
:thumbs:
Where for you get them from Andy ?? Could make use of a couple of those :wink:
Just found them on Amazon.

Rod holder J Hook 7 for car (IF14), ROD HOLDER J HOOK 7, inno, Carmate https://amzn.eu/d/2Huud2e

https://usa.innoracks.com/product/if14g/
:thumbs: Perfect..cheers Andy :handshake:
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Use spur shelving brackets for rod storage. With pipe lagging on the brackets . I’ve got some hanging from the ceiling and some on the walls.
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Anyone used these .?
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Seen very similar used in tackle shops but for the money and a pair of them they're definitely worth a punt
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fergie68 wrote: Tue Jan 23 2024 16:00 -
Anyone used these .?
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Yes I've got a few of them. Maybe OK for lightweight one piece rods but no good for me.
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zodiac wrote: Sat Dec 09 2023 18:21 -
So trying out ideas for rod storage. I'm happy with the base. It's just 70mm plastic down pipe cut in to sections. The frame holds it in place fairly snug but there's still a bit of movement side to side so the flexibility to accommodate big reels etc.
I'm not happy with the flimsy foam and plastic keepers for the wall. I'm going to look in to something else, whether I buy it or make it I'm not quite sure. Any suggestions?


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Just seen this as safe storage solution . :laughs:

I guess a woman must have space for shoes so why not use the wasted space on the stairs :cool:
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Cyprio wrote: Sun Jun 30 2024 19:22 -
zodiac wrote: Sat Dec 09 2023 18:21 -
So trying out ideas for rod storage. I'm happy with the base. It's just 70mm plastic down pipe cut in to sections. The frame holds it in place fairly snug but there's still a bit of movement side to side so the flexibility to accommodate big reels etc.
I'm not happy with the flimsy foam and plastic keepers for the wall. I'm going to look in to something else, whether I buy it or make it I'm not quite sure. Any suggestions?


20231209_171221.jpg

20231209_171242.jpg
Just seen this as safe storage solution . :laughs:

I guess a woman must have space for shoes so why not use the wasted space on the stairs :cool:
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Cyprio wrote: Sun Jun 30 2024 19:22 -
zodiac wrote: Sat Dec 09 2023 18:21 -
So trying out ideas for rod storage. I'm happy with the base. It's just 70mm plastic down pipe cut in to sections. The frame holds it in place fairly snug but there's still a bit of movement side to side so the flexibility to accommodate big reels etc.
I'm not happy with the flimsy foam and plastic keepers for the wall. I'm going to look in to something else, whether I buy it or make it I'm not quite sure. Any suggestions?


20231209_171221.jpg

20231209_171242.jpg
Just seen this as safe storage solution . :laughs:

I guess a woman must have space for shoes so why not use the wasted space on the stairs :cool:
C4D91B5A-C0BE-4EF6-85FC-8507BB5F4F43.jpeg
I like that! Maybe when the kids are a bit older though, that's got 'climbing frame' written all over it!
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Cyprio wrote: Sun Jun 30 2024 19:22 -
zodiac wrote: Sat Dec 09 2023 18:21 -
So trying out ideas for rod storage. I'm happy with the base. It's just 70mm plastic down pipe cut in to sections. The frame holds it in place fairly snug but there's still a bit of movement side to side so the flexibility to accommodate big reels etc.
I'm not happy with the flimsy foam and plastic keepers for the wall. I'm going to look in to something else, whether I buy it or make it I'm not quite sure. Any suggestions?


20231209_171221.jpg

20231209_171242.jpg
Just seen this as safe storage solution . :laughs:

I guess a woman must have space for shoes so why not use the wasted space on the stairs :cool:
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What a brilliant idea.
Shame the wife won’t see it that way :grin:
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You could always try Tom :wink:
Then if you post about looking for new Digs we’ll
know not to try it :clown:

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Cyprio wrote: Mon Jul 01 2024 18:44 -
You could always try Tom :wink:
Then if you post about looking for new Digs we’ll
know not to try it :clown:

:laughs:
I’d already suggested , how nice it would be having some of my rods attached to the wall going up the stairs.
She suggested somewhere else that my rods could be placed :afraid:
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