If you've been looking for a cheap and easy way to store your fishing rods...you found it!

My brother is an avid fisherman and has quite a few fishing rods.  I wanted to get him something usefull this year for Christmas....so I came up with this.

You can customize this plan to fit as many rods as you need. 

The cost for this project (24 rod rack) is around $25 to $30 and will take you an hour or two. 


Step 1: Supplies you will need

2" PVC pipe - 20 ft
6 - 90 degree fittings
2 - T Fittings
24 1/2" pipe straps
2 - S hooks
Compound Mitre Saw
Dremel with sanding attachment
2 Drill bits - 1 larger than your screw size, the other slightly smaller than your screw size
2" hole saw
PVC primer
PVC glue
1" Flat head general purpose screws
Tape Measure
<p>i put wheels on mine</p>
Wow, I just now saw this as I was lurking about the site. THANK YOU! Great idea, I can think of several uses for &quot;stuff&quot; besides my fishing poles! Long handled tools were already mentioned, I also have several walking sticks leaning against the closet wall, long umbrellas, couple of canes...I may have to anchor the bottom so it won't tip but that would be simple to add.
Nice, I want to build one for gardening tools!

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