Fishing Rod Holder

About: They Call me Wallace.

Hello My Fellow Instructables

here i have a very light FRH Fishing Rod Holder

for this u need

Square Aluminium 1" X1" and Plastic Brackets see picture for details

PVC 40 mm wide. cut to 10 Inches

Screws,Brackets to hold the Aluminium. all this could be purchased at bunnigs

the Cross beams are 16 inches wide

The Legs are 7 Inches Tall

The Feet Each Pc is 6 inches long

The two pcs that Hold The Cross beams are 6 Inches.

The Whole Unit is 18 inches Wide

15 inches Tall

13 inches deep

After cutting all to size drill the cross beams front and back 5mm hole in front & 15/18 mm at the Back

see pictures.

cut and drill the PVC Front and Back 5mm hole…..

use a Hot Air gun to make one side of the PVC soft then place it on the neck of a beer bottle. see picture

assemble all together and place the PVC using some bolts ..see picture.

my unit holds 5 Rods and it could be up grated to hold 5 more.

have fun and go and make something.

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    8 Discussions

    Good job, I think that is probably a better and safer way to store made up rods, than horizontal storage?.Your idea looks like its much easier to store and choose rods than my horizontal storage.

    Great idea for forming the necks of the tubes. I think I might try fixing the screw on spring steel tool clips to the frame, there would be no need to drill and screw the tubes then..

    The tool clips I mean look like these