NEW KastKing V15 Vertical Wall Mounted Fishing Rod Rack – Stores 15 Fishing Rod Combos

NEW KastKing V15 Vertical Wall Mounted Fishing Rod Rack – Stores 15 Fishing Rod Combos

The KastKing Patented V15 Vertical Fishing Rod Holder – Wall Mounted Fishing Rod Rack Stores up to 15 fishing rods or fishing rod and reel combos in less than 18” of wall space – Innovative Patented Design (U.S. Patent No.7,237,685) fishing pole holder is easy to use – Easy installation with only 3 screws. A great value.

The KastKing V15 vertical fishing rod rack can store up to 15 rods or combos in less than 18 inches of horizontal wall space. Most other brands only store 6 combos in the same amount of space. Rods and combos can be mounted virtually anywhere along the length of the rod, permitting reels to be staggered at different heights for minimum storage space.

The KastKing V15 fishing rod holder is molded with tough amorphous polymer material which is resistant to heat, chemicals, and impact. The v-grooves are co-injected with a tacky thermoplastic polymer material to ensure fishing rods and fishing rod combos are held securely in your rack and doesn’t damage or mar your fishing poles.

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