Build a Fishing Rod Rack for Only $25

Why spend more than $50 when you can make one for $25?
Why spend more than $50 when you can make one for $25?

We live busy, often hectic lives. Between television, smart phones, email and social media, there’s almost always a screen in our face.

Fishing presents the perfect opportunity to turn off your cell phone and unplug from the cacophony. There is nothing quite like that happy, nervous feeling you get, seeing that water again and knowing for sure that the trout are there.

Even when the fishing is slow, I’ll take sitting by a trout stream over sitting in traffic or sitting in front of the TV any day.

If you are a fishing enthusiast, you’ll find this post really useful. Not only will this allow you to organize your fishing rods, you’ll save money. If, however, you don’t fish but you know of someone who does, this will make a perfect gift. I’m pretty sure they’ll appreciate your thoughtfulness.

This is a great, inexpensive way to organize your fishing rods.
This is a great, inexpensive way to organize your fishing rods.

A good quality fishing rod rack will set you back anywhere around US $40 to $60 these days. But why spend when you can just make one? It’s a fairly easy project and won’t take you more than a day to finish.

This is an inexpensive project that’ll cost you no more than $25. So keep your hands busy and start working!

Materials:

  • 1×4 inch pine boards (42 inches)

Tools:

  • Jig saw
  • Drill with two inch cup bit
  • Sand paper and hand sander preferably
  • Clear coat or stain for the finish
  • C-Clamp
  • Tape Measure

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Start organizing your fishing rods by making this rack. Watch the video below to learn how…

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