Fishing Rod Rack, No Holes in the Boat

Published date: March 3, 2016
  • Boat Type: Boat Type

I've seen fishing rod racks put in this spot before and thought that it was a good use of the space. However, I don't like putting holes in my boat. Therefore, I adapted the method of sliding thin (about 1/4") veneer between the liner on the top side and using double sided tape on the bottom side from some mods that Chinook posted. The tape I used was left over from a car project. I remember it was really expensive, but I'd recommend any double sided foam tape. I think the thicker foam tape adheres better to the uneven surfaces.

Jeff

Published by: C Buchs


Model Year: 2001

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