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where do you guys store your fishing tacke? im thinking of mounting some kind of rack to the roof of the cabin for the rods or conversly some type of mounting system in the quarter berth... for some reason i just cant seem to have enough rods and reels around and they are a bit unwieldly. Maybe some kind of set up in the cockpit lazz?

suggestions appreciated... have a great weekend.

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I keep my best pole in the cabin and two others in rod holders on the stern.
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When not in the holder I keep my rod under the bimini.

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Keeping an epoxy rod in the sun is bad news. They blister and delaminate.

I have breakdown rods, I hang them from hooks on the head bulkhead. The reels stay in a bag, lures hang from hooks on the head shelves.

Don't ask me to explain the logic, it just seemed like a good place to put them.
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