Grab and Go Rod Carrier – The Easiest Way to Store and Carry Your Rods

by boat3545 on November 12, 2013

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Boat Outfitters is now offering a new way to get your fishing rods down to the boat or the water with ease.  The Grab and Go Rod Carrier mounts to a wall and stores your rods while not in use and allows you to very easily grab it and go in a moments notice.  An added benefit to this particular rod carrier is the legs that allow you to set your rods down without dragging your reels through the dirt or sand while you are fishing or just loading the boat.
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The Grab and Go is made out of half (1/2) inch King Starboard making it very durable both in structure and exposure to the elements.  It was made specifically to hold up to the marine environment with the highest quality of marine grade materials.  The Bungees allow you to lock your rods in easily so you don’t have to worry about wrapping the rods together to keep them from falling out of the carrier.  And to bring full circle the theme of ease around this product, the hook mounting system was designed to be effortless, simple, and strong.  It mounts to a wall to neatly and quickly store your most frequently used rods.
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The Grab and Go Rod Carrier is ideal for any fisherman who has to walk long a distance to the fishing spot or even just to load the boat.  It allows you to carry up to four rods in one hand and your gear in the other.  Also you can set down your rods you aren’t using at the moment without worrying that they are being damaged or tangled by the ground.  It measures 19” long by 6.5” wide by 12” tall giving you all the benefits of the carrier in a light weight and economical package.

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Rc scheidemann June 28, 2016 at 5:10 pm

Primarily fish for largemouth bass. Can this item carry 4 bait casting rods and reels? How much does this carrier weigh.

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boat3545 June 30, 2016 at 2:47 pm

Thank you for checking out the blog! The rod carrier works great with both spinning and bait casting rods so you would be all set for bass fishing. The weight of the carrier is going to be approximately 3.5lbs. Please let me know if you have any other questions or if there is anything else I can do for you.

Have a great day!

-Brian

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