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    The Ochs FamilyWhy didn't I think of that? Tips and Tricks:
    September 7, 2020Does anyone have any clever ideas to store fishing rods in the travel trailer storage compartments? Thank you in advance :)
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      Brenda Driggers September 7, 2020 We have a 5th wheel so my husband took some PVC pipes and cut them long enough on each end to hold the fishing rods. Then he mounted them in the storage bin to the top of the bin. Now, he slides his rods into the holders and they stay right there. I may ...  more
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      pokeysRVadventures September 7, 2020 Yes! There was a post where someone put the fishing rods inside of a $1 pool noodles. Keeps them nice and tidy.
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      spike610 September 7, 2020 I have 2 poles that I take with me. I store them in pool cue carries. Works only on poles you can take apart. For bigger poles I cut 5" pvc pipe and mounted it.
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      The Ochs Family September 7, 2020 Thank you!
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        Lee_R September 7, 2020 I bought a couple of collapsible fishing poles. They work well and are easy to store almost anywhere
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      Dreamers and Travelers/ Tom & Prescott September 7, 2020 For years, we've hung a pvc gutter with bungee cords on heavy duty clamps to floor beams. Kayak paddles, flag & fishing poles fit nicely. And gutter serves as sewer hose sloping guide from rv to drain when required.
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