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LEECH21

Rod locker tips...

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I just put some of my rods(8) in the locker in my boat for the first time the other week. After getting to the "honey hole", I went to pull out one rod.....and got all 8!

Anyone have any tips on how to keep the rods from tangling in the lockers....besides only putting in 3 rods at one time!

Thanks for sharing!

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The best way Leech is getting rod sleeves that cover up the rods and prevent tangles. They are awesome! Cabelas' makes a good set, but most outdoor stores have them.

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I second the rod sleeves, I use them extensively.

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Thanks guys! I'll look into them

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I love them as well. If you are remotely handy you can even make your own. Thyey are pretty easy to make on your own. I've been making them for a few years now and it ends up being a popular gift for fisherman that are friends or family.

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