Updated March 16, 2019 by Sam Kraft

The 10 Best Fishing Rod Racks

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Best High-End
Best Mid-Range
Best Inexpensive

This wiki has been updated 13 times since it was first published in March of 2017. Leaving your favorite poles in a tangled mass in the corner of the garage is a good idea if you want them to break or gather dust, but that's no way to properly care for your equipment. Instead, invest in one of these sturdy fishing rod racks, which will allow you to showcase your prized collection of angling gear, and ensure everything is kept safe, organized, and ready for your next outing. When users buy our independently chosen editorial choices, we may earn commissions to help fund the Wiki. Skip to the best fishing rod rack on Amazon.

10. Rack'Em Overhead

9. Rush Creek Round

8. Wealers Wall Holder

7. Berkley Rod Rack

6. Okuma Expandable

5. Wealers Garage Organizer

4. ColdTuna Ultimate

3. Cobra Storage

2. Sea Racks Hook

1. KastKing Rack 'Em Up

Editor's Notes

March 13, 2019:

Increased the ranking of the ColdTuna Ultimate, as users seem to really value its low profile, sturdiness and versatility in terms of potential installation locations. The Sea Racks Hook is an addition that stands out in a category that does not typically emphasize aesthetics— it’s as effective as it is visually attractive, with the ability to accommodate up to 24 poles. Also added the Cobra Storage to provide a quality option that is specifically designed for installation on a garage door, which seems to delight many users. Eliminated both Organized Fishing models from the list due to a combination of shoddy craftsmanship, weak clamps, poor stability, and an inability to hold as many rods as advertised. Also removed the Rush Creek Creations 14 because of availability concerns.

Sam Kraft
Last updated on March 16, 2019 by Sam Kraft

In addition to his corporate career as a marketing and communications professional in Chicago, Sam runs a popular blog that focuses on the city’s flourishing craft beer and brewery scene. He received his degree in journalism from DePaul University (which spurred his interest in freelance writing) and has since spent years developing expertise in copywriting, digital marketing and public relations. A lifetime of fishing, hiking and camping trips has left him well-versed in just about any outdoors-related topic, and over several years spent working in the trades during his youth, he accumulated a wealth of knowledge about tools and machinery. He’s a travel junkie, a health and fitness enthusiast, and an avid biker.

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