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Fishing Rod Holder Storage For VW Camper Van

October 06th, 2020 | Railblaza Team

Mixing your fishing gear with the living area is never good idea anytime but trying to avoid this situation when your living from a campervan requires a unique easy to use solution to store your fishing rods safely and out of the way in your camper van.

The RodRak Fishing Rod Storage Rack offers the versatility of stacking as many together as you need which you can see here in the above set up.  Thomas Lampe shared these great images of his custom VW camper build where fishing is clearly going to be a priority for the adventures this great little camper van is going on when it’s done. Follow his journey on Instagram HERE 

Thomas has managed to have an organized set up holding 8 rods on the VW van roof with a couple of them in 2pce setups. The shape of the RodRak means the fishing rods will sit safely in the holders and for extra peace of mind when travelling the addition of the 4mm bungee cord secures all rods for the journey.


The RodRak is an expandable fishing rod storage system for hanging your rods from any vertical or horizontal surface.

This rod rack will hold two fishing rods on the shed or garage walls, under the cabin roof, inside the gunnel or any other place you can screw into.

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