KastKing Rack ’em up Fishing Rod Holder Review


With the holiday season just around the corner, there are plenty of people out there trying to figure out just what to get that special angler in their life. Unless you know exactly what the person your shopping for wants, it’s usually a good idea to steer clear of lures, rods, reels, or similar equipment since most people have their favorite brands, colors, and models. If you’re looking for a safe gift to purchase that all fishermen can use, the KastKing Rack ‘em up Fishing Rod Holder is definitely something to keep in mind.


As makers of quality products such as reels, braided line, and other fishing related gear, KastKing has created a lightweight, portable rod rack that has the ability to hold a plethora of rods and reels. This easy to assemble rod holder was the 2015 iCast New Product Showcase Winner and is reasonably priced on the Eposeidon website and other retailers for around $60.


dsc_0110-copyNot only can you assemble this rack in less than five minutes, it doesn’t require a single tool in order to do so. Because the frame is constructed with lightweight aluminum, this rust resistant rack weighs in at just under 5 lbs., allowing you to move and/or transport all of your rods with ease. Soft cushioning at the two areas where your rods come in contact with the holders helps to protect them from damage that could possibly occur. With some of todays higher end rods costing more than $300, it’s comforting to know that your prized possessions are well taken care of.

If you know of an angler that just tosses their rods in the corner of the garage after each fishing trip, the KastKing Rack ‘em up Fishing Rod Holder is a piece of equipment that they can get years and years of use out of.

For more information about this product, visit the Eposeidon website at http://www.eposeidon.com

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