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For the price of those at tackle warehouse, why bother? They work great and I doubt that a DIY would be as cheap. That being said, 2" wide webbing and Velcro would be my best guess.

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12 minutes ago, fishingram24 said:

For the price of those at tackle warehouse, why bother? They work great and I doubt that a DIY would be as cheap. That being said, 2" wide webbing and Velcro would be my best guess.

 

Thanks, i will probably wait until someone i know makes an order over 50 to save on shipping.

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On ‎4‎/‎2‎/‎2017 at 7:46 AM, Quarry Man said:

I am looking for a way to make DIY rod straps. They will hold my rods down when traveling.http://www.tacklewarehouse.com/T-H_Marine_Rod_Tamer_Deck_Mount_Rod_Straps/descpage-THMRT.html

 

I have been using these for years. never had a problem. cheap, easy to install and replace if needed. never had a boat long enough to replace them.

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Any place that sells boating supplies and equipment will have them locally.

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A bag of small bungees at you local DIY big box store cost the same as one of those.

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I thought I got a good deal on the ones I bought off amazon.  Those are the same thing and a lot cheaper on TW. :(

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