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Looks like I'm in good company..... Now my paddle is always leashed to the yak unless I am washing it.....

I always wondered about rods stowed in a tube on a trailer. Trailers tend to bounce around a lot and if rods are inside the tube without anything to cushion them, I'd be concerned about damaging the rods. A lot of people use them so I guess it's not an issue....

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45 minutes ago, Crow Horse said:

Looks like I'm in good company..... Now my paddle is always leashed to the yak unless I am washing it.....

I always wondered about rods stowed in a tube on a trailer. Trailers tend to bounce around a lot and if rods are inside the tube without anything to cushion them, I'd be concerned about damaging the rods. A lot of people use them so I guess it's not an issue....

That's why im not really using mine, I'm often fishing remote places on dirt/gravel road

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I also use rod socks reel covers. I usually bring 3-4 rods in the yak. I will remove the rod socks at the ramp but leave the reel covers on till I use that setup. A couple of rod wraps keeps everything together on the way to the lake.

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I'm surprised that no people seems to use the ceiling rack in their SUV/wagon... This is really working well :)

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