At The Dyrt, we share camping tips from our community of campers and campgrounds. With so many campers staying home, we continue to share this info so you can plan future camping trips across the U.S.

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IF6 Dual Hold Type Interior Fly Rod Holder from Inno Racks

Casting a line from the perfect campground near water is its own special kind of peace. Inno Racks gets that, and that’s why they developed an interior fly rod holder to help you transport your fishing gear to the campground. If you don’t have a pickup truck, it can be really frustrating to figure out how to get your rods ‘n’ reels into the car without bending the poles too much, snagging your upholstery, or stinking up the interior with wet tackle.





The Inno interior fly rod holder makes the most of your car’s ceiling space, which means you don’t have to flatten your seats to get all your gear in place. They have several different models of fishing racks, too — not only for fly rods, but also models that work for one piece rods, two piece rods, bass and trout rods, ocean rods, and more. Each rack can hold multiple rods, and they have several styles for vehicles with differing amounts of interior space. So whether you’re driving a big SUV or a sporty low rider, you can choose a rack to fit your car and your gear.

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    Meghan O'Dea

    Meghan O'Dea is a writer, world traveler, and life-long learner who grew up in the foothills of Appalachia. College led to summer stints in England and Slovenia, grad school to a sojourn Hong Kong, and curiosity to everywhere in between. She has written for the Washington Post, Fortune Magazine, Yoga Journal, Eater Magazine, and Uproxx amongst others. Meghan hopes to visit all seven continents with pen and paper in tow.