I used a store-bought rack and section of wall that wasn't being used. It's been really convinient and kept them safe from breakage so far.
2010 29' Jayco, Jay Flight 26BH First real camper
1960 Montgomery Ward popup with slide out galley.(Restored in 2010)
2004 Ford, F150 4x4 lariat 5.4L V8, 3.73 gears, pipes, FIPK, tuner.
Many many mods to the truck
These mounts can be bought at most large box stores or sporting goods for about $12. The link shows at + $18 but they are cheaper at your local store without the brand name. I took the horizontal holders and mounted them in my storage compartment but I rarely store them with the reels but it can be done. Also, the rods should be shorter than 8ft in length. I have also seen RV where this same mount is put inside the cabin on the ceiling, out of the way. The foam is quite sturdy and holds well, 0 damage/scratches to my non-cheap rods.
I can't find the picture or thread but I saw one in a thread somewhere that I thought was the best use of space and also safe keeping of rod holders yet.
It was smaller diameter PVC tubes, not the larger 4" or 6" ones that many use that are big enough for the reels to fit in also. Always thought those took up a lot of space.
These were like 1.5-2" inside diameter white PVC pipes. The guy had about 5 of them laying side by side about 4 inches apart and then mounted a 1"x2"x20" pc of wood across all five, on both ends, about 15" from the ends.
The rods slide into the PVC with the reels exposed but right up against the end of the pipe. He put all the reels on the same end so he could pull the entire thing out of the front storage and carry all his rods to the boat or lake. He had his where it was velcro-ed along the back wall of his front storage compartment but I think I would like to try to have it handing from the ceiling of the same area.
Cheap and easy and would protect the rods which are really the most likely to be damaged.
2011 Silverado Crewcab 4x4
2012 Passport 238ML
Hope your travels are safe and the friendships made camping are lasting.
I keep 8 in the TT.I lay them on the bunk beds.Once your thru fishing cut all hooks,weights,etc.off the line.Tie the line either too the first eye on the rod or some rods have a tie off about 6in above the reel base.Then I put a piece of tape around the two pieces of rods,if they break down.
2006 Dodge Quad-Cab 2500 CTD,4;10 gears,pulling a Forestriver Flaggstaff 831qbss