Ask as I've got the double mag kind (also from Red Shed) and they're the 'cat's meow.' The hood/roof line of my Jeep Liberty provides a very low 'angle of attack' for the wind moving over the hood. Rods track like a tiger with almost zero 'tip wiggle' even at 70MPH. That said, it's the wind off of 'simi-sized' trucks that you want to watch.Dornblaser said:We have a pair of magnetic holders from Poppy at the Red Shed and they work wonderfully. We use them on our Honda Element. We expect to use them for everyting from short, spring creek rods (yes, even cane rods) to spey rods. I have no hesitation driving at highway speeds with them or down dirt and gravel trails. Great stuff. Very highly recommended, I can't see not having them once we tried them.
P.S. - And, no, they have not scratched the paint.
SSPey said:I agree about the convenience of the Yakima ski rack for frequent in/out, and it accomodates up to 8 rods easily, handy for multiple anglers carrying multiple rods. One other advantage, I fish some rivers by access via logging roads. The Yakima rack keeps the roads in a horizontal profile 6" above the truck which makes it easy to gauge potential threats from overhanging branches