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How do you store your push pole?

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On the boat is obvious, but what about when the boat is stored in land? What is the best way to store the push pole?
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J hooks from the ceiling in the garage when at home, or against the wall when at the shop. I rotate during longer periods when not using. Sometimes after a bad trip I just throw it over the fence into the backyard out of spite and let it sit there for a week.
 

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Pipe along the shop wall. Nobody sees it. It's fully supported. Only a tiny bit is exposed for possible damage. I have a pipe in the trailer too so when going long distances you can slide it in from the front of the trailer before hooking up so it can't be stolen. If you rattle can the pipe gray or silver, it won't even be noticed.
 

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Pipe along the shop wall. Nobody sees it. It's fully supported. Only a tiny bit is exposed for possible damage. I have a pipe in the trailer too so when going long distances you can slide it in from the front of the trailer before hooking up so it can't be stolen. If you rattle can the pipe gray or silver, it won't even be noticed.
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When space is a premium in south florida you have to make any wall that can handle 24’ pushpoles work. Got shelf brackets that are decorative galvanized from amazon. Small step ladder to retrieve one and right out the front door you go. The one car garage can handle the skiff but not the pushpoles.
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I have mine hanging out of sight under the deck by my lift.
 

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He already has a step stool involved man
 
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