Note: Please print design template at 100% for accurate sizing. Slight scaling may still occur. Therefore it is recommended that all template dimensions are measured for accuracy before using. This should not to be used as a drilling template unless dimensions are checked.
This project is 13" tall and will not fit on one piece of paper. There is one template that includes the top half of both the left and right sides of the rod holder and one template that includes the bottom half of both the left and right sides. Tape both drawings together by lining them up with the dotted lines and then cut out both the templates as a complete unit before transferring them to the Marine Lumber. You can make the top and bottom holes closer or further apart by overlapping the top and bottom templates or placing them further apart before tracing them to the Marine Lumber. The back plate size is variable since you may decide to place the top and bottom rod holder templates either closer or further apart depending on the size of the rod and reels you are going to store in them. The back plates are made by drawing a rectangle 1-1/2" wide by 2" longer than the overall length of the rod holders. If you used the templates as is, the back plates should be 15" long. Two completed back plates should be cut out, one for the left rod holder and one for the right rod holder.