Show off your rod holders

Discussion in 'Watercraft' started by Ed Call, Jan 16, 2010.

  1. gofish101

    gofish101 Member

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    This is my setup. The rod holders were $6.99 for the pair.
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    gofish, very nice rod holders.
     
  3. gofish101

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    Thanks, sometimes the simplest design works the best.(for me anyways) I thought about the scotties but when mounted the rods sit up high and interfere with rowing and in Canada they are $40.00 just for one rod holder no mount included!!! Tite-Lok has a model that works great as well in fact my brother went with them but they are a little pricey (40.00 for one) considering your only using the top part.
     
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    Great. Where did you get them? I'd like to get some for my 'toon.
     
  5. gofish101

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    I got them from Canadian Tire but have seen them from Cabelas as well. They are called Deluxe Clamp-On Rod Holder

    on the Cabelas website. I would have posted the link but wasn't sure if that was allowed. They get bad reviews because the clamp on piece is cheap... glad I didn't need that part.
     
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    The pvc are great but beware they need to be cleansed theye will get debris in them and scratch up rods over time.
    I jave a five stack on my 14 foot raft three full two half but larger diamater.
    They are great especially in serious rapids.
    I tries to uncover boat to take pics but wife said that was not on list.
    Will do when I get a chance.

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    All basically the same.....SCOTTY.