Introducing Monster Rod Holders

Discussion in 'MONSTER ROD HOLDERS' started by Steve Douglas, Mar 22, 2009.

  1. Steve Douglas

    Steve Douglas Well-Known Member Supporting Member

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    Whether your fishing for fun or you are a serious trophy tournament fisherman, todays modern fishing techniques demands a more flexible approach in rod holder design. Here at the Monster we seen a need for stronger more versatile and user-friendly rod holder.


    Monster Rod holders are built Monster strong to handle the larger hard running fresh water fish, such as catfish and stripers. Designed by a competitive catfish tournament angler. The rod holders are made of 1/2 in. steel covered with a thick plastic coating to protect your rods and are constructed with a extra large rod butt rest for easy rod removal when the rod is loaded.



    Our design team has developed a new and unique rotating base, which enables the angler to rotate to adjust is just seconds and will lock into twelve different positions in a 360 degree radius. Constructed of high grade aluminum and steel for durability and strength.

    monster rod holders have a lifetime warranty agaist breakage. the deluxe base has a 1 year warranty with workmanship or against breakage under nomal conditions.


    Monster Deluxe base
    will also work for you guys that already have 1/2 threaded metal rod holders, just screw it in and tighten the wing nut , and now it just takes 1 second to adjust your rod holders to any of the 360* you desire!



    EACH MONSTER ROD HOLDER IS BUILT WITH LOVE!

    WE ARE THE ORIGINAL BLACK AND RED!
     

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  2. Dirtdobber

    Dirtdobber Guest Staff Member

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    Do you have mounts to fit on the square rail of a pontoon boat?
     

  3. kcgeoff

    kcgeoff New Member

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    Those are some nice looking rod holders!! :cool2:
     
  4. rockfordflathunter

    rockfordflathunter New Member

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    These things are great!!!Pitched my old ones gonna order a few more in a couple weeks!!!!!!!!!!!!!
     
  5. Camo Fish

    Camo Fish New Member

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    Guy's and Gal's you need to get out and get you some Monster's. They will hold up to any beast! Not only do you get the best quality and service, they are built and tested by serious catfisherman.
     
  6. Rcaarizona

    Rcaarizona New Member

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    nice
     
  7. cvbaitman

    cvbaitman New Member

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    GOOD LOOKING ROD HOLDERS
     
  8. lucescoflathead

    lucescoflathead New Member

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    How do I order a couple? Thanks Todd
     
  9. GrandpaGoneFishing

    GrandpaGoneFishing Well-Known Member

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  10. Jeremy Leach

    Jeremy Leach New Member

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    You can't go wrong here my friend....This will be a very good choice to make...
     
  11. country31780

    country31780 New Member

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    seen them they look nice need to get me 7 of them bad boys
     
  12. paul c

    paul c New Member

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    What is the dimensions of the base for the rod holder? I need to build my rack to hold 4 to 6 holders dont know what size tubing to use?
     
  13. Steve Douglas

    Steve Douglas Well-Known Member Supporting Member

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    the economy bases come in two sizes, 1.5 in. x 1.5 in. four point attatchment base and a 1in. x 2 in. two point attactchment base

    thanks

    steve
     
  14. countryboy79

    countryboy79 New Member

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    They are super tough !!!!!!! If you fish with heavy duty rods you better use monsters
     
  15. South Grand Laker

    South Grand Laker New Member

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    now what am i gonna do with my 12 driftmasters, haha, im gonna get some
     
  16. jeff18

    jeff18 New Member

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    I fish from the bank and would love a larger version for bank fishing.. Do you have any?
     
  17. southernQLM

    southernQLM New Member

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    I went out with him 2 weeks ago and he had THE MONSTERS on his boat. They were great, sturdy,tuff and I thought they were brand new but I don't think they were. My daughter caught a 50lb blue and the rod holder didn't budge. IMG_4844.JPG IMG_4846.JPG IMG_4851.JPG IMG_4857.JPG
     
  18. Teresa

    Teresa New Member

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    Do you have any that fit on the gunnel rail systems?
     
  19. gotta go

    gotta go New Member

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    Probably the same thing im going to do with mine. There is nothing wrong with driftmaster, i have used them for yrs. It and atwood is about al that is offered. When you get into fishn for the realy huge Blues and flatheads you need larger rod and they usually have the larger handles and you cant even get them in a driftmaster, Thats where the Monster Rod Holders come in. Also when you fishn for the larger cats straight down and hang into one you want a holder that wont bend. I know in a lot of lakes you dont have this problem but if you do you may want to consider the Monsters. I was fishn from a boat in 100ft of water and was fishn 50ft down. I hung into something bid and my drag was locked down tight, it pulled off line but not fast enough and my driftmaster rod holder bent down to the point i almost lost my rod. This has only happend once but still i had to get rid of some nice Tiger rods because they wouldnt work in my holders. If you going to fish in Big Fish waters get Big fish rod holders. Monsters must be the way to go because just about all the tournament fisherman have them on there boats