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Discussion in 'Fishing Rod Holder Review' started by Catfish_Commando, Jun 2, 2006.
Little over the top, but fixes many issues with movement.
Bobpaul said I would put an eye out playing! oooh:
Now all they need to do is include the $20 in hardware and stainless steel tensioners, and we are set :embarassed:
Nice looking Rod Holders there boss. Little brother just made us some bank holders in welding. Gonna post pics here in a few. Going to put that rubber coating on them before I use em, but they will get the job done for sure!!
You know you got that hardware from the supply Sgt. LOL! Wild solution!
Looks like it will work fine to me good idea.
That is what I use on mine. Turnbuckle on each side. but I only had to use a S hook from a tarp strap on mine.
Nessessity(SP) Is the mother of invention, LOL!!! Looks like you got it all figured out Paul. That is using your proverbial Noodle, LMAO!!!
We do rule . they just don''t know it yet.lol Aren't those uncomfortable to sit on?
They look like they will handle a big fish. I am going to have to try this on my boat.
Paul, I'm disappointed. The redneck way always includes 2x4's and 16 penny nails.
Nice Job Boss!
I hope this isn't a stupid question, but is this the Tite-Loc set up? I haven't seen one except in the Cabela's catalog but have been thinking of getting one. What does the Tite-Loc set up come with to prevent it from swinging?
I don't even see any baleing wire :tounge_out:
Looks like it should be sturdy now. I have looked at them for a friends boat set up, will the holders handle a large rod butt? They look too small?
Red Green would of just used duct tape, lol. :big_smile:
paul . i have been looking at this set up and thinking i might try this , how do you like it?. yes it seems like alot of money but if it works i will try it . i like the idea of not drilling any holes. but in the pics, it looks like they would stand to stright up for still fishing , any thoughts , thanks