rod holders

Discussion in 'LOCAL OHIO TALK' started by hawgmaster, Oct 2, 2009.

  1. hawgmaster

    hawgmaster New Member

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    im looking to buys some good bank rod holders and all i can find are these cheap flimsy sticks. the ones i am looking ofr are the kind that will hold your pole off the ground any help in locating some decent holders would be welcome. thanks all for looking and always tight lines!!
     
  2. Netmanjack

    Netmanjack New Member

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  3. brother hilljack

    brother hilljack New Member

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    I don't know of any that specialize on ground holders, but I have seen several rod holder brackets that can be staked into the ground and rod holders attached. Check the library.

    I would like to recommend some Monster Rod Holders. You are not going to find a better made/more durable holder anywhere. I know bank fishing can be hard on equipment so you are going to want the best.:wink:
     
  4. Garrett Cope

    Garrett Cope New Member

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    I highly recommend the heavy Spiral holders. You can get them in downtown Columbus at R & R Bait for $ 6.49. I've seen them cheaper but not anywhere in in town that i know of.
     
  5. neocats

    neocats New Member

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    These are what I use.
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  6. doughboy

    doughboy New Member

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    I just bought a 10 foot section of 2 inch PVC pipe and then cut into 2 foot sections. Its pretty easy to drive into the ground or just pile up rocks around them,and it wiil hold your rods up and withstand alot of pull.
     

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  7. Joey6500

    Joey6500 New Member

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    I use a 2 ft peice of 1.5 or 1'75 in pvc,one end cut at an angle.
    I have no problems whatsoever
     
  8. katfish ken

    katfish ken New Member

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    Chris: Welcome to the BOC. You can find so very inventive ideas in the members library. I like a rebar/PVC combination for bank fishing. You can use pipe clamp or duct tape to hold them together. They can stand up to some pretty tough stuff and don't break the bank.
     
  9. Salmonid

    Salmonid New Member

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    I use the ones from www...................com and really like them, just need a bank not made up of rebar, concrete and big rocks....:wink:

    Salmonid
     
  10. hawgmaster

    hawgmaster New Member

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    it wont let me veiw the library....keep getting this

    hawgmaster, you do not have permission to access this page. This could be due to one of several reasons:
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    if #2 then how do i OPT-IN??
     
  11. rockbass

    rockbass New Member

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    I use the same ones as Neocats, only mine are all one piece. Also some similar homemade ones
     
  12. bullfish

    bullfish Member

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    bass pro got agood one for around 15
     
  13. jerryb

    jerryb New Member

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    I use the heavy duty spiral ones that Garrett was talkin' about, I get 'em for about 3.50... good thing, too, cuz I' usually leaving one at the bank every trip...

    Heck, follow me around and (1) you can build up a collection of rod holders and (2) you can find out where the fish definitely AIN'T!