T-Bar Racks

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  1. ramon06

    ramon06 Well-Known Member

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    Ran across this bar on Facebook a couple weeks ago. I like how they're height adjustable and can be mounted pretty much anywhere. They seem very convenient, well made and reasonably priced. Has anyone tried them personally? Link attached as well

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    You can even mount them upfront for some slab crappie fishing FB_IMG_1589551270151.jpeg
     
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    They do look cool. Whats the price on one?
     
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    They also have mini Tbars for Your graph/fish finder or bait boards I'm actually considering getting one for my fish finder and bait board for the polar Kraft. Right now mines is mounted to my cooler I plan on moving my 997c si to the polar Kraft and going with a 10" or 12" Bird on my Deckboat when I return from Germany. Going by the pic, I shouldn't need one for the fishfinder on the Polar Kraft but will definitely need it to mount a bigger fishfinder on the deckboat. FB_IMG_1589551336886.jpeg FB_IMG_1589551370163.jpeg FB_IMG_1589551378631.jpeg FB_IMG_1589551380613.jpeg FB_IMG_1589551386238.jpeg 20190923_081656.jpeg 20190528_105513.jpeg 20200511_174204.jpeg IMG_0408.jpeg
     
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    Interesting. Catfish Dave needs to get a better rod rack. When he gets a bite, the whole rack goes all over the place.

    But then he also need to get more comfortable working in a boat. When he brings a fish in, he would be so much better if after netting him, hitting the button and let some slack line out. That will prevent dragging your rod all over the boat and taking a chance on breaking the tip.

    Also, don't hold the net with a fish in it like it is a spoon. Holding level puts way too much strain on the hoop. Point the handle to the sky and pick it up that way. No stress on the hoop.

    Not raging on Catfish Dave. He is a hoot.
     
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    I was actually gonna tag him in these when I first saw them Thomas. Cause I said the same thing, his rods are all over the place. A second rack would allow for a better spread on his boat. And he definitely needs to let some line out when landing. He got into it on his Facebook page with a couple guys who mentioned that lol and a lot of people who bank fish don't seem to know when using the net on the boat you need to lift the net vertically so you don't break your handle or strain your wrist lol the spoon action has to go lol
     
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    Kyle they are $150 each bare aluminum and $175 each powder coated.
    Graph mounts $75 bare and $100 powder coated.

     
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    Not yet they are on my list. I would have gotten a set by now but I need the measurements of my old ones to get the proper height of the new ones. No access to boat at moment
     
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    I think I can make my own. I saw a guy on YouTube who did it. His channel is called FishNStuff. He's got all kinds of DIY stuff on that channel if you're so inclined.
     
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    Yeah im subscribed to his channel. Would love to be a buddy of his lol