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Yep, sure can. Thank you. You have a great spot to store the rods and also a very nice fishing boat!
I've used the Moeller holders for decades. They used to be very common, but I had to look hard to find any for my current boat. One thing I like about them is they give you 2 options. You can push the holders apart and put the rod into the inner hole and it will not move when trailering. Then push ...
I have some from Moeller like the pic below, except mine has three holders. I added a bungee to make sure the rods say in. Screen Shot 2019-10-01 at 4.46.47 PM.png I like this style from Attwood because it has the velcro strap to hold the rods in. Screen Shot 2019-10-01 at 4.48.56 PM.png I agree wi...
Bought some 6 place rod holders and cut them in half. River and zip tie to the seat braces. Been good for 3 years so far. httpss://uploads.tapatalk-cdn.com/20191001/7a045dfa0bdf13ac4b901c4c23708a2b.jpg Sent from my CLT-L04 using Tapatalk Looks good. I wish I had that much free board to mount a set.
What have you all done for in boat rod storage/holders? I have a mostly open shallow semi v aluminum 12 ft and have a few ideas but would really like to see the ingenuity of what members here have come up with.
- 25 Sep 2019, 14:16
- Forum: Jon and V boat Conversions and Modifications
- Topic: 12ft Sunray shallow v
- Replies: 29
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Have you considered using underneath the two sides of the deck for storage? Looks like a good place to put extra gear or cargo netting or something. The front of the deck looks like it makes getting in a and out of the boat at shore very easy. Nice job.
Well I ended up building myself a fish club. I got two hiking poles for free at a garage sale, took the better of the two and cut it down to about 15". Then I ground down a bolt I had that had stripped threads so it just fit inside the tubing of the hiking stick. I painted the ground down bolt so it...