Attwood® Rod Holder
The holder anglers have counted on for years, now with a sleek ergonomic design and easy-access rapid release latch mechanism. Oversized locknut offers quick 180° vertical angle adjustment. For casting or spinning gear; includes Bi-Axis mount.
Manufacturer model #: 5009-4.
Rated 4.8 out of 5 by 24 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by in2fishin Attwood Rod holder Great product. Have used them on 2 boats and never an issue. They look good are functional and can be used with almost any rod and reel. April 9, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Buckstar Nicely made I have had Atwood rod holders in the past. Still had two when I bought these. However they were about 10 years old. The difference I could see immediately between the older model and the newer version is smoothness of action. The collar lock on the older model from day one was always a little stiff and clunky while these newer ones slide very easily and smoothly. The wonders of "space-age" plastics. Atwood didn't change the mounting base shaft lock pattern from the old days, so the new one fits the older bases I have in the boat. I can't speak to the durability of the new material yet, but if it lasts like the older stuff, I'm a happy man... December 15, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by fishingJP Superior Rod holder Several years ago I purchased a Berkley brand rod holder to mount in my kayak it was a waste of money and I finally gave up and purchased this Atwood a few months ago. The Atwood product is far superior to my old Berkley. One reason I bought the Atwood was for the high quality mounting base but I got it home and went to mount it on the console of the kayak and it was too big as luck would have it the old Berkley mount fit the Atwood rod holder perfectly. The Atwood rod holder performs perfectly it hold bot bait casters and spinning rigs with no problems at all. Installing and removing rods is no longer a problem. October 27, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by ChiefDaveD Good Buy Easy to install. Hold large and small rods. Heavy thick plastic, not something that will break easily. Fully adjustable, swivles left and right and pivots up and down. October 24, 2012
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A:I just install 5 of them on my new pontoon boat
A:Would work fine on a pontoon but yes you would need another mounting part for aluminum rails. These were made to mount on top or side of fiberglass hull.
A:yes, just stainless steel sheet metal screws
A:Mount this anywhere a self tapping screw will hold without causing a leak. Some double sided rubber adhesive tape between the holder and the aluminum would be good. None is needed if mounting to a carpeted wood deck.
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