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Attwood Rod Holder

   

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The Attwood® Rod Holder is 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.

Attwood Rod Holder 4.5 5 31 31
Not bad. I bought this rod holder to mount onto my kayak to go fishing and it works well so far. The complaints i have with it is that it came with NO bolts to mount it and the rod isnt held very snug inside it. The local hardware store had what i needed nuts, bolts, and washers wise, but other than that, it works good. Its bigger than the picture makes it seem but very light weight. Easy to diassemble for transportation. Mount only sits up 2" or so off the deck (see pictures). Would recommend to any person looking to mount a rod in front of themself while in a kayak. March 28, 2011
none better I bought this to replace an old rod holder. It's perfect for multi-use applications. Tough enough to troll for muskies and perfectly fine for holding my crappie ultra-light while I'm sipping a cold one. Easy to mount in the base. Like the capability to position it at any angle I prefer. Great for the price, too. September 28, 2011
good rod holder I have used these rod holders for several years now with no problems at all. A must have for a catfish boat. December 3, 2010
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
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turning 90 degrees

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will the rod holder adjust 90 degrees inside the mount and lock in there?

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Yes the rod holders adjust 180 degrees up and down and 360 degrees around, and it will lock at 90 degrees.
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This rod holder is constructed out of plastic so it most likely wouldn't be able to handle a fish of that size. Per manufacturer, they recommend some type of stainless steel rod holder. Thanks!
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yes, as long as you set the drag properly. The key to catching big fish is all about the drag.
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No, the rod holders and mounts are brand specific. Attwood with Attwood, Scotty with Scotty.
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yes, but it has to be mounted in such a mannor that the butt of the rod dose not hit anything
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you can depending on where you mount it. if you mount it in a way that allows the fishing rod to stay vertical yes
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This adjusts vertically 180 degrees. More information on the adjustments can be found on Attwood's website http://www.attwoodmarine.com/store/product/attwood-rod-holders
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yes there are star shaped splines that prevent it from spinning
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It does lock I used 2 for salmon fishing and I lock them at angles to troll for salmon.
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Yes, the one I have dose.
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These rod holds to have locking mechanism.
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aprox 9''
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The size of the rod holder is 9.37X 8.1 x 2.75.
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no but they make ones for that. call bass pro.
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it can hold the rod but the fly reel is to big for this mount.
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Hi, per the manufacturer web site this rod holder is listed to fit with casting rods and spinning rods only. Thank you

http://www.attwoodmarine.com/store/product/attwood-rod-holders
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yes it does
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This rod holder includes a deck/side mount base.
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it is aprox 2'' x 3''
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approx. one half inch by one inch
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Are there additional mounting plates for Kayak mounting with quick release? Also any suggestiosn on mounting?
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I mounted it on the solid middle part of kayak right around in between my legs right around knee length. I used the existing bracket, I put the screws and also used an plastic industrial glue.
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Some times on sit on top kayaks there is a console where the kayak maker intended for a rod holder to be mounted. This space often does not match the size of the flush mount base provided with the rod holder you purchased. Atwood makes a flush mount base with a cover that will fit on most sit on top kayak consoles the BPS stock # is 703755 and BPS makes a flush mount stock # 1431657 that would work as well. Both of these mounts will hold, lock, and release any rod holder shaft sold anywhere. I like the Atwood because of the cover that keeps water out of the hole you have to drill in your console. Measure your console space and take a tape with you when you shop to insure proper fit. That is how I did it and I am happy with my modifications.
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