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Bass Pro Shops Bank Rod Holder - Cradle

   

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Get your rod up off the ground and into the fishing position with a Bass Pro Shops® Rod Holder. Constructed from a durable, 1/4'' steel rod with a quality powder-coated finish to ensure years of dependable use, this Rod Holder's cradle design enables quick and easy rod removal and won't inhibit your ability to firmly set the hook.  

Bass Pro Shops® Bank Rod Holder - Cradle 3.7 5 15 15
Rod holder I like this rod holder a lot. It holds my rod even when a fish is pulling on it. April 29, 2012
Nice Great for lake fishing with live bait does swing side to side a little if not balanced right. July 29, 2011
Works...but could be a little bigger Holds rods without a problem, but the cradle is too small for my Ugly Stik handle. It will fit if I put it in the cradle just right, but would be better if the cradle were slightly bigger July 15, 2011
Just OK These are ok for kids and small rods only. They do swivel if not put in so deep the foot piece is partially in the ground. But for the money they are OK. I now make my own just like these but out of 3/8 rod and weld a blade on the shaft to keep from spinning. March 5, 2011
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Yes. As long as it not's too big
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i was going to use this for light in shore fishing in fort myers florida. i was wondering if that would be alright. the fish i am catching are less than 11 lbs.
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It should be fine. I have several 9" lures in 1 box.
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This should be ample for that size of fish. Just be sure to have the rod holder anchored securely into the ground when fishing.
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