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Bass Pro Shops Bank Rod Holder - Spiral

   

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Get your rod up off the ground and into the prime hook setting position with our easy-to-use Bass Pro Shops® Bank Rod Holder. Its spiral shape ensures your fishing rod stays secure while you sit back and relax or tend to other fishing needs. Constructed from rugged 1/4'' steel with a powder-coated finish for years of dependable use. From tip to tip is 15".

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Great for shore fishing I purchased a few of these for the occasional times i catch catfish. These really work great for catfishing because you can set your bait and pop in the holder. I usually attach a bell to the rod and hang out till we hear it go off. September 22, 2012
Very happy This is the best rod holder that I have ever used. The spike is long and holds the system firmly in place once in the ground. I use this on mud banks and have not had an issue. The spring is also a larger diameter and can accommodate a large rod with ease. Very pleased with this product as it has not quit on me yet. If you are looking for a rod holder look no further this one is perfect. August 3, 2012
good product works great for keeping your poles up off the grown, and keeps you from loosing your pole when a big fish hits. April 20, 2012
Great for Catfishing! This a great for catfishing, I never leave home without it!!! So put the women and children to bed and go fishing boys!!!!! January 10, 2012
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Yes, depending on how far and secure it is in the ground, I'd say any fish over 3 LBS could pull this into the water if you don't secure it into the ground.
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Its spiral shape ensures your fishing rod stays secure. Under the Customer Reviews another customer caught a 10 lb. fish without any problem.
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I think it's around 1 1/2" inside or close too.
All of my straight handled rods will fit just fine, but not a pistol grip shape.
The rod holder section only covers about 4" of the handle so if the back of your rod handle is long this might not work.
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They fit standard fresh water cork handles well good clearance. appx 1 3/8"
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HOW MUCH OF THESE ROD HOLDERS IS THERE TO STICK IN THE GROUND, I DIDN'T SEE ANY MEASUREMENTS
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About 10-12"
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at least six to eight inches.
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There's about 5 or 6 in to stick down into the ground before you put the handle of you rod into it. Once it's in there, I don't think you have to worry about your pole getting away!
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theres about 8 inches that you can stick into the ground
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about 12 inches
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bout' a 1' and a half
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