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Bass Pro Shops PVC Coated Rod Holders

   

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3-1/4" clamp

A - Heavy Duty

  • $14.99

  • SKU: 1015466

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Black

2-5/8" Clamp

B - Deluxe

  • $7.29

  • SKU: 262537

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Black

1-5/8" Clamp

D - Standard

  • $4.79

  • SKU: 262538

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Black

2-1/4" Clamp

C - Clamp On

  • $8.49

  • SKU: 848403

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The simple design allows you to quickly attach these Bass Pro Shops® PVC Coated Rod Holders to your boat or dock making it easier to fish with multiple rods. Constructed from PVC-coated die-cast aluminum, these portable rod holders are corrosion resistant and fully adjustable. The standard size rod holder fits up to 1-5/8’’ diameter rods, the deluxe mounts up to 2-5/8’’ diameter rods and the clamp on fits up to 2-1/4'' and 3-1/4'' diameter rods.

  • Die-cast aluminum
  • Corrosion resistant
  • Adjustable
Bass Pro Shops PVC Coated Rod Holders 3 5 67 67
YES I wanted to build some T bar rod holders for crappie fishing. These worked perfectly. I threw away the clamp and hardware. I used SS bolts nuts and washers for my project. OH YES they turned out great ! April 21, 2010
Rod Holder Very poor construction. The clamp is so flimsy that it bent the first time I tried to tighten it. Unfortunately I bought 4 of them and it costed me a fishing rod and reel that fell into the river when the rod holder came off my boat's gunnel. I put the other 3 in the trash. November 9, 2006
Terrible The price of this item reflects what to expect, but it can't even be trusted to hold your pole or stay attached to the boat. I know this item is very inexpensive, but again it should at least work. I be leave myself and all other customers would be better off never seeing this item. Sorry but this was a complete wast of money that I could have spent on something useful. July 14, 2013
Item B Sturdy construction. Will not clamp tight to all surfaces like smooth plastic. It works on the plastic sides of my Pond Prowler. Works batter on wood and metal. Vibrations will cause clmp to loosen. It'll be nice if the clamps were a little deeper....more distance from screw to top of clamp. August 18, 2009
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I have a buddy that takes me fishing several times a month. I purchased these rod holders and gave some to him to mount on his pontoon boat. He changed the mount that the rod holder comes with to one that is designed for square tubing and they work great.
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Yes! Item is thickly coated.
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not this one, its junk
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Yes, get the smaller unit.
2 years, 8 months ago
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will it work on a canoe?

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Yes, but get the smaller rod holder.
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Yes,

Be sure and use a metal or wood block to keep from damaging the canoe material.
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yes will work well
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yes---it mounts like a "c" clamp
3 years, 10 months ago
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No. would not work on jon boat either.
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only if your canoe has square edges approx. 1 inch thick
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yes but only with a 2x2 spacer.
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Probably would work better on a canoe, yes...
4 years, 8 months ago
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Bass Pro Shops Pvc Coated rod holders the d ones.
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My son owns a Jon boat, and I purchased 6 of these for him. He took the mount off that comes with the holder and uses a strong clamp he purchased from the hardware store he mounted to the rod holder. He hooked a 6 lb. bass while the rod was in one of these holders clamped to the side of his boat. The rod holder did not budge a bit. The secret to this is the clamp has to have a strong spring and be extremely hard to open.
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No try another kind
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Yes,

Thats what I am using it on. Like the coated PVC.
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No, it WILL NOT work on a jon boat.
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yes mounts easy like a "c" clamp would
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It clamps better in the back but not on the side where the surface isn't flat.
Even in the back it wasn't sturdy enough.
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No. would not work on mine. very sorry I purchased it.
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If you plan on using this for trolling, I would look for a t-lock instead.
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Probably - not sure - I believe it is the power of the motor that loosens up the screwing on mechanisms - I am going to mount the next ones to the side of the boat as we like to troll for Lakers and Salmon and these just come loose to fast.
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They will work on a jon boat , and you don't have to drill holes. And you can move them around your boat with easily until you find "just the spot" they seem to work the best.
Hope this helps ya out.
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