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Sale Bass Pro Shops PVC Coated Rod Holders

   

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Black

3-1/4" clamp

A - Heavy Duty

  • Sale price: $11.24

  • Reg. price: $14.99

  • SKU: 1015466

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Black

2-5/8" Clamp

B - Deluxe

  • Sale price: $5.47

  • Reg. price: $7.29

  • SKU: 262537

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Black

1-5/8" Clamp

D - Standard

  • Sale price: $3.59

  • Reg. price: $4.79

  • SKU: 262538

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Black

2-1/4" Clamp

C - Clamp On

  • Sale price: $6.37

  • Reg. price: $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 50 50
Junk Ok, a few weeks ago my buddy and I were at Bass Pro Shops in Portage, IN. He went ahead and bought this cheap rod holder for my Tracker Topper 14. So, I took it apart and rearranged it for the side of my jon boat, and I finally got it to stay on the side after bending the metal and using pliers to make it stay tight. That one works great. So, I decided to spend the paltry $4.19 online at Bass Pro Shops because I was ordering other items so I could use one. I got the same one, but I just couldn't get it to work. The screw was made just so cheap it just stripped out. I couldn't get it to grab tightly to the side of the aluminum boat. After messing with it for 30 minutes, using a bench vise to bend it and multiple pliers, I just tossed it into the recycling bin. I guess you get what you pay for. At least we have one rod holder in the boat that works. July 13, 2012
bad clamp very bad product. spend the money and buy tite lok holders. May 21, 2012
Not worth the price I returned this item due to it not fitting well on the side of my Jon boat. I then ordered the lower priced non coated unit at 1/2 the price of the PVC coated rod holder. Even then I had to rework the thumb screw and the long hold down clamp washer to improve the holding power of the unit. Buy a higher priced, better made unit. Even in the days, "Sometime you get what you pay for". . May 2, 2012
Rod Holder Excellent clamp base rod holder.... Used it to hold rod from wooden dock railings. Holder is thickly coated and uses a rubber gasket to hold the rod attachment from sliding. April 26, 2012
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Yes! Item is thickly coated.
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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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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
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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...
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Bass Pro Shops Pvc Coated rod holders the d ones.
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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.
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