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Bass Pro Shops Poly Rod Strap Rod Holder

   

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14"

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  • SKU: 1858948

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The Bass Pro Shops® Poly Rod Strap is molded from a black polyurethane material that retains its elasticity and is unaffected by sunlight and most chemicals. Strap doesn’t lose its grip when wet, nor will it fade. Secures up to six rods. 14" long.

  • Molded from a black polyurethane material
  • Retains its elasticity
  • Is unaffected by sunlight and most chemicals
  • Doesn’t lose grip when wet
  • Will not fade
  • 14" long
  • Secures up to six rods
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Exactly what I needed I needed something to secure my rods when moving to other spots on the lake. So far they work perfectly. July 18, 2013
Great product I have had 4 boats in my time and all have had theses rod straps on them!!! Great product to keep Rods from falling out of the boat on water or trailering!!!!!!! Awesome...... July 16, 2013
Not What I Needed The strap has very very little stretch. I was replacing a strap that comes from inside boat. Original equipment. It had 4 inch stretch. This has a one inch stretch. Might work good for some. Just know this really isn't a stretchable product. November 18, 2014
Great Product I have 2 of these in my boat, 1 on each side of the deck, with this you don’t have to worry with putting your rods back in the box or one falling over the side of the boat when your running down the lake no matter how rough the water gets. I keep my rods under them at all times even when I'm not running down the lake, just knock one of your rods over the side and you will be wishing you had one of these November 7, 2012
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For the price you are better off replacing the strap instead of trying to repair it
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No glue is required. The ends supplied have a compression type fitting that captures the poly tube.
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No glue that I would Trust! I replace mine every 3 years, because of heavy use.
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Mine screw to the deck of the boat. If you don't want to screw I suppose you could epoxy it.
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No glue required, just twist off the collar and insert a cleanly cut end back into the part. Push it completely and twist if needed until the poly cord flushes against the back of the clasp, then twist the collar back down on to it.

If the poly has become brittle due to sun and age, buy a new one.
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Gorilla glue is a great option but if your going to spend money on glue I would just order another one I would keep this product out of direct sun and when not in use I would not store it while stretch
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