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Bass Pro Shops Telescopic Push Pole or Push Pole Duck Feet

   

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6'-11'

Push Pole

  • $49.99

  • SKU: 520566

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Duck Feet

  • $15.99

  • SKU: 520567

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Bass Pro Shops® Push Pole: This 6' pole extends to 9' or 11' and is constructed of strong ribbed aluminum with stainless steel buttons for attaching accessories (sold separately).
Push Pole: Duck feet Use with telescopic pole. Hinged for easy withdrawal and automatic opening. Marsh Green finish on steel base.

  • Durable ribbed aluminum push pole with stainless steel buttons
  • Duck feet for use with telescopic pole boasts automatic opening
Bass Pro Shops® Telescopic Push Pole or Push Pole Duck Feet 4.3 5 10 10
better than wading Every sunny Sunday afternoon, I, with friends, boat up this little backwater off the river. After failing to get through a few tight spots with the trolling motor, I bought the duck foot. The duck foot pole gets us up there without having to get out and push. August 21, 2012
bad product I recently purchased the push pole. The first morning we had it in the duck boat, we got in some shallow water and decided to test the pole, and push out. Needless to say the first time i pushed off the pole immediately collapsed and then snapped in half. The pole was not under alot of pressure. I am very disappointed in the quality of this product. January 22, 2012
Duck bill We purchased the replacement duck foot for our pole. Our plastic one broke. We had to do a slight modification for it to lock into our pole but now it fits well. We like the fact that the duck foot is metal and will hold up if it has to push up against a rock. August 3, 2011
Duck feet push pole Product is sturdy, even when extended. The duck feet work well on a soft bottom. Great for a shallow bottom if you don't want to suck crud into your outboard's cooling system. Now lets see if it will hold up over time! July 26, 2011
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it is about a 1 1/2 diameter. You would have to whittle down the pole or put a metel reduction sleeve and screw the duck bill to the sleeve
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The outside diameter is 1.25".
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hook is plastic. Have been using it to hook buoys on crab pots. Pole is aluminum should last a while.
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Stainless steel button has broken on push pole, can a new button be purchased or do you have to buy a complete new push pole?
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Check with Dotline for parts by calling 800-279-4611.
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They come separately. They even ship separately!
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order them seperatly
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you have to order them seperate
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