Bass Pro Shops® Telescopic Push Pole or Push Pole Duck Feet

   

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6'-11'

Push Pole

Duck Feet

  • Durable ribbed aluminum push pole with stainless steel buttons
  • Duck feet for use with telescopic pole boasts automatic opening
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.
Rated 4.2 out of 5 by 14 reviewers.
Rated 2 out of 5 by Disappointed I purchased one of these push poles with the duck feet in 2010. Given that the pole is made of aluminum I assumed it would last for many years because I am faithful in my cleaning and maintenance. After the first season in saltwater I realized the duck feet are not aluminum. Just thin, painted steel. Eventually all the paint flacked off and the rust began to stain my boat deck and eventually just rusted to nothing. I really liked the extendable pole because I could store it easily and only extend it as much as I needed. However, the octagonal tubing is subject to bending if you put too much pressure on them (ie. pushing off a light grounding). Once bent the pole is hard to collapse again. And eventually the spring loaded stops lose their tension and dislodge and drop out. I now have three lenght of aluminum tubing and no way to use them. August 7, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Insurance for a shallow lake Puts my mind at ease to know that, on our shallow lake with fluctuating water levels and muck bottom (Okeechobee), if I happen to run aground, I can get off without getting in the water. Suggest getting the duck foot with it. It's a bit hard to open, but plenty long enough when extended. Pretty easy to store when closed up. Now that I have it, I don't go out without it. August 6, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by did the job in the shallows. the did not know we w I bought the push pole to go where my electric motor could not. I pushed my Z -8 Nitro (With 3 fishermen on board) with ease in a foot of water with weeds. The bass did not know we were there until hooked. Very pleased. April 9, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Duck Foot This is a replacement duck foot for the octagonal push pole. Works great and Bass Pro had the best price. January 8, 2013
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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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