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Down East Rod Holder - Standard with Single Clamp Mount

   

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Down East's Model D10 Rod Holder is equipped with a single clamp mount which allows mounting and remounting in a variety of positions and places. Designed for light to moderate fishing for species up to 25 lbs with up to 30 lb line, this quality, all-metal rod holder will hold rods measuring up to 1-1/8'' diameter including fly rods.

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Top Notch Rod Holder I purchased and have fished with two of these rod holders. I have a 13 ft Smokercraft and put them on the rail. I did have to put a wood block so that it would clamp to the rail. Not falut of product. I did put a little oil so that the parts moved better. But I sure like them and they work great. I even have bought the thrid one so that I can use one on the stern of my boat when I have two others on board. Sparks June 30, 2008
never need another rod holder! I've had these holders for 25 years, and when I bought another boat I needed to add them to it. They don't break, rust, or malfunction, and the rod comes out with little effort. I like them because I can pull the rod out without standing up or lifting forward to disengage the rod. adjusts to any angle or direction easily. I use both bolt on and clamp on, and am very happy with all models! April 22, 2013
Nice hardware All metal construction, easy to use clamp, great adjustments and functions better than I expected. The rod is held secure until you lift it straight up, then the holder easily releases. This is great for lazy fishing with that 2nd pole while I cast with the other one. I did think it was a bit spendy, but am 100% satisfied and would recommend this item to others. September 13, 2012
My favorite rod holder I have owned six boats in my lifetime and have had these rod holders on all of them. My father used them on his boat before me fishing Sebago lake in Maine for salmon and if it was good enough for him, its good enough for me. What I especially like about them is you can adjust the angle for your rods.Much sturdier than some plastic holders out there. April 2, 2012
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yes, you can rotate it and tilt it.
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Yes, and you can tilt the position of the rod up and down as well.
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Yes it can be rotated. There are splines on the part you lift up that fit into grooves on the base. It will not rotate unless it is lifted up.
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Depending on the model and the placement in or on the boat...YES.
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Is any lubrication needed? I have several of these for a long time. They are getting a little difficult to pull up. I guess I need a block and to clean them
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I agree, after time the do get more difficult (and noisy) pulling up to release the rod. Try a little wet sandpaper and smooth the oxidization from the friction areas
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There is no lubrication needed. For the two years that I've used them I've had no problems!
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Yes there should be no prolem with this product fitting your 03 Tracker.
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Yes--I just put two on my second tracker.Had four on my first and probably will put two more on this one.
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2 inches and 1".
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The c-clamp will closes from 2" to 1/2" but for smaller surfaces use a block to shim.
The distance from the clamp screw to the inside of clamp is 3/4".
Hope this is helpful. Steve @ Down-East
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Does this model have a system in place to lock the rod in place?
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Yes, once the rod is in place the holder slides down to a locked position--very simple.
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It is a gravity lock if you want to call it that. The weight of the rod and holder keeps the rod safe and secure while in the holder.
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The rod holder utilizes a clamp mechanism around your handle that closes when you put it in the base. The rod will not come out unless you have it pointed down (wouldn't make sense) or you lift the rod straight up.
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As I use the the Model D 11, as the holder collapes around the rod, it automatically locks the rod in both the veritical angle (up) and the angle relative to the boat direction.
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Yes. Once you push the jaws that hold your rod down, they automatically lock. Some larger saltwater rods may not fit however.
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