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Driftmaster® Pro and L'il Pro Rod Holder Bases

   

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Product Color Size
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Quantity Price & availability

Li'l Pro Series

3/8" Threads

H. Flush Mount Base

Pro Series

1/2" Threads

G. 1" Round Rail Base

Li'l Pro Series

3/8" Threads

G. 1" Round Rail Base

Pro Series

1/2" Threads

B. Flat Rail Base

Pro Series

1/2" Threads

F. 7/8" Round Rail Base

Li'l Pro Series

3/8" Threads

C. V-Round Rail Base

Pro Series

1/2" Threads

E. Star Base

Li'l Pro Series

3/8" Threads

F. 7/8" Round Rail Base

Pro Series

1/2" Threads

D. 1-1/4" Square Rail Base

Li'l Pro Series

3/8" Threads

E. Star Base

Li'l Pro Series

3/8" Threads

B. Flat Rail Base

Pro Series

1/2" Threads

E. Star Base - Left Thread

Pro Series

1/2" Threads

A. 1-7/8" Clamp Mount Base

Li'l Pro Series

3/8" Threads

A. 1-7/8" Clamp Mount Base

  • Constructed of plated steel with a durable plastic coating to protect rods
  • Bases are aluminum
  • Stainless steel hardware included on bases
  • Left thread model is for trolling off the port side of your boat
  • Left-thread bases use hex nuts

Holders sold separately and can be found through item number search at item number 38-528-388-00

Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 17 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Can't beat it.. I've hooked some real hum-dingers on these things and they haven't budged (stripers/flathead). I was a bit worried to use these at first because i've heard of some bad experiences with screws backing out and leaving holes in the boat. I called Tracker Service (I have a 2011 Tracker Pro Team 175TF), and they recommended I use these. They come with the screws so you know your using the right stuff and it is what they use when you pay them to outfit your boat. I did not pre-drill mine (I wanted it to grab onto as much as it could) and because of that I did strip the head of a few screws. I just dremmelled the screw head and turned it into a flat head and backed it out. I was able to pick up replacements locally. I honestly can't say enough about these things. I was very scared to drill into my boat but I'm glad i finally manned up and took the plunge. I don't foresee these things going anywhere anytime soon. Heck, i've hit the dock a few times with a rodholder in one of these and the boat just bounced off. Highly recommend! Oh, and Bass Pro is the only place i've been that actually includes the screws - Just FYI. April 24, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by round base for rod holder Yes I have used the ite and have ordered 2 more of them . April 13, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by Sturdy and solid This makes for a very stable base to add my lantern holders to. I have mine mounted on the rails of a pontoon boat and they work great. They are not obtrusive and do what they were made for. Highly recommend. July 20, 2011
Rated 4 out of 5 by Great base. Great base for rod holders. I makes it so you dont have to drill holes all over your boat and get to find the better locations on boat to have a rod holder. Mounted on 1 1/4 square tubing. Only beef I have is the nuts included are the wrong size which didnt bother me too much because I was going to put a lock washer and lock nut on there anyhow. If you get the wrong size nut, you need a 10-24 thread nut. can get at any hardware store. July 12, 2010
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by the way it threads on a mount
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Don't know...most driftmasters are either 3/8" or 1/2" right hand threads, depending on rod holder
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I have a panfish and mounted on the inside on the tops of the frame where the rod compartments are located
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Do you have a round or square rail?

D SQUARE RAIL CLAMP
G 1" ROUND RAIL CLAMP
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