Driftmaster® Pro or L'il Pro Rod Holders

   

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Li'l Pro Series

3/8" Threads

F. Troller Rod Holder

Pro Series

1/2" Threads

F. Troller Rod Holder

Pro Series

1/2" Threads

B. Pro Rod Holder

Pro Series

1/2" Threads

C. Flatliner Rod Holder

Pro Series

1/2" Threads

B. Pro Rod Holder - 8" Stem

Li'l Pro Series

3/8" Threads

B. Pro Rod Holder

Pro Series

1/2" Threads

A. Flatliner - Left Thread

Li'l Pro Series

3/8" Threads

C. Flatliner Rod Holder

Li'l Pro Series

3/8" Threads

D. Guide Rod Holder

Li'l Pro Series

3/8" Threads

E. Duo Rod Holder

Pro Series

1/2" Threads

E. Duo Rod Holder

Driftmaster's Pro and L'il Pro Rod Holders hold tighter the harder the fish pull! Fully adjustable and constructed of plated steel with a durable plastic coating to protect your rods, these reliable Driftmaster Pro and L’il Pro Rod Holders are designed to hold the rod at the optimal hook setting angle.

  • Constructed of plated steel with a durable plastic coating to protect rods
  • Stainless steel hardware included on bases
  • Left thread models use hex nuts

Bases sold separately and can be found through item number search at item number #38-528-364-00

Rated 4.8 out of 5 by 33 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Good Stuffs.. A little pricey in my opinion, but it does what it's meant to do. I have 8 of these around my boat and i've never had any problem with them. April 24, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Fits perfectly Used these on my pontoon boat for Crappie fishing. When your by yourself or helping the grand kids with there lines I have something holding my rods for me. Kind of nice to have something hold the rod up while I get a drink of water. April 13, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by GREAT ROD HOLDERS I HAVE 8 OF THESE ROD HOLDERS. I AM VERY SATISFIED WITH THEM. March 23, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great Rod Holders These are strong rod holders, perfect for catfishing for large cats. May 31, 2011
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I believe 30 degrees and 0 degrees. It works well for me using either rods or poles.
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TROLLER-STYLE HOLDER ?

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Is this a 45 degree angle?
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No, it is a 30 degree or 0 degree holder.
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No.

The 45 degree is the 400-H (pro #).

This is the 455H (pro #) with 20 or 50 degree angles.
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the holder works well and is adjustable to the angle you want.
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Yes, the troller model is a 45 degree angle holder.
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Is the troller style 45 degrees?
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It is the thickness of the stems (3/8" & 1/2")
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LIL PRO IS A 3/8" PRODUCT
PRO IS 1/2' PRODUCT
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Pro is a little thicker and meant for heavier duty use. I believe they recommend Pro for lines over 25lb.
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the lil pro is for smaller rods
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Li'l Pro Series:
Recomended For Line Weights Under 25 lbs.

Pro Series:
Recomended for line weights over 25 lbs.

Base Pro Series:
1/2" diameter threaded center hole offers maximum holding power
Use with any Pro Series rod holder
Will not accept Li'l Pro Series rod holders
Accepts Lantern Holder

Base Li'l Pro Series:
3/8" diameter threaded center hole
Same shape as Pro bases
Accepts any Li'l Pro Series rod holder
Will not accept Pro Series rod holders
Will not accept Lantern Holder
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yes they will hold both types of rods.
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Yes, I have used for both.
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Yes, I have the pro system and it holds either casting or spinning setups. I absolutely love the driftmaster setup.
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yes they will hold either one and do it very well i might add !
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one you are getting if all the pictures are the same regardless of which number is entered. please help me out with this problem
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This picture accurately reflects the ones I bought. However, there are 3/8" and 1/2" versions.
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look at the name and go to the bottom of the ordering page and select the number of that name you want to order.
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Sorry for the confusion. The site is formatted to display the main image on the page when a product is added to the shopping cart.
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Driftmaster rodholders, 1/2 inch srem
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Call Driftmaster and ask them. They have great customer service and may be willing to do a custom run.
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