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Offshore Angler PVC Sand Spikes


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The Offshore Angler™ PVC Sand Spikes are made from durable PVC material to withstand the toughest punishment from the elements.

  • Made of durable PCV construction
  • Built to withstand the elements
  • Color: White
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Very Good Basic Rod Holder I bought a pair of the long holders about a year ago and they are great. I use them for surf fishing with a 12 foot pole and they hold in the ground very well if you drive them in deep enough. I think I should have bought the smaller model though because the 36" are overkill for anything you will catch from the beach. September 2, 2010
Cheap made After useing this product, the main issue that i had was that they were to thin. The ends of the spikes would bend, curl up, after putting them into the sand. I even had one to bust. i found some much cheeper, and better made elswere. August 17, 2011
Not worth it I have broken 2 of these after 3 uses. I have now gone to the metal spike style holders. Nice try but needs to be thicker PVC. September 13, 2011
A must for the beach! Best use of PVC I've ever seen...a good investment in keeping tackle sand-free. October 25, 2010
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you have too many variables in your question, it needs to be long enough not to be pulled from it's implanted position in the sand. This will be determined if dry sand or compacted wet sand. from experience four feet long will suffice. plant the tube and set your rod in it, set your drag and pull until the line comes from the reel without pulling the tube over...should do the trick!
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