Offshore Angler™ Stainless Steel Rod Holders

   

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Stainless Steel

15 Degree

Stainless Steel

30 Degree

  • Watertight cap
  • Stainless steel construction
  • Full-length, protective rubber liner
These rod holders have a watertight cap and feature a 316 stainless steel construction for years of use in harsh saltwater environments. Full-length, protective rubber liner prolongs the life of your valuable tackle. Available in 15° and 30° angles. Dimensions: 9-1/2'' L x 1-7/8'' D.
Rated 4.8 out of 5 by 12 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by GREAT PRODUCT Better quality stainless steel than others I looked at. Inside tube has rubber sleeve to keep from scratching rod. Cap works well. Does not come with screws but #12 stainless steel 1 1/2" pan head worked well for me. Do remember to cut your hole at the angle of the holder. Mine was 30 degrees. Put them on a BassCat Bay Cat . I use it in saltwater as well as freshwater August 23, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great product at a fair price. The product is what I wanted and Bass Pro had the best price and delivery was on time. I can say that I got what I paid for in time for fishing season. February 20, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Excellent price These rod holders are of good quality for a reasonable price. August 2, 2011
Rated 4 out of 5 by Quality & Price value The ss rod holders are the least expensive I have found anywhere. The quality is equal to, if not better than every ss rod holder I have checked out. A good value for the price. I had the rod holders sent to a different address where I would be visiting and when I arrived a few days later they were already there. Bass Pro was on it for me with standard shipping. Timing was everything as I was outfitting a new boat and ready to get on the water asap. I installed the 30 degree holders toward the rear 1/3 of the boat gunnels at a outfacing direction giving me holders that can be used for trolling and additionally as angled stand up. April 20, 2011
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 - Tampa, FL
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The back holes are 1 1/8” from center to center and 3 1/8” to the center of the front hole in a triangle pattern.
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30 degrees or 15 degrees?

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I want the holders just to use as rod holders on my boat for going to spot to spot. I may also use them for very light trolling. What would work best, 30 or 15 degrees?
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15 degree would probably work best for you as the main use is a rod holder with an option of trolling. I have the 30 degree holders and they angle a bit more.
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 - Denver and Florida
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15 degree holders are better for transporting altho 0 degree are best for transporting. With the 15 you can troll and still have adequate angle to "Read" your lures action.
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Either will work very well. You'll have to set the drag slightly lighter w/ the 15 then the 30, but both will work well.
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They have an open bottom with stainless pin.
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They are open with a pin.
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open bottom w/stainless pin. Pins are also serviceable without removing rod holder. Pins are standard size and fit all my rod buts even on my custom rods.
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 - Virginia Beach, Va
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How do you install these?

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Take the gasket that comes with them and position it where you want rod holder. Draw around the INSIDE of the gasket. Remove gasket and drill a 3/8" hole. Take a jigsaw and cut the hole (you may have to shave more of the hole near the froward part if you have thicker gunnels (w/30 degree holder). apply 4200 sealant under gasket and screw down. Then go fishing. Takes about 15-20 minutes to install. They will easily fit OEM openings.
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If you don't have one already. Use a
1 1/4 inch hole saw for origional hole. then use a dremel tool or file to elonggate the hole for the proper angle. drill 3 holes and use s/s metal screws. If used as gimbal mount for downriggers add metal plumbers tape attached to bottom of rod holder and lock it down to a solid mounting ..problem solved
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If yes, is the gimbal pin welded?

Is the rod holder stamped or cast 316 stainless?
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They are stamped. I have had mine on my Sportsfisherman for 3 yrs now and the chrome has not flaked or begun to pit yet. Gimbal pin is mushroomed wich I prefer because they are easy to chang out for special applications or repair. The whoe reason I replaced my originals...
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These are 316 stamped stainless steel and the gimbal pin is welded.
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