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Offshore Angler™ Stainless Steel Rod Holders

   

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15 Degree

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  • SKU: 1291483

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30 Degree

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  • SKU: 709960

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  • 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 4.7 out of 5 by 13 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Good but not perfect Just purchased and installed one to replace a broken plastic holder. Found the product to be of good quality and the top flange a bit larger than its plastic counterpart. This presented a bit of a challenge to install, but the only negative bit was that the plastic liner which is just short of the stainless tube would slide out as I pulled out my Scotty adapter for their rod holder, which I prefer to adjust the angle of the rod. The adapter has enough of an edge to grab the bottom edge of the liner. This was remedied with some caulking added between the plastic and stainless. Other than that, I am 100% happy with my purchase. October 8, 2014
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
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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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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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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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