White River Fly Shop® Rod Holder for Float Tubes and Pontoons
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A great addition to any float tube or pontoon boat, the White River Fly Shop® Rod Holder is designed to fit any float tube or pontoon boat up to 59" in girth. Constructed from high-quality, durable materials, the Rod Holder holds virtually any type of fishing rod. Our Rod Holder is a must have for any float tube or pontoon angler that wants to take an extra rod, troll or just have free hands to tie on another fly or lure. Imported.
Rated 4.2 out of 5 by 18
Rated 5 out of 5 by RobS54 Best rod holder out there.
This rod holder works great for float tubes, but I anded
a extra 2ft. belt to the webbing and belted it to my
Sevylor Pointer 1-person kayak. I placed one on each
side, I belted the two together with the quik-buckles
that come with both of them. In your minds eye, you
can see it work. Good luck and have fun. Robert 54...
September 16, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by HF5280 White River Fly Shop Rod Holder
Great for the float tube. Holds my fly rod when I'm getting in and out of the tube. Takes the worry out of a rod going overboard when you're busy with other things ( putting on sunscreen, eating lunch, changing fly lines...etc).
January 9, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Timbo919 easy to install
Took my son up to Big Bear on our first float tubing experience. These rod holders made our first time out a breeze..Not only were they easy to attach to the tube ,but very helpful when trying to get into the water. Pop a rod into its holder so you can either put bait on or change your lure.By the way I caught 11 fish and my son caught 7..Yep !! That's right..Dad still has it :)
October 15, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by CarpeCarpio Works fine for me
I was worried this wouldn't work after reading such mixed reviews. I saw a lot of pictures of other people's tubes, though, and when I saw what a popular rod holder this is, I got two for myself. I have not problem with it at all. It adjusts easily while I am fishing and does what it's supposed to do for a lot less than others rod holders on the market. I will say, though that it has a tendency to slide down if the strap is not tight enough, but if that happens I just pull it back up. No big deal. Light weight, doesn't take up much room, does the job, and didn't cost much money.
May 26, 2012
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