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White River Fly Shop Rod Holder for Float Tubes and Pontoons
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 who wants to take an extra rod, to troll, or just have free hands to tie on another fly or lure. Imported.
Rated 5 out of
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...
Date published: 2013-09-17
Rated 5 out of
White River Fly Shop Rod HolderGreat 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).
Date published: 2013-01-09
Rated 5 out of
easy to installTook 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 :)
Date published: 2012-10-15
Rated 5 out of
Works fine for meI 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.
Date published: 2012-05-27
Rated 1 out of
Not-so-goodThe idea is good the real thing does'nt work. It only has one strap to hold it on the tube so you better have a leash to save your equipment. I don't think it is really meant for a fly rod-n-reel. The Scotty brand is by far a much better deal,.
Date published: 2011-07-24
Rated 3 out of
Quick Fix and it was AwesomeI was a little disappointed upon first inspection of the rod holder. The plastic lever that holds the rod holder at a particular angle is held on with a half inch metal cylinder. Well, 2 out of the first 5 times I attempted to lock the holder at any angle, the little cylinder fell out; Thus rendering the entire holder completely useless. Undaunted, I went to the basement and found a nut and bolt that fit the bill. I attached the lever with the nut and bolt and boom, problem solved. So, if you are remotely handy and willing to go to your basement or the local hardware store to find one tiny replacement piece then I would recommend this product. Or you could take the same amount of time as you would fixing the problem and write a scathing review on this website as others have. Your choice.
Without the fix I would give this product a 1 out of 5.
With the quick fix I happily give this a 5 out of 5.
And so I gave it a 3 out of 5 because that would be the average score.
Date published: 2010-07-21
Rated 2 out of
Adequate.....barely.The rod holder comes in two pieces. One part straps around your tube, the other holds the rod and slides into the first piece. Here's one of two problems with this holder: The piece that holds the rod is constantly falling out what I carry the tube, load it and even sometimes launch it. If it falls off w/o you noticing, you don't have an option of just replacing the missing part. You need to buy another one. The second problem, it that in winds, the rod can actually get blown out. I almost lost two rods when kicking around in winds on Crowley and using this to hold a second rod. It should have some means of wrapping a stretch band or something around the rod just above the reel. Not sure if I'll get another one, to replace....again, the missing part.
Date published: 2010-06-24
Rated 1 out of
Absolute garbageDon't waste your money. I bought two of these and they are worthless. The lock lever splays at the pivot point and the retainer pin falls out. One was unuseable 30 minutes in to my first trip with it. I was able to get it back together but it does the same thing after locking it a couple of times. The second one did the same thing after I got it home. Also, they don't hold baitcasters with triggers very well. There are better out there if you look.
I see from previous question that it does not rotate. Then which way does it point? It looks like it points out to the side (90 degrees to the tube), or does it point forward and back (parallel to the tube)?
Asked by: fishcatnewbie
It points out the side, 90 degrees, to the tube.
Answered by: BPSProductSpecialist3
Date published: 2019-02-01
Does this float have a seat ?
Asked by: Flyzone
SKU: 1048758 is a rod holder for float tubes and pontoons. You can view our float tubes by typing in float tubes in our search bar.
Answered by: BPSResource5
Date published: 2019-01-20
What is the weight of the rod holder and straps?
Asked by: kl3377
Does the rod holders rotate?
Asked by: 619sd
Thank you for your inquiry!
The rod holder will tilt up and down but it does not rotate 360 degrees.
Answered by: BPSResource16
Date published: 2018-05-02
Will it hold a fly rod?
I'd like to know if this rod holder can be used with a fly rod. Thanks in advance for your help.