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#12378881 - 08/09/17 09:35 AM Troll-N-Tray Caddie
Swimbaiter Offline
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Registered: 08/29/11
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Loc: East TX
Thinking of adding one to my boat. Does anyone know of any other brands to compare it to? Thanks.

https://castdesigns.com/products/2k7z3fgcg0

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#12378992 - 08/09/17 10:37 AM Re: Troll-N-Tray Caddie [Re: Swimbaiter]
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My problem with that is my Dek-It and graph are located right where that would be located in my boat.

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#12379039 - 08/09/17 11:01 AM Re: Troll-N-Tray Caddie [Re: McKinneyMike]
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Originally Posted By: McKinneyMike
My problem with that is my Dek-It and graph are located right where that would be located in my boat.


I know. Thought about the same thing. Don't have a Dek-it yet but planning on it soon. That's why I am wondering if there are other options.

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#12379042 - 08/09/17 11:02 AM Re: Troll-N-Tray Caddie [Re: Swimbaiter]
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I am considering something like this for my boat. From the looks of things from their respective websites, the Troll-N-Tray Caddie looks like it's more versatile than the Dek-It but the Dek-It looks like it's more sturdy. Thoughts?
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#12379130 - 08/09/17 11:53 AM Re: Troll-N-Tray Caddie [Re: McKinneyMike]
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Originally Posted By: McKinneyMike
My problem with that is my Dek-It and graph are located right where that would be located in my boat.


Bam Series Marine Elec. depth finder mounts. Large one to fit over recessed TM tray across the front edge.
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#12379132 - 08/09/17 11:55 AM Re: Troll-N-Tray Caddie [Re: TinRangerJim]
Swimbaiter Offline
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DEK IT is a graph mount.. the troll n tray hold tools like pliers etc.

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#12379172 - 08/09/17 12:21 PM Re: Troll-N-Tray Caddie [Re: Swimbaiter]
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Looks pretty handy!

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#12379179 - 08/09/17 12:27 PM Re: Troll-N-Tray Caddie [Re: Swimbaiter]
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There is a guy in the Trading post section that makes custom bow panels. He is currently making me a bow panel with a cup holder and pliers slot with magnet. I have a dek-it mount so this was a better option for than the caddy. I am not sure he builds them boats other than skeeters but I think his ad just mentions Skeeter bow panels. PM me if you want his info and cant find it in the Trading post.

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#12379252 - 08/09/17 01:30 PM Re: Troll-N-Tray Caddie [Re: Shallow Waters]
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Originally Posted By: Shallow Waters
There is a guy in the Trading post section that makes custom bow panels. He is currently making me a bow panel with a cup holder and pliers slot with magnet. I have a dek-it mount so this was a better option for than the caddy. I am not sure he builds them boats other than skeeters but I think his ad just mentions Skeeter bow panels. PM me if you want his info and cant find it in the Trading post.


Check your messages. cheers

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#12379843 - 08/09/17 08:52 PM Re: Troll-N-Tray Caddie [Re: Swimbaiter]
TinRangerJim Offline
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Registered: 03/09/16
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Loc: Cedar Creek Lake
Originally Posted By: Swimbaiter
DEK IT is a graph mount.. the troll n tray hold tools like pliers etc.

Copied this off of the Troll-N-Tray website:

"The Troll-N-Tray™ Caddie is designed to bring everything you need to successfully land fish right to your fingertips. Keep your knife, pliers, and cold beverages safely stored and within reach.  The Caddie is made out of 1/8" aluminum, giving it the ability to stand up to you and Mother Nature.  Also, with the addition of our optional mounting bracket, you can easily mount any sonar directly to the Caddie (as seen in the last image). All mounting hardware is included."

You can mount your graph on the Troll-N-Tray, just wondering if it is as sturdy as the Dek-It


Edited by TinRangerJim (08/09/17 08:53 PM)
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#12379981 - 08/09/17 09:59 PM Re: Troll-N-Tray Caddie [Re: TinRangerJim]
Swimbaiter Offline
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Registered: 08/29/11
Posts: 382
Loc: East TX
Originally Posted By: TinRangerJim
Originally Posted By: Swimbaiter
DEK IT is a graph mount.. the troll n tray hold tools like pliers etc.

Copied this off of the Troll-N-Tray website:

"The Troll-N-Tray™ Caddie is designed to bring everything you need to successfully land fish right to your fingertips. Keep your knife, pliers, and cold beverages safely stored and within reach.  The Caddie is made out of 1/8" aluminum, giving it the ability to stand up to you and Mother Nature.  Also, with the addition of our optional mounting bracket, you can easily mount any sonar directly to the Caddie (as seen in the last image). All mounting hardware is included."

You can mount your graph on the Troll-N-Tray, just wondering if it is as sturdy as the Dek-It


You're right. Doesn't look very sturdy tho.

Haven't found anything else

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