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#12836622 - 07/21/18 12:42 PM Homemade rod holders
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Been meaning to post a pic of these but kept forgetting. EMT welded to rebar. Made 6 of them.
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#12836624 - 07/21/18 12:42 PM Re: Homemade rod holders [Re: spazm09]
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Bah, I'll have to post the pic from my computer. Stand by
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#12836641 - 07/21/18 12:58 PM Re: Homemade rod holders [Re: spazm09]
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Those look awesome, very nice !
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#12837960 - 07/22/18 07:00 PM Re: Homemade rod holders [Re: spazm09]
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#12839115 - 07/23/18 04:09 PM Re: Homemade rod holders [Re: spazm09]
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#12839123 - 07/23/18 04:13 PM Re: Homemade rod holders [Re: spazm09]
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They are well done holders. Thanks

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#12839656 - 07/24/18 12:45 AM Re: Homemade rod holders [Re: spazm09]
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Nice work. Those look strong for sure.

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#12840562 - 07/24/18 05:51 PM Re: Homemade rod holders [Re: spazm09]
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I will have to give this a try. I also use the EMT tubing but with 1-1/2" angle iron welded to it. I'm thinking the rebar would be a lot better (easier to sink) in dry ground, not so sure if it will resist being pulled over in the mud.

Not a big deal if you'll always be around when your lines are out, but something pulled my 10' spinning rod with 65# braid and a shad head down to about 20 degrees above horizontal overnight one night. That's with 1-1/2" angle iron 16" deep into the mud. When I leave my rods unattended in holders (in the backyard) I now safety them in with a piece of strap and a tent stake.

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