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Rod Holders and Angle #14467261 09/03/22 04:19 PM
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Looking for some rod holders for my boat. What is everyone's preference for pulling drifts mainly, but also anchor and fan casting occasionally? I like the Fishbite rod holders and the Monster. We had the 33/45 monsters and seemed to use 33 most often though my son like the 45. Maybe just do those again; we ended up selling that boat.

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Re: Rod Holders and Angle [Re: CoryK] #14467412 09/03/22 08:02 PM
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Driftmaster Pro Duo 0/30

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MulTbar and Smackdowns. Expensive but worth every penny if you trawl and target bit cats.


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