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Old 10-19-2012, 06:17 AM   #1
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show off your rod holders!

Hey guys I built my rod holders a little over a year ago and I want to see what you have come up with. My holders are just Bass Pro ring and hook rod holders, jammed into a milled out set of Thule truck racks. I can fit 8 rods up there, but they are not strong enough to hold a 50 or 80lb class tuna outfit. I like this set up because I can still put a bunch of crap in the bed like a cooler and my canal bike. Let’s see what you got!





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I like it. Been trying to find something for my gear as well. Most of my stuff is offshore gear as well. When I bring my lobster gear it would be helpful as well. Thanks for the ideas. We are still fishing Tuna and yellows right now.
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Old 10-19-2012, 01:42 PM   #3
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I was tempted to post a picture of my hand. But those are pretty cool. I like those Thule track racks, but they are pretty pricey.
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I was tempted to post a picture of my hand. But those are pretty cool. I like those Thule track racks, but they are pretty pricey.
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is it bad that I was thinking the same thing?!?!
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Old 10-19-2012, 02:25 PM   #6
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I guess I'm waaay to slow on this one...X4

Oh, and nice job, OP.
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Old 10-19-2012, 03:24 PM   #7
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Those Stellas and Van Staal make me very jealous. Great setups and Thule Racks are the only way to go IMO.
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Canal fishing, now we are talking.

That St Croix with the VS looks a little light for the canal though, the small Stella too.

If I get a chance I will take some pictures of my rod racks and post them.

Are you on SOL?
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Canal fishing, now we are talking.

That St Croix with the VS looks a little light for the canal though, the small Stella too.

If I get a chance I will take some pictures of my rod racks and post them.

Are you on SOL?
yes i am (maritimeditch) the 10k Stella is on a century 1327 that i built last year. its a great rod for plugging the canal, but a little light for jigging.
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yes i am (maritimeditch) the 10k Stella is on a century 1327 that i built last year. its a great rod for plugging the canal, but a little light for jigging.
Must be a depth perception thing, that 10k looks like a 5k in the picture.

I go by the screen name DAQ on SOL.
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I was tempted to post a picture of my hand. But those are pretty cool. I like those Thule track racks, but they are pretty pricey.
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is it bad that I was thinking the same thing?!?!
Too late to say she's in my sig?
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