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09-18-2003 11:46 AM
DFix
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Originally posted by juro
Pretty nifty! I could just see you with a double hookup of slammer blues
Yeah - a double hookup of anything - then getting towed backwards and porpoising through the swells! :eyecrazy:
09-18-2003 10:49 AM
Nick problem is...only thing finding my hooks lately is twinkie bass..
09-18-2003 08:54 AM
juro Pretty nifty! I could just see you with a double hookup of slammer blues
09-18-2003 08:40 AM
Nick
Rod Holder Pic

Here it is. Basically it is a plastic flush mount rod holder from any marine store mounted in the starboard stern of my OK frenzy. I plugged the bottom of the holder with a crutch end in order to keep the water out, and then siliconed it on. I siliconed all around the mounting hole as well as the screws. Then, to hold the fly rods, I made the PVC section and machined the slot into it to allow the rods to slide in and out. The bottom section was a little loose, so I wrapped it with some tape to make it tighter in the flush mount rod holder. Pretty simple and works great. I want to add another one to the other side as well. Then I'll I have a nice trolling setup...I just need to be able to paddle at 6-10knots and then bring on the squid bars!

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