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Smith Stainless Steel Rod Holder - 15 Deg.
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Smith Stainless Steel Rod Holder - 15 Deg.

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Item No. 314552
$76.99
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Constructed from strong 316 stainless steel, this flush-mount rod holder features a wide low-profile flange for a great looking finish. 1-5/8" inner dia. white vinyl liner protects your rods and is keyed to a 1/2" thick gimbal bar so the liner stays in place. 9" deep tube. 15° angle.
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  • Constructed from strong 316 stainless steel
  • Wide low-profile flange
  • 1-5/8" inner dia. white vinyl liner
  • 1/2" thick gimbal bar
  • 9" deep tube; 15º angle
Unit Weight 2.10 lb
Brand Smith
WARNING: Cancer and Reproductive Harm For more information, go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov/product.
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is there a rod stop at the bottom inside of this holder ??

Asked by: Johnny
Hi Johnny- Thank you for your question. Yes, this rod holder features a metal rod-stop bar at the bottom to keep the rod secure.
Answered by: Product Specialist
Date published: 2019-07-22

if trolling with straight rod is 15 degree rod holder a good angel or should it be 30 degrees

Asked by: butch
It is dependent on what you are fishing for. Please contact our Technical Team at 1-800-334-6541, and they would be able to better assist you.
Answered by: Amanda
Date published: 2017-08-24

Is it strong enough to hold heavy rods for tuna fishing

Asked by: Jean-Paul
Thank you for your question. Depends on the tuna and gear. 80-130lb unlimited class rods for Bluefin tuna---not really the best rod holder for that application.. 30-50lb gear for yellowfin should be OK.
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2015-09-23
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