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Fishing Rod Holders

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Scotty Rocket Launcher Rod Holder No Jacket w/o Mount [479]

SKU: 40820

Fully Adjustable rod holder with over 9" of composite construction, accomodating all rods. Attaches to any Scotty Downrigger Boom.Main features: Tilts up and down, including upright for rod storage when...

Scotty Rocket Launcher Rod Holder No Jacket w/o Mount [479]

SKU: 40820
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Scotty Baitcaster/Spinning Rod Holder w/o Mount [279]

SKU: 40811

Baitcaster/Spinning Rod Holder without Mount Holds a bait caster reel in a cushioned cradle.A slot in the front of the rod holder allows for a spinning reel to be securely...

Scotty Baitcaster/Spinning Rod Holder w/o Mount [279]

SKU: 40811
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Attwood Heavy Duty Adjustable Rod Holder w/Flush Mount [5014-4]

SKU: 52283

Heavy Duty Adjustable Rod HoldersFeatures an ergonomic design and easy to find rapid release latch mechanism. The large, easy-grip lock-nut offers easy adjustment. 180° vertical adjustment range for a variety...

Attwood Heavy Duty Adjustable Rod Holder w/Flush Mount [5014-4]

SKU: 52283
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Attwood Heavy Duty Adjustable Rod Holder w/Combo Mount [5009-4]

SKU: 52282

Heavy Duty Adjustable Rod HoldersFeatures an ergonomic design and easy to find rapid release latch mechanism. The large, easy-grip lock-nut offers easy adjustment. 180x vertical adjustment range for a variety...

Attwood Heavy Duty Adjustable Rod Holder w/Combo Mount [5009-4]

SKU: 52282
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Scotty Powerlock Rod Holder w/o Mount - Black [229-BK]

SKU: 40808

Scotty's most popular value priced, positive locking, open style rod holder. It's universal cradle holds almost any reel style and has a front locking ring to prevent rod loss when...

Scotty Powerlock Rod Holder w/o Mount - Black [229-BK]

SKU: 40808
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Scotty 244 Flush Deck Mount w/Rain Cap [244-BK]

SKU: 34345

244 Flush Deck MountWith splash coverFor all Scotty post mount rod holdersDimensions 4" x 2" x 2"Bolting Dimensions 1 5/16" x 3 3/16"WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals...

Scotty 244 Flush Deck Mount w/Rain Cap [244-BK]

SKU: 34345
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Scotty 1 1/4" Square Rail Mount [243-BK]

SKU: 34344

1 1/4" Square Rail Mount243Provides verstile mounting without having to drill more holes in your boat. Perfect for boats with limited mounting surfaces. Stainless steel fasteners (included) hold this tough...

Scotty 1 1/4" Square Rail Mount [243-BK]

SKU: 34344
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Scotty Powerlock Rod Holder Black w/241 Side/Deck Mount [230-BK]

SKU: 34333

Power LockScotty's most popular value-priced, positive-locking, open style rod holder. Fiber reinforced engineering nylon, offers strength, resilience and reliability.No. 230Includes No. 241 combination deck or side mount Specifications: Construction: Plastic...

Scotty Powerlock Rod Holder Black w/241 Side/Deck Mount [230-BK]

SKU: 34333
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Scotty Rocket Launcher Rod Holder No Jacket w/241 Bracket [476]

SKU: 40817

Fully Adjustable rod holder with over 9" of composite construction, accomodating all rods. Attaches to any Scotty Downrigger Boom.Main features: Unique Side or Deck Mounting Bracket Tilts up and down,...

Scotty Rocket Launcher Rod Holder No Jacket w/241 Bracket [476]

SKU: 40817
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Scotty 241 Combination Side or Deck Mount - Black [241-BK]

SKU: 34339

241 Combination Side or Deck MountCan be mounted on top or side of gunnel. For all Scotty post mount rod holders.Dimensions: 4" x 2" x 2"Bolting Dimensions: 1 5/16" x...

Scotty 241 Combination Side or Deck Mount - Black [241-BK]

SKU: 34339
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Sea-Dog Side Mount Rod Holder - Black [325120-1]

SKU: 77694

Side Mount Rod Holder - Black Constructed of injection molded polypropylene. These Side Mount Rod Holders have an integral, molded-in standoff located on the back of the rod holder, allowing direct...

Sea-Dog Side Mount Rod Holder - Black [325120-1]

SKU: 77694
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Scotty Fly Rod Holder w/o Mount [260]

SKU: 40810

Innovative compact design, Allows hands free trolling with a fly rod. Fully adjustable and includes a safety strap.Comes with no mount, enabling you to choose whichever mount suits your needs...

Scotty Fly Rod Holder w/o Mount [260]

SKU: 40810
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Scotty 245 1 1/4" Round Rail Mount [245]

SKU: 34348

245 1 1/4" Round Rail MountExcellent for pontoon boats. Position your Scotty rod holder anywhere on your rail. Provides versatile mounting without having to drill more holes in your boat....

Scotty 245 1 1/4" Round Rail Mount [245]

SKU: 34348
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Cannon Adjustable Single Axis Rod Holder - Track System [1907001]

SKU: 33700

NEW - Innovative Trolling System Puts You In ControlNo matter how you fish - or what your fish for - you can customize our new trolling system to fit your...

Cannon Adjustable Single Axis Rod Holder - Track System [1907001]

SKU: 33700
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Scotty 280 Bait Caster/Spinning Rod Holder w/241 Deck/Side Mount - White [280-WH]

SKU: 34363

280 Bait Caster / Spinning Rod HolderHolds a bait caster reel in a cushioned cradle.A slot in the front of the rod holder allows for a spinning reel to be...

Scotty 280 Bait Caster/Spinning Rod Holder w/241 Deck/Side Mount - White [280-WH]

SKU: 34363
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Scotty Striker Rod Holder w/o Mount - Black [239-BK]

SKU: 40809

Designed for Muskie, Halibut, Sturgeon, and other big game fish. New stainless steel reinforced post, larger opening with easy lock / unlock ring.The inner support rotates with the rod to...

Scotty Striker Rod Holder w/o Mount - Black [239-BK]

SKU: 40809
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Scotty 358 Rodmaster II Downrigger Boom Rod Holder f/ Clamp on style 1 1/4" [358]

SKU: 34373

No 358 Rodmaster IIFibre reinforced engineering nylon offers strength, resilience and reliability. Also comes with a removable gimbal pinFits 1 1/4" Scotty downrigger booms - clamp on sytleWARNING: This product...

Scotty 358 Rodmaster II Downrigger Boom Rod Holder f/ Clamp on style 1 1/4" [358]

SKU: 34373
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Scotty Rocket Launcher Rod Holder SS Jacket w/o Mount [469]

SKU: 40813

Fully Adjustable rod holder with over 9" of stainless steel jacketed composite construction, accomodating all rods. Attaches to any Scotty Downrigger Boom. Main features: Heavy Duty Stainless Steel Tilts up...

Scotty Rocket Launcher Rod Holder SS Jacket w/o Mount [469]

SKU: 40813
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Scotty 344 Round Flush Deck Mount [344-BK]

SKU: 34369

344 Round Flush Deck MountSealed base for watertight applications (such as kayak decks) with splash cover.For all Scotty post mount rod holders.Dimensions: 3 3/4" diameterBolting Dimensions 2 3/16" x 2...

Scotty 344 Round Flush Deck Mount [344-BK]

SKU: 34369
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Scotty 241 Combination Side or Deck Mount - Grey [241-GR]

SKU: 34341

241 Combination Side or Deck MountCan be mounted on top or side of gunnel. For all Scotty post mount rod holders.Dimensions: 4" x 2" x 2"Bolting Dimensions: 1 5/16" x...

Scotty 241 Combination Side or Deck Mount - Grey [241-GR]

SKU: 34341
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 Catch more fish with a set of rod holders!

Fishing rod holders are an essential piece of equipment for any angler looking to improve their fishing experience. These devices are designed to securely hold fishing rods in place, allowing the angler to keep an eye on multiple rods and reduce arm and shoulder fatigue during long fishing sessions. There are many different types of fishing rod holders available, ranging from simple clamps that can be attached to a boat or dock, to more elaborate systems that include built-in electronics for monitoring fishing lines. Some fishing rod holders are even designed to be used in specific fishing situations, such as trolling or fly fishing. Whatever type of fishing you enjoy, a good fishing rod holder can help you to stay comfortable and focused on the task at hand, increasing your chances of landing that big catch.

 

what types of fishing rod holder available

There are many types of fishing rod holders available to anglers, each with its own unique features and benefits. Here are some of the most common types of fishing rod holders:

  1. Clamp-On Rod Holders: These holders are designed to be clamped onto the gunwale or rail of a boat and can be easily adjusted to hold different sized rods.

  2. Flush-Mount Rod Holders: These holders are designed to be permanently mounted on the deck of a boat, providing a clean and streamlined look that doesn't snag fishing lines.

  3. Gimbal Rod Holders: These holders are designed for use with larger rods and reels and provide extra support and stability, making them ideal for deep-sea fishing.

  4. Rocket Launchers: These holders are typically used for trolling and can hold multiple rods at once, allowing anglers to cover more water.

  5. Outriggers: These holders are used for trolling and can be extended out from the boat to increase the spread of the fishing lines.

  6. Downriggers: These holders are also used for trolling and allow anglers to precisely control the depth at which their lures or baits are presented.

  7. Bank Fishing Rod Holders: These holders are designed for use on shore or the bank of a river or lake and can be either spike or tripod style.

Overall, the type of fishing rod holder you choose will depend on your personal fishing preferences, the type of fishing you're doing, and the setup of your fishing vessel.

About fishing rod rack!

A fishing rod rack is a storage device designed to hold multiple fishing rods securely and conveniently. These racks come in various sizes, shapes, and materials, and can be used to store fishing rods in a variety of settings, including boats, garages, and fishing lodges.

The most common type of fishing rod rack is a freestanding unit that can be placed on the floor of a garage or fishing lodge. These racks typically have multiple horizontal tubes or slots that hold the fishing rods in an upright position, preventing them from getting tangled or damaged.

Another type of fishing rod rack is the wall-mounted unit, which can be attached to a wall in a garage or fishing lodge. These racks are ideal for anglers with limited floor space, and they keep fishing rods off the ground, where they are less likely to be accidentally stepped on or knocked over.

Fishing rod racks can be made from various materials, including wood, metal, and plastic. Some racks are designed to be weather-resistant, making them ideal for use on boats or in outdoor environments.

Overall, fishing rod racks are a convenient and effective way to store multiple fishing rods in an organized and easily accessible manner. They help protect your fishing rods from damage while also keeping them within reach when you need them.

 

What are the types of fishing rods?

Fishing rod holders can be used for a variety of fishing scenarios, including freshwater and saltwater fishing, shore fishing, and boat fishing. Here are some specific situations where fishing rod holders can be particularly useful:

  1. Boat Fishing: Fishing rod holders are essential for boat fishing, as they allow anglers to keep multiple rods securely in place while trolling or anchored in one spot. This frees up the angler's hands to handle other tasks, such as baiting hooks, changing lures, or netting fish.

  2. Shore Fishing: Anglers who fish from the shore can benefit from using rod holders to keep their fishing rods upright and secure while waiting for a bite. This allows them to relax and enjoy the scenery without having to constantly hold onto their rods.

  3. Kayak Fishing: Kayak anglers can use rod holders to keep their fishing rods within reach while paddling to their fishing spot. This allows them to easily switch between different rods depending on the fishing conditions.

  4. Surf Fishing: Surf anglers can benefit from using sand spike rod holders, which are designed to be inserted into the sand and hold fishing rods upright while fishing in the surf. This allows them to keep multiple rods in place and easily monitor for bites.

Overall, fishing rod holders are a versatile tool that can be used in a variety of fishing situations to make fishing more comfortable, efficient, and enjoyable.

 

Fishing rod holder for boat,truck,garage,car,kayak.!

Fishing rod holders are available in different designs and configurations to fit various fishing situations and environments. Here are some of the most common types of fishing rod holders for different locations:

1. Boat fishing rod holder

Rod holders for boats are designed to securely hold fishing rods while trolling or anchored in one spot. They can be mounted on the gunwale or the side of the boat and come in different styles, including clamp-on, flush mount, and rail mount rod holders.

2. Truck Fishing rod holder

Fishing rod holders for trucks are designed to hold fishing rods in place during transportation. They can be mounted on the bed of the truck or the roof of the cab, and come in different styles, including clamp-on and hitch mount rod holders.

3. Garage Fishing rod holder

Fishing rod holders for garages are designed to store fishing rods in a neat and organized manner. They can be wall-mounted or freestanding and come in different styles, including vertical or horizontal racks, individual clips or clamps, and ceiling-mounted holders.

4. Car Fishing rod holder

Fishing rod holders for cars are designed to hold fishing rods securely during transportation. They can be mounted on the roof, trunk, or inside the car, and come in different styles, including suction cup holders, magnetic holders, and clip-on holders.

5. Kayak Fishing rod holder

Fishing rod holders for kayaks are designed to hold fishing rods within reach while paddling to a fishing spot. They can be mounted on the kayak's deck or side and come in different styles, including flush mount, adjustable, and track-mounted rod holders.


Overall, fishing rod holders are a great way to keep your fishing rods organized, protected, and easily accessible in different fishing situations and environments.

 How to Pick a Rod Holder

Choosing the right rod holder is important for any angler, as it can make a big difference in their fishing experience. Here are some factors to consider when picking a rod holder:

  1. Type of fishing: The type of fishing you plan to do will determine the type of rod holder you need. For example, if you're fishing from a boat, you may need a rod holder that mounts to the gunwale or deck, while if you're fishing from shore, you may need a rod holder that stakes into the ground.

  2. Number of rods: Consider how many rods you plan to use at once. If you're using multiple rods, you may need a rod holder that can hold more than one rod at a time.

  3. Rod size and shape: Rod holders come in different sizes and shapes to accommodate different types of fishing rods. Make sure the rod holder you choose can accommodate the size and shape of your fishing rod.

  4. Material: Rod holders can be made from a variety of materials, including plastic, aluminum, and stainless steel. Consider the durability and corrosion resistance of the material when making your choice.

  5. Mounting options: Some rod holders can be mounted on a variety of surfaces, while others are designed for specific mounting locations. Make sure the rod holder you choose can be mounted where you need it.

  6. Adjustability: Some rod holders are adjustable, allowing you to change the angle or position of the rod. Consider whether adjustability is important to you.

  7. Price: Rod holders come in a range of prices, so consider your budget when making your choice.

By considering these factors, you can choose a rod holder that meets your specific needs and enhances your fishing experience.

Commonly Asked Questions about Boat Rod Holders

Where to Install Rod Holders ?

The location of the rod holders depends on the type of fishing you plan to do and the type of vessel you are using. Here are some general guidelines for where to install rod holders:

  1. On a boat: Rod holders can be installed on the gunwale (side of the boat), the transom (back of the boat), or the T-top (if your boat has one). Consider how many rods you plan to use and where they will be most accessible while fishing.

  2. On a kayak: Rod holders can be installed on the sides or back of the kayak, or in the cockpit. Consider the size of your kayak and the type of fishing you plan to do when choosing the location.

  3. On a pier or dock: Rod holders can be installed on the pier or dock railing, or directly into the ground. Consider the height of the railing or dock and the depth of the water when choosing the location.

  4. In a vehicle: Rod holders can be installed in the bed of a pickup truck or SUV, or in the interior of a car. Consider the size of your vehicle and the type of fishing you plan to do when choosing the location.

Overall, the location of the rod holders should allow for easy access to the rods while fishing and should be secure enough to prevent the rods from moving or falling. It's important to follow the manufacturer's instructions for installation to ensure the rod holders are installed correctly and safely.

 

What Angle is Best for Boat Rod Holders ?

The best angle for boat rod holders depends on the type of fishing you plan to do and personal preference. However, a common angle for boat rod holders is 30 to 45 degrees.

A 30-degree angle is good for trolling or when the boat is moving slowly, as it allows the angler to easily see the rod tip and detect any strikes. A 45-degree angle is good for bottom fishing or when the boat is moving faster, as it provides a more secure hold on the rod.

It's also important to consider the height of the rod holder. The height should be comfortable for the angler to reach and should allow for easy removal and placement of the rod.

Ultimately, the best angle for boat rod holders will vary based on the specific fishing situation and the angler's personal preferences. Experimenting with different angles can help you find the best option for your needs.

 

How do you measure rod holder angles?

To measure the angle of a rod holder, you will need a protractor or an angle finder tool. Follow these steps:

  1. Place the protractor or angle finder tool on the surface where the rod holder is mounted. Make sure it is level and flush with the surface.

  2. Align the base of the protractor or angle finder with the center of the rod holder.

  3. Read the angle measurement on the protractor or angle finder tool. This will give you the angle of the rod holder in relation to the mounting surface.

Alternatively, you can use a digital level that has an angle measurement function. Place the digital level on the surface where the rod holder is mounted and zero it out. Then place it against the rod holder and read the angle measurement.

It's important to measure the angle accurately to ensure the rod holder is positioned correctly for the type of fishing you plan to do.