RH00432

Big Jon Multi-Set Rod Holders

Big Jon Multi-Set Rod Holders

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Adjusts to 9 positive locking positions and includes mounting track.

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Big Jon's "Multi-Set Rod Holder" is one of the most popular rod holders on the market; for good reason, not only is it among the most solid built rod holders available, it is so easy to use, that you can adjust it to any of nine it's positions, with just one hand! Big Jon precision machines this rod holder from high-strength aluminum, for a perfect fit and smooth operation. It is given a bright finish that will resist corrosion, then it is fitted with durable vinyl caps to prevent wear to your fishing rod handles.

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