1907000

Cannon Angled Fixed Position Rod Holder

Cannon Angled Fixed Position Rod Holder

Description

The Cannon Angled Fixed Position Rod Holder makes a simpler, functional addition to our track system.

Features

  • UV-Resistant End Cap To Protect Rod And Reel
  • Made Of High-Strength Aluminum To Withstand The Punishment Of Big Water Use
  • Can Be Changed Out In A Snap With Our Unique Track System
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$49.99
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No matter how you fish - or what your fish for - you can customize our new trolling system to fit yout style. Our new rod holders feature a pistol grip design for one-handed adjustment of the rod angle and a ratcheting system for easy rod removal.  The rod holder is angled at 60 degrees, with 90 degrees of side-to-side rotation adjustment.

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