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Lee's Flush Mount Skiff Series Outrigger Holders

Lee's Flush Mount Skiff Series Outrigger Holders

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The Lee's Flush Mount Skiff Series Outrigger Holder features a curved tube that has solid end plug with deep slots to assure long service and reliability.

Features

  • Attractive
  • Strong
  • Bullet Proof
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$975.00
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Attractive, Strong, and Bullet Proof all describe our Gunnel Mount Outrigger Holders. One piece flange construction. Plate, Tube and Bar-Pin are all cast simultaneously for the ultimate in strength. Curved Tube has Solid End Plug with Deep Slots to assure long service and reliability. Tubes are made with Port and Starboard slot orientation to optimize fishing angle. Flange mounts flush with gunnel. When tube is removed, gunnel is unobstructed. Unit has three positions, straight up Running, angled out Trolling and straight back for Bridge Clearing. Originally designed by Lee's in the 50's and copied by nearly all our competition. However, no one rivals our durability, fit & finish. Chrome on Brass construction.


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$750.00
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