TX3916SL/SL

Lee's Telescopic Poles For Sidewinder

Lee's Telescopic Poles For Sidewinder

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The Lee's Telescopic Poles for Sidewinder features an overall length of 16 1/2 plus feet when expanded and collapses to just 6 feet when compressed.

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TX3916 Outrigger pole is built to the high standards of workmanship you have come to expect from Lee's Tackle. Our no-compromise design integrates both performance and elegance. It's efficient at trolling baits, both natural and artificial, and also looks great.

Our new model TX3916 is the perfect companion for our Sidewinder top mount outrigger holder. With an overall length of 16 1/2 plus feet when expanded, it collapses to just 6 feet when compressed. The Tx Series, built from the usual high grade marine materials consistently used at Lee's Tackle, will give superb performance for many years of serious fishing.

Color: Silver/Black - Pair

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Lee's Telescopic Poles For Sidewinder TX3916SL/SL Telescopic Poles for Sidewinder, 16.5" Bright Silver Black Spike
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