OH226S

Lee's Junior Outrigger Holders

Lee's Junior Outrigger Holders

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The Lee's Junior Outrigger Holder features ease of operation, adjustable fishing angle, ability to lay down for bridges and small footprint making it the ideal holder for a multitude of boats.

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The Original Wishbone Style Outrigger Holder has been in production for over 45 years. Setting the standard for the industry, our "Junior" outrigger holder has often been imitated, but never equaled. Its ease of operation, adjustable fishing angle, ability to lay down for bridges and small footprint makes it the ideal holder for a multitude of boats.

Durability was the watchword at its conception. You won't find plastic parts in this holder. Constructed of heavy duty brass forgings, heavy wall brass pipe and a stainless steel main tube, it epitomizes strength and reliability. The three point mounting system provides maximum strength and distributes the stress to the mounting surface over a wide area. This holder can be mounted vertically or angled toward the stern. Somewhere between twenty to thirty five degrees is normal.

Model OH226S is for use with our deluxe 19ft. single spreader poles and non-spreader poles up to 22ft.

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Lee's Junior Outrigger Holders OH226S Junior Outrigger Holders, 2" x 18" Main Tube
$1308.49
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Lee's 19' Extra Strong Bright Silver Outrigger Poles 2" OD AP3519XS Extra Strong Outrigger Pole, 2", 19'
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Lee's 22' Bright Silver Outrigger Poles - 2" O.D. - Fits OH226S/OH234S Holders AP3522 Extra Strong Outrigger Poles, 2", 22'
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