RAP-370-NBU

RAM Mount Ram Rod Light Speed Rod Holder

RAM Mount Ram Rod Light Speed Rod Holder

Description

The RAM Mount RAM Rod Light Speed Rod Holder is designed to mount vertically or horizontally in your boat, allowing you to rotate the rod holder 360 degrees while tilting the rod holder forward and back for the optimum fishing angle.

Features

  • Unique Patent Pending Design Offers Quick And Easy Removal And Replacement Of Rod
  • Simple And Easy Adjustment Allows For Tilting Up And Down As Well As Upright For Rod Storage
  • Unique Design Integrates Removing The Rod And Setting The Hook Seamlessly, Equaling Less Missed Fish Strikes
List Price
$40.49
Your Price
$35.49
In Stock

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Details

RAM-Rod Light-Speed holder with no base, is a must have for the fishing enthusiast. 


Features:

  • Lifetime Warranty
  • Made in the USA


Fishing Recommendations:
The primary intention of this mount is for either fresh water or salt water usage.

Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
RAM Mount Ram Rod Light Speed Rod Holder RAP-370-NBU RAM Rod Light Speed Rod Holder, without Base
$35.49
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$13.49
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$13.99
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$14.49
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$14.99
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RAM Mount RAM Rod 2000 Deck and Track Mount Base Only RAM-114DTMU RAM Rod 2000 Deck and Track Mount Base Only
$17.99
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$19.49
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
RAM Mount Adjustable Adapt-a-Post Extension Arm RAP-114-APB2U Adjustable Adapt-a-Post Extension Arm, 13.5"
$21.99
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
RAM Mount Adjustable Adapt-a-Post 16" Extension Arm RAP-114-APB3U Adjustable Adapt-a-Post Extension Arm, 16"
$23.49
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