RAM-114-RBSWU

RAM Mount RAM Rod Revolution Salt Water Rod Holder

RAM Mount RAM Rod Revolution Salt Water Rod Holder

Description

The RAM Rod Revolution Salt Water Rod Holder features the RAM rubber ball and socket feature as well as the ratcheting feature.

Features

  • High Strength Composite Material and Stainless Steel
List Price
$41.99
Your Price
$36.49
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks

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Unlike anything you've seen before, and performance beyond your expectations describes another great product for "Pros and Joes" alike. Integrating two sought after features into a single system makes this new Rod Holder versatile to the extreme. Offering not only the RAM Rubber Ball and Socket Feature, but a ratcheting feature as well, there is literally no limit to where this holder can be put or how it can be fished. With RAM, you're never limited by your mounting equipment. No matter whether you're on the water to lose stress, or gain tournament dollars, RAM Rod Holders only add to your success.

 

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RAM Mount RAM Rod Revolution Salt Water Rod Holder RAM-114-RBSWU RAM Rod Revolution Salt Water Rod Holder
$36.49
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
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