RAP-390-STU

RAM Mount Tube Jr. Fishing Rod Holders

RAM Mount Tube Jr. Fishing Rod Holders

Description

The RAM Mount Tube Jr. Fishing Rod Holder is ideally suited for a wide range of uses and vessels and is great for the family that fishes together or a fleet of kayaks needing a single yet versatile rod holder for everyday use.

Features

  • High Strength Composite Material
  • Quick Release And Installation
  • Compatible With All RAM Post Spline Bases
List Price
$13.99
Your Price
$12.49
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Details

 

  • Compatible with spinning reels and level wind reels
  • Position spinning reel to the side or under RAM Tube Jr.
  • Compatible with left-handed and right-handed reels
  • Lifetime warranty

 

Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
RAM Mount Tube Jr. Fishing Rod Holders RAP-390-STU Tube Jr. Fishing Rod Holder, with Standard 4" Length Post Spline
$12.49
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RAM Mount Tube Jr. Fishing Rod Holder w/Standard 6" Length Post Spine RAP-390U Tube Jr. Fishing Rod Holder, with Standard 6" Length Post Spline
$13.99
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RAM Mount RAM Tube Jr. Fishing Rod Holder w/Short 4" Length Post Spline & Bulkhead Mounting Base RAP-390-SBU Tube Jr. Fishing Rod Holder, with Short 4" Length Post Spline and Bulkhead Mounting Base
$15.49
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RAM Mount RAM Tube Jr. Fishing Rod Holder w/Standard 6" Length Post Spline & Bulkhead Mounting Base RAP-390-BU Tube Jr. Fishing Rod Holder, with Standard 6" Length Post Spline and Bulkhead Mounting Base
$16.99
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RAM Mount RAM Tube Jr. Fishing Rod Holder w/Standard 6" Length Post Spline & Flush Mounting Base RAP-390-FU Tube Jr. Fishing Rod Holder, with Standard 6" Length Post Spline and Flush Mounting Base
$17.99
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RAM Mount RAM Tube Jr. Fishing Rod Holder, Standard 4" Length Post Spline & Combo Bulkhead/Flat Surface Base w/Plunger RAP-390-SBMPU Tube Jr. Fishing Rod Holder, with Standard 4" Length Post Spline and Combo Bulkhead/Flat Surface Base with Plunger
$19.49
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RAM Mount Tube Jr. Fishing Rod Holder w/Socket Base RAP-390-RB-NBU Tube Jr. Fishing Rod Holder, with Socket Base
$19.99
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RAM Mount RAM Tube Jr. Fishing Rod Holder, Standard 6" Length Post Spline & Combo Bulkhead/Flat Surface Base w/Plunger RAP-390-BMPU Tube Jr. Fishing Rod Holder, Standard 6" Length Post Spline and Combo Bulkhead/Flat Surface Base with Plunger
$20.49
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RAM Mount RAM Tube Jr. Fishing Rod Holder w/Standard 4" Length Post Spline & Round Flush Mounting Base RAP-390-SFMTU Tube Jr. Fishing Rod Holder, with Standard 4" Length Post Spline and Round Flush Mounting Base
$24.99
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
RAM Mount RAM Tube Jr. Fishing Rod Holder w/Standard 6" Length Post Spline & Round Flush Mounting Base RAP-390-FMTU Tube Jr. Fishing Rod Holder, with Standard 6" Length Post Spline and Round Flush Mounting Base
$25.99
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
RAM Mount RAM Rod 2000 Bulkhead Mounting Base RAM-114BMU RAM Rod 2000 Bulkhead Mounting Base, for Spline Posts
$4.49
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RAM Mount RAM Rod 2000 Flush Mount Base RAM-114FMU RAM Rod 2000 Flush Mount Base
$5.99
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RAM Mount RAM-ROD Holder 8" Post Extension Arm RAP-114-PAU RAM-ROD Holder 8" Post Extension Arm
$8.49
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RAM Mount RAM-ROD Combination Bulkhead/Flat Surface Base RAM-114BMPU RAM-ROD Combination Bulkhead/Flat Surface Base, with Plunger for Spline Posts
$8.49
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RAM Mount RAM Rod Flush Mount Base RAM-114FMTU RAM Rod Flush Mount Base
$13.49
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
RAM Mount Adapt-a-Post Track Base RAP-AAPU Adapt-A-Post Track Base
$13.99
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RAM Mount Adapt-a-Post Extension Poles RAP-114-EX8 Adapt-A-Post Extension Pole, 11"
$14.49
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RAM Mount Adapt-A-Post 9" Extension Pole RAP-114-EX6 Adapt-A-Post Extension Pole, 9"
$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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RAM Mount Adapt-a-Post Quick Release Track Base RAP-383-AAPU Adapt-a-Post Quick Release Track Base
$19.49
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RAM Mount Adjustable Adapt-a-Post Extension Arm RAP-114-APB2U Adjustable Adapt-a-Post Extension Arm, 13.5"
$21.49
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"
$22.99
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