105-032

Rickly USGS Standard Wading Rod Set

Rickly USGS Standard Wading Rod Set

Description

The Standard Wading Rod Set consists of multiple sections of graduated rod, a rod base, a double end meter hanger, an upper binding post, and a sewn canvas carrying case.

Features

  • English rods graduated in tenths of a foot
  • Metric rod is graduted in cm
  • Rod sections assembled at screw-in flush joints
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The Standard Wading Rod Set consists of multiple sections of 0.5 inch diameter graduated rod, a rod base, a double end meter hanger, an upper binding post, and a sewn canvas carrying case. The wading rod is graduated in tenths of a foot in its entire length, reading 8 feet from the plane of the bucket wheel. Rod sections are assembled at the screw-in flush joints. The metric rod is 2.0 meters long and consist of four 0.5m sections. Extra rod sections may be ordered separately.

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Rickly USGS Standard Wading Rod Set 105-032 USGS standard wading rod set with English increments, 8 ft.
$365.00
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Rickly USGS Standard Wading Rod Set 105-033 USGS standard wading rod set with English increments, 12 ft.
$485.00
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Rickly USGS Standard Wading Rod Set 105-035 USGS standard wading rod set with metric increments, 2.0m
$395.00
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Rickly USGS Standard Wading Rod Section 105-034 USGS standard wading rod section with English increments, 2 ft.
$70.00
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Rickly USGS Standard Wading Rod Section 105-036 USGS standard wading rod section with metric increments, 0.5m
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