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Scotty 282 Baitcaster Rod HolderTrack Combo w/Gearhead & 4" Track

Scotty 282 Baitcaster Rod HolderTrack Combo w/Gearhead & 4" Track
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Baitcaster Rod HolderTrack Combo w/Gearhead & 4" Track

Includes:
280 Baitcaster / Spinning Rod Holder
438 Gear-Head
440-4 Low Profile Track

The Baitcaster / Spinning Rod holder is a versatile rod holder for any angler. The baitcaster reel sits in a cushioned cradle while a front slot allows for a spinning reel. The open bottom allows for the rod holder to accommodate trigger grips as well. Rods can be secured with a soft latching strap which snaps over the top for baitcaster or under the bottom for spinning reels. The 438 Gear-Head Track Adapter quickly slides into place and locks down Scotty rod holders and accessories, this allows you to quickly change rod holder positions with a simple twist. The Scotty 440-4 Low Profile Track is made from high strength composite material. The track can be quickly and easily installed on a kayak, canoe or any other watercraft.
Dimensions: 1-3/4" wide x 3/8" tall x 7" long (4" usable track)
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Scotty 282 Baitcaster Rod HolderTrack Combo w/Gearhead & 4" Track 0282-BK SCOTTY 282 BAITCASTER ROD HOLDER W/ GEARHEAD & 4" TRACK
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