Scotty 416 Rod Balancer/Rod Rest - Black

Scotty 416 Rod Balancer/Rod Rest - Black
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416 Rod Balancer/Rod Rest - Black

Fight the fish instantly with the Scotty Rod Balancer! Built from engineering grade nylon, the 416 is built tough and made to last. This minimalist, nonresistance approach to fishing encourages an "instant strike" method for more bite to strike hook-ups. Works with all Scotty post mounts and rod holder height extenders, offering 360° rotation.

The versatile Rod Balancer also makes for a great rod rest when fighting big fish in a small boat or kayak. So go ahead and fight the fish, not the fishing gear!

  • Nonresistance approach encourages more bite to strike hook-ups when fishing
  • Increased successful and efficient hook-sets
  • Built tough from rugged engineering grade nylon
  • Makes for a great rod rest when fighting big fish in a small boat or kayak
  • Works with all Scotty post mounts and rod holder height extenders
  • 360° rotation available when using Scotty post mounts or extenders
  • Made to last by Scotty in Canada
  • Scotty always recommends using a rod safety leash at all times
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Scotty 416 Rod Balancer/Rod Rest - Black 416-BK SCOTTY 416BK ROD BALANCER
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