OC-0432VEL116

TACO 12' Silver/Silver Center Rigger Pole - 1-1/8" Diameter

TACO 12' Silver/Silver Center Rigger Pole - 1-1/8" Diameter
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12' Silver/Silver Center Rigger Pole - 1-1/8"

Taco Sport Fishing continues to enhance the thrill of blue water fishing
with the ultimate in telescoping outriggers. Taco Marine's patented
Tele-Outriggers are strong and sturdy even in the roughest seas with
multiple trolling lines. More lines mean more fish! Whether using Taco
Marine's Grand Slam 170 or Striker Base, you'll be sure to find the perfect
fit for a great day of fishing!

Features:
  • Satin/polished anodized Aluminum
  • Telescopes to less than 6' for bridge clearance, trailering and storage
  • Designed for universal use with Grand Slams,S triker Bases and other
    Taco Marine mounts that accept 1-1/8"outriggers
  • Reduces stress on gunnels when used with Striker Bases and T-Tops when
    used with Grand Slam 170
  • 15' Tele-Outrigger Poles are perfect for boats 21-26'
  • Sold in pairs
  • Available in Black with Silver Rings & Tips and Silver with Silver Rings
    & Tips
  • 1-1/8" outside diameter works well with Taco Marine Grand Slam 170
    Outrigger mount
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TACO 12' Silver/Silver Center Rigger Pole - 1-1/8" Diameter OC-0432VEL116 TACO 12' SILVER/SILVER 1 1/8" CENTER RIGGER POLE
$237.35
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