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TACO Deluxe Trident Rod Holder Cluster Straight w/Tool Caddy

TACO Deluxe Trident Rod Holder Cluster Straight w/Tool Caddy
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Deluxe Trident Rod Holder Cluster Straight w/Tool Caddy

Taco Sport Fishing introduces a strong and durable high polished aluminum 3-rod holder cluster designed to maximize rod placement and usage on your boat. Great for kite fishing or as 3-rod holders in one. Fits all standard gunnel mount rod holders. Along with maximizing space, a tool tray has been added to conveniently hold fishing tacklegear and a cup holder for beverages.

Features:
  • Durable, welded high polished aluminum construction
  • Three 9-3/4" flared rod holders in a trident design
  • Ideal for kite fishing
  • Tube diameter 1-1/2" fits into standard rod holders 1-5/8" diameter
  • Detachable tackle tray designed to conveniently hold fishing gear along with a cup holder
  • Designed to maximize rod placement and usage on boat
  • Pre-drilled holes for knife & pliers, rigs, lures, spoons, etc.
  • Eye strap attachment for safety lanyard and/or de-hooker placement
  • Round gimbal pin construction to fit today's custom rods
  • Large 9-3/4" length rod holders to accomodate bigger and heavier rods & reels
  • Packaged in a mesh bag for easy drying if stored wet and to avoid scratching deck or storage surfaces on the boat
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