Prevents large fish from jerking a line and sending a rod and reel straight into the water.
Angle Keeps Rod from Pulling Out of Socket
Uses Ready Made PVC Pipe
Strong and Durable
Easy to Assemble
Will Not Rust
Story Behind the Invention
Inventor Franklin Dobbs of Katy, TX has designed a fishing rod holder with an angle to keep the rod from being pulled out of the holder.The idea was born while fishing in a bayou for white amur or grass carp. In Houston, the carp can get up to a hefty 60 lbs. That day, Franklin had two rods set up and got a hit on one. He began to reel it in while resting the other rod on a log with the eyelets behind the log to prevent it from going into the water. However, it was jerked over the log and the new rod and reel went straight into the water! He just knew there had to be a better way. In turn, he was inspired to develop the Angled Rod Holder! To use, hold the rod holder in a straight upright position and push the pointed end into the ground as far as possible by hand. With some of the angle pushed down into the ground, you will then put the foot on the cross brace and push down with the foot until the cross brace is sitting flush with the ground. Doing this ensures the angle iron is penetrating as deep as possible to keep the holder from being pulled sideways or forward, no matter how big the catch.Want to learn more about the Angled Rod Holder? Be the first to contact us NOW for additional information or for manufacturing, retail, wholesale, distribution, or licensing opportunities!
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