The Pole Hole allows one or two fishermen to stealthily move or stay in shallow water up to five feet.
Inventor Roddy A. Lochala of Newport, AR has created a product that allows one or two fishermen to stealthily move or stay in shallow water up to five feet.
The technology used by fishermen to catch fish has become increasingly complex in nature. A broad range of products have hit the market, designed to aid a fisherman in their pursuits. Inventor Lochala has created a product with an especially unique feature. Two U-shaped notches hold push poles at an angle off the bottom to land a fish or one can move the boat with the trolling motor without having to totally remove the pole and stow it. Two poles can be used in the front and back while fishing with a partner. With the Pole Hole, a partner can stay or move their end while the boat pivots on the front pole or visa versa. Any fisherman with a casting deck on the front or rear of a boat will find reason to use the invention.
This clever new invention features a plate that attaches to the front of a boat and one or both sides of the outboard motor. U-shaped notches hold push poles in place. The invention prevents fish from being alerted. It allows for silent movement of a boat. Its a must-have for shallow water fishing!