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    Default Check this out L.D. Marine Products: Swiveling Rod Holders & More


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    Hey Steve, Have you seen these in person? The website won't pull up a good close up picture of them. Sure would be a nice rod holder if the swivel part came on and off too. Thanks for sharing. I might give them a call next week.

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    Haven't seen them in person but a lot of guys on the down east boats site sure like them and those guys is quite fussy about their gear. I think they use those swiveling holders for the giant tuna fishing so they can't be junk when you have a $2-$10,000++ fish on the other end of your line !!
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    Quote Originally Posted by potbuilder View Post
    Haven't seen them in person but a lot of guys on the down east boats site sure like them and those guys is quite fussy about their gear. I think they use those swiveling holders for the giant tuna fishing so they can't be junk when you have a $2-$10,000++ fish on the other end of your line !!

    It ain`t right posting big fish pics in the winter Steve...screw it...headed to B&J`s.....


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    Those are actually a really good idea, and fairly simple.

    I can never get over how big those tuna are.....

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    How do they squeeze those big fish into those little cans?
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