Ideas for Pontoon boat rod holders

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  1. Mel King

    Mel King Member

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    I've had several different pontoons and tried several different rod holders For me,this is the best.I sometimes carry several rods and no problems.It's a bike handlebar gun carrier.Just get creative on how and where you attach it.
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  2. Jason

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    I borrowed this off of the net somewhere. Cut a piece of ABS or PVC in half and zip tie it to the frame. Then cut a notch out for the reel to sit in and use velcro to hold the rod in place.

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  3. Wayne Kohan

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    This is what I did to run a river with my rods. On a lake I use the Scotty type rod holders as I don't worry as much about my rod tips running into something. Making the one Jason shows took me about an hour and about 5 or 10 bucks.

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  6. Mike (Doc) LaCombe

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    I finally found the best solution. I got a pram. Plenty of safe room for the second rod.

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    Fine looking fishing platform, Mike.
     

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