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Old 05-31-2011, 08:31 PM   #11
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Evening OB
I can't find a part number, but the are slotted and can be mounted from the top or side of the base. The one I have my rod in is top mounted. The lights are side mounted. I used a set screw in the holder for added stability. I've seen them at Bass Pro and would start there. I use the yak for back bayous,like Josephine that are a long boat ride from any landing. Need any help rigging , just shoot me a pm. Bow the yak is great and quick. I gigged 174 year before last with the yak. The only drawback is getting caught in that outgoing tide at Orange Beach and having to paddle for your life lol The gig in the pic is a seastriker stainless, but i also have a skinnywater 12 footer and one of their 5 prong gigheads. havn't found anything yet that i couldn't do with the yak, but when I'm serious I use my boat. Nice to crank an engine to get back to the landing.
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Old 05-31-2011, 10:39 PM   #12
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You guys are making me excited there are endless things to do with a kayak it's a endless project for sure I really want to get my yak decked out soon! I will be going Thursday night around 3 mile I have seen alot over there really wanna try it out! And war damn eagle!
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Good Luck Redalert
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Old 06-02-2011, 06:09 PM   #14
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bamafan,
I have only used my skinny water gig twice so far and its nasty on them doormats.
Its a little different than my old B&M PR9 5 prong, which is deadly as well.
But corrosion gets to it in a year and have to swap it out.

So far the skinny water is working well.
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Old 06-02-2011, 06:47 PM   #15
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Bow I used to use the B and M and have lost plenty of fish and mostly doormats with them. The small barbs and being steel, they just don't hold up.Knock on Wood, everyone I've hit between the eyes with the skinnywater went to the cooler.
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Thanks man I really wanna try that so bad it's driving me nuts! I need someone to take me and just let me have a taste!
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