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After seeing a couple guys on the beach with these I thought I had to give them a shot. Sniperpeeps came over and we just threw it together in no time. It was a bit more expensive then I had hoped for but it looks like its going to work out real nice.
 

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So where are you going to put the beer now ?? :rolleyes:

Lotsa rods though. :yes:
My other cooler still fits, just my massive one wont.

As much as I love beer, I can honestly say Ive never drank a beer on my kayak. Shaky kayak, lots of money in equipment, usually fish alone, etc etc are all good enough reasons for me not to drink and KAYAK fish. Any other way, Im good to go. :whistling:
 

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Looks great, is it pretty sturdy? Wonder how much it will flex when sumth'n big pulls on the rod in the holder...
I never troll with more then three to five pounds of drag, i tested it and it doesnt budge when pulling out drag typical of what I troll with.
 

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Sweet man looks good!
I'm with you on drinking and kayak fishing. Especially offshore, way too far out to do something stupid. When I am done that's another story. I take fishing too serious to do it with a buzz but a bad hangover is almost worse...
Me too, when Im fishing I feel nothing and need nothing other then a fish on the line. I bring water and an energy bar and have put in well over ten hours a time a couple of times and no worse for the wear.

Unfortunately my heart burn has gotten so bad that its rare for me to enjoy one too many. :(
 

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Ive used it twice in the Gulf now, I love them. I can now easily troll two lines and not worry about them tangling when I turn. I can also now bring all the rods I would need for the days, two trolling rods, a snapper/grouper rod, triggerfish rod, bait rod and a pitch/jig rod.

Only issue is that I made the side rod holders a bit long and they are tough to get out when the fish hits it. A hack saw will fix that though.
 
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