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Trolling rod holders

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fishingbuddy

Looking for anyone that has an 1850 Sportfish that has put rod holders for trolling. Where did you put them? Flush Mount?

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Northlander

I would flush mount either Rams or the new Cabelas Quick draw I think they are called.

I have the flush mount Rams and really like them. If your going to do BIG Lake trolling with riggers, dypsies etc. I would go with some metal tube mounts on a track system so when you trailer with a cover on you can take the holders off and the track system wont bother your travel cover.

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DinkADunk

I have 24" Bert's Custom Tackle track mounted on the gunwales near the rear seating areas on my 1800 Lund Fisherman (similar layout to yours IIRC). I can install rod holders (Cabela's on an adapter plate) or Downriggers as conditions warrent. Up front I use the same Cabela's holders but rail mounted.

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fishingbuddy

Thanks looking at it again I think the flush mount is the way to go. Trolling the St Croix.

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