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Rod Holders

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I need some help guys.......I have an '05 Alumacraft Tournament Pro 175 tiller and I am wanting to buy some rod holders to mount in it. I need some info. on what the best brands and models are. I also want to be able to remove the holders when I am not using them. How hard/easy is it to mount the bases on my boat?

Any info. is greatly appreciated!!

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Scott's makes a nice rod holder. They mount to the boat with four screws, but you do have to cut an opening for the base of the holder. The rod holder its self is removable and base is flat. I have five bases in my boat and three rod holders, so you can move them around.

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I agree, Scotty's will do well for you. There are 3 mounting options for scottys. side, top, and railing.

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I put some holders on last year a well. Spent about $75 for the whole works -- Never used them once -- Now whoever buys my old boat will get those too. crazy.gif

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