Pole holder for spider rig

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By dorena - Posted on 14 January 2013

Hi, Just found this site and wish I would have seen it sooner. I went to Sardis on Jan 7th and never caught a fish. Only a have full of boats on the lake and they weren't biting. Only people fishing in the spillway water as it was being released. My question is how to store my spider rig rods while moving my boat from one late to another. It is too much trouble to take them apart every time. I moved from Sardis to Grenada and left my poles together while traveling. I held the 14' poles together with bungie cords. It took forever to untangle them.. What is the best way to tie the poles down while traveling without taking them apart? I have 8 poles, 18' lowe roughneck boat.
Thanks, Mike

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Points that are in a creek, bay or on the main lake that are not associated with the junction of two major bodies of water. Besides primary or main points, all other points on the main lake and in the bays are secondary points.

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