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Driftmaster 1st sponsor

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By Ray - Posted on 08 May 2009

I am pleased to announce Driftmaster has signed on as the first Platinum sponsor of After twenty-five years of crafting rod holders for anglers around the country, the folks at Driftmaster still enjoy finding new ways to help you catch fish. They listen to anglers to learn what techniques are being used to catch fish today, then apply thirty years experience in rod holder design and manufacturing to develop products that utilize those techniques and are tough enough to withstand just about anything you can throw at them.

They are located in Manning, South Carolina near the shores of the world famous Santee Cooper lakes. All of the products sold by Black River Tools are manufactured in the Manning facility. They buy their raw materials within the United States. “Competing with larger companies who import their products has its challenges; we do it with hard work and continuous innovation. We eat, sleep, and drink this stuff.” says David Baynard, Calvin’s son and vice president of Black River Tools, Inc.

I ask that you members take a good look at the products that bring you the site free of charge.

tnjeff's picture

If any of you guys have not try Driftmaster,you need to give them a try, they are the best rod holder I have found.


Beau Butler's picture

If they make a better rod holder somewhere, I've yet to find it. Everything about them says "quality". thanks

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