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By Shannon - Posted on 15 February 2013

We would like to introduce you to the latest sponsor, Hi-Tek Stuff!

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Hi-Tek products are designed and manufactured for serious outdoorsmen by serious outdoorsmen. They are manufactured in the good ol' USA, not imported from "across the pond" like many other models. If you are looking for great products for the outdoors, you have come to the right place.

Hi-Tek Rod Holder ImageHi-Tek Rod Holders are all aluminum construction and allow for rod tip adjustment both vertically and horizontally. This allows you to position your rod tip exactly where you need it to be.

With the use of a wrench, loosen one bolt to adjust each individual holder to the exact position you need and then tighten the bolt and get ready for the fishing action. Individual holders slide anywhere along the t-bar and they can be spaced to meet your own personal preference.

The t-bar will rotate 360 degrees on top of the riser post but can be tightened so that it will not turn. The mounting plate is mounted in the floor of the boat and has female dovetail cut into it. The riser post has a male dovetail allowing it to slide in the mounting plate. Tighten one bolt and it is ready for fishing. Loosen the one bolt and it is ready to remove, it is that simple!


Please call with any custom request and we will try our best to meet your needs.

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Great rod holders,easy to adjust,easy on & off the boat if needed, glad john told me about them 2 years ago!

Steve Shepard

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