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Discussion in 'Pictures & Videos' started by ZZ13, Feb 2, 2016.
Boat in the slip next to me. There are more in the back half of the boat.
He must own a rod holder company! You can see 38, so there must be at least 50!
Might be time to move Bill...........
Shaking my head here. :huh:
Bet it rains harder inside the boat that outside.................
LOL! Wow... that's overkill and reminds me of this guy that I saw last summer but in a different way....crappy boat and way too much protection. As the Billy Currington song goes "God is great, beer is good, and people are CRAZY".
I love how people mock the things they don't understand.
NO! that's a NEW boat owner! I like the GPS on the outside of the window, so cool!
I got a hunch fishing some places on the ocean can be different than on Lake Chickamauga.
LOL! I have no rod holders (but thanks to the late Dominic - PLENTY of cup holders!) and you can't eat the fish on the TN River! No fishing for me!
Just because you can doesn't mean you should!!!! Here's your sign......
Maybe they are for these. http://www.boatoutfitters.com/rod-holder-cup-holder
Just counted them. 63 total includes 6 on the Bimini frame. Boat is a 34' Sea Vee. All rod holders have the Sea Vee logo on them. So maybe a factory install.
OK! - That I can see!
Good call!!! Here's a pic from their website....
Some comments show your ignorance.
+2 I thought about explaining why there are so many rod holders on that boat. But after reading the thread I thought why bother.
You could explain it, but they still wouldn't get it.
Why don't you give it a run Tom.
A rod holder every six inches on the gunnels and 20 more in the cockpit seems a bit nuts!
But please enlighten us so the next time we see something like this we are a bit better informed.
Sorry that I am "ignorant", but since I am not a fisherman, perhaps you two could get off of your high horse and give us lowly non-fishermen an explanation...