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How to make a Rod Holder for Surf Fishing
How to make a Rod Holder
for Surf Fishing

     Friday, April 03, 2020
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How to make a Rod Holder for firm ground for Surf Fishing

Rod Holders for firm ground or earth can be made with a metal rod and PVC pipe. A 3 foot long inch diameter metal rod is used. A short 1 or 2 foot length of 2 inch diameter PVC pipe is secured in the metal rod with two hose clamps. We like to leave a 1/4 to 1/2 inch piece of the metal rod exposed above the PVC pipe in case the metal rod needs to be pounded into the ground with a rock. The Rod Holder can easily be pushed into firm ground or earth and will support a fishing rod. This type of rod holder is not good for sand because the rod holder will twist and turn with the wave action.
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