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Old 30 November 2004, 15:36   #1
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Rodholders and ribs

Thats the way like we make our rodholders.(For fishing with multipel rods on sandy bottoms) RVS 316 construction connected to the A-frame with hydraulic pipeholders.
You are able to take them away for a decent sunday family trip.
Hope you can use them on your boat to.
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Old 30 November 2004, 21:55   #2
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We just fish with two rods ,but find the back of the pod seats to be ideal to mount the rod holders.
Also have the live bait tank mounted to the deck back there with a transom mounted 360 rule pump, circulating the water.
Fish mainly for Bonita/Yellowtail in the summer and Halibut/ barracuda/Bass in the winter.
Tight lines,
cheers Dal
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Old 01 December 2004, 14:11   #3
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Any pictures of hooked fish limeydal ?
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Old 01 December 2004, 18:30   #4
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Afraid not quite in your league yet!
Have 2 young boys whose attention span is about 30 mins. So usually go after the smaller stuff which we can catch more often and quicker.
The two are sand bass ,which we catch in the bays here and the last one a string of Golden and rainbow trout which we take the boat up to the local lakes.(good chance to flush the salt out!! )
Will try and take the camera out on more outings as we are catching Halibut at the moment(just small 20" or so) drat!! need to be 22" to be legal over here!!!
The 20" look as though they would make a good meal with a plate of chips but not worth loosing your tackle over if caught by Fish and Game.
cheers Dal
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Old 02 December 2004, 13:33   #5
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Nice looking fish,totaly unown for us.
Are you satisfied from your engine?
My fishpartner ordered a Suzuki 140 HP model for his rib,but we have no experience with Suzuki.
Thanks for pics and reply.

Greetings
Philippe
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Old 03 December 2004, 00:34   #6
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Philippe,
Must admit to being a Suzuki fan!
Ran a small 40HP 2 stroke oil injected for a number of years and it never put a foot wrong.
That's the main reason I went for Suzuki again when I went for the new boat.That together with several Navy's using them (think I saw the Swedish Navy choosing them last! )
Very responsive engine and the 90HP seems plenty of power for the 5.5m XS-rib.
Think he will be very pleased with it;
cheers Dal
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Old 30 October 2006, 08:27   #7
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ribfisher

hi ribfisher, the first post you did you had those pictures of those rod holders i was wondering where you got them from
post back m8
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