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Old 01 April 2012, 07:26   #1
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dive flag holder/pole

Any good dive flag holders that can be flipped down when not in use?
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Old 03 April 2012, 09:15   #2
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I used to use a fishing rod holder than was flip down able, then had the flag on a pole that was placed in said holder when required. Now have a nice piece of stainless attached that does the same job.
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I used to use a fishing rod holder than was flip down able, then had the flag on a pole that was placed in said holder when required.
Out of curiosity, if you were removing the pole, why would the holder need to flip down?

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Old 03 April 2012, 11:15   #4
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painter/decoraters aluminium or aloominum telescopic extention poles make good flag or nav light poles,
couple of nylon clips fastened to the transom and can be unclipped or clipped on .
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I use a peice of 3/4" schedule 80 PVC as a flag pole. It fits into a piece of ABS tube about 1-1/4" ID I bolted onto the edge of my seat. The pole just lies alongside the tube when not in use.
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Old 05 April 2012, 15:26   #6
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Out of curiosity, if you were removing the pole, why would the holder need to flip down?

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No reason, just the bracket it came with allowed it to.
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I love this one although its not flip down. They make it with a single pennant or a double. I keep the colors going then add the dive flag when necessary.

These guys do amazing work.

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We have just knocked one up out of a stainless antenna mount and tube, it can be folded down when not in use or if we want to put up/take down the flag. Will get a pic sometime.
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I bought a SS flagpole from ebay and then mounted a ss flagstaff mount on the a frame.
I take the pole off except when diving by having both drilled to take a SS R clip.
The flag is quite big so don't want to leave up when moving fast.
I just throw the pole and flag down the side of the console when not needed
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I just zip-tied a couple of plastic d-rings to my VHF Antenna (it's a 5' glass jobbie, mounted to the top of my arch). Pop a couple of small snap clips of your choosing through the grommets on the flag and you're all set.
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Take a look at our flag poles that fit into fishing rod holders.
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