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    jetskibrian's Avatar
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    Nov 2009
    Poquoson Virginia

    Rod Holders --How Many Are Enough?

    I brought my ski to Martins Custom Structures in Gloucester Virginia today for some addittional rod holders. After using it a couple of times since it was rigged I realized that all of of my rod holders were pitched out at an angle. This is not alway good when I am pulling into a dock or working the plies of a bridge. I pulled up to Albert's shop and in thirty minutes I had three more aluminum rod holders welded on to my jet ski in a vertical posistion. Now I think I have enough with a total of eleven. Here are a couple of pictures and this mornings sunrise;

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    Never Time To Ride antoniodef's Avatar
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    Nov 2006
    Waterford, Michigan
    I like how clean your ski is. There is a lot of stuff on it, but it doesn't look like a bunch of chicken wire and duct tape. You can tell it was all though out.

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    Oct 2010
    There's no such thing as to many, although you could reason that there is a practical limit at some point.

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    We use three flush mounts and works great for trolling.

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