Walleye Rod Holder Setup

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Walleye Rod Holder Setup

Walleye Rod Holder Setup

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Thanks much guys. This realy helps
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In the Spring 2007 issue of The Next Bite -0 Esox Angler Magazine, Gary Parsons had a nice article on setting up your "Fishing Stations" for optimum efficiency ... the diagram below (taken from that article) may help in showing you a general lay-out for rod holder placement. [url=http://www.thenextbite.com/site_images/Tundra21-top-view-copy.jpg]Fishing Stations Boat Lay-Out Diagram[/url] May Your Next Bite Be The BIG One!!!! [url=http://www.thenextbite.com/site/featured_author.cfm?owner=1DEAD603-6137-... Boyd[/b][/i][/url] TNB Moderator/Administrator

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both where and how many are up to you. you really need to sit in your boat and think about where it is easy to get to your rods, still open compartments and how high up you want your rods to be. you should at least have 2 holders on each side spaced approximately 9 inches apart (this also depends if you want 3 or 4 holders on each side) and also mount 1 holders at the back of each corner. these holders come in very handy.. running bouncers off the back, or when you have a fish on an outside rod you can reel the inside rod in till the board is about 6 ft from the rod tip, place the rod in the opposite side rod holder (rear) with the board running a few feet behind the big motor but still a fishable rod and bring in the outside rod without much problem. reset the outside rod and run it back out then move that inside rod back out. ive taken alot of fish with the board only a few feet behind the big motor. there are a few other uses for that rear mounted rod holder... but thats a start. hope that helps ebijack

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I want to get into trolling for walleyes. I have a Tracker deep V 17, a Yanaha kicker motor and front mounted, remote control electric motor. What I want to know is where and how many rod holder placements are best?
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