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Detmerdj
04-02-2015, 12:07 PM
I'm wanting to get set up for spider rigging. I have a Ranger Cherokee.
Which is better, a set of single pole holders or a t-bar style multiple holder set up?

"G"
04-02-2015, 12:15 PM
They are both good....I like the T bars though......Spyder Loks are the way to go.

scrat
04-02-2015, 12:18 PM
Check these out: And Mr. Johnson can get you started out right.
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scrat
04-02-2015, 12:25 PM
And also check Mr. Johnsons Millennium boat seats out also your bottom side will appreciate it.
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Yadkin Guide
04-02-2015, 05:57 PM
If you are going to spider-rig or longline then you will need a T-Bar. If you do not want to drill any holes in your boat check out my website at Extreme Fishing Concepts (http://www.ExtremeFishingConcepts.com) We also carry a full line of Driftmaster equipment to complete you set up. You can also call us for information on how to turn your boat into a crappie machine with no holes drilled.

stanimals2
04-02-2015, 06:16 PM
Check your regulations first, here in ohio we can only use 2 poles per firsherman and I fish alone alot of times ( its my solitude ) so a spyder set up isnt much good. I have 2 rod holders on the front and 2 on the back so I can long line or spyder off the bow.

Detmerdj
04-02-2015, 07:38 PM
I live in Missouri, we can have up to 33 hooks as long as an address is on the rods.

Detmerdj
04-02-2015, 08:02 PM
Also, Im not sure if having a t-bar will get in the way of my trolling motor when stowing it.
I don't mind drilling a few holes in the boat. Even if I went with a single holder set up I would have it on a track system.

scrat
04-02-2015, 08:53 PM
Detmerdj; My wife and I fish with 6 poles each for a total of 12 hooks and you can fish 33 Wow! Sometimes when they are biting good or we come through a school of crappie we will catch several at one time. This is when it gets real good 3 to 4 fish at one time in the boat and we are trying to keep everything from tangling up. I love it and untangling is not so bad when you are catching fish. If your wife has a candelabra you could borrow it for a while to see if gets in the way of your trolling motor just set it at different places in the boat or go to google and look on images of your boat to see how others have rigged their boats like yours. Alway better to have too much than not enough is my opinion and you won't have to buy twice.:twocents

Detmerdj
04-03-2015, 03:19 PM
Well I just bought a t-bar system from bass pro just to see what it would look like with my trolling motor and Im going to have to go to a single rod holder on one side so that I can quickly fold one or two of them down when I stow my TM.
Maybe I should just go ahead and upgrade to a bigger boat, Im not sure how I'm going to fit a transport rack and all these rod holders...

eagle 1
04-03-2015, 05:03 PM
197701:cheers2

Tom 513
04-03-2015, 09:49 PM
Well I just bought a t-bar system from bass pro just to see what it would look like with my trolling motor and Im going to have to go to a single rod holder on one side so that I can quickly fold one or two of them down when I stow my TM.
Maybe I should just go ahead and upgrade to a bigger boat, Im not sure how I'm going to fit a transport rack and all these rod holders...
Normally if You mount a 4 pole T bar in the center of Your bow, a trolling motor that mounts diagonally should clear when deployed, My Cumberland 360 can be slid side to side for adjusting. I able to keep 4- 14ft poles with spinning reels neatly on the deck of My Pt175 and still have walking room on the decks, no need for a vertical type transport holder