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skiptomylu
03-31-2005, 08:52 AM
http://www.edswebshop.com/BoatsWBeeReadys.htm

I have a pontoon boat and the tall holder is perfect to get the holder over my rails. You can mount these on anything and with or without the riser. It can even be mounted on a 5 gal bucket!!!

I have a Driftmaster and I like it just fine, but it's not as good as the Be Ready IMHO! Just take a few minuted to look around this site and you can see how many ways this type holder works.

I have absolutely nothing to gain from this because all I am is a satisfied customer.

Oh I forgot, just click on the names on the left side of page to see their boats!

Moose1am
03-31-2005, 11:41 AM
Thanks mate for posting the link to those pictures. Man those are nice looking rod holders.
http://www.edswebshop.com/BoatsWBeeReadys.htm

I have a pontoon boat and the tall holder is perfect to get the holder over my rails. You can mount these on anything and with or without the riser. It can even be mounted on a 5 gal bucket!!!

I have a Driftmaster and I like it just fine, but it's not as good as the Be Ready IMHO! Just take a few minuted to look around this site and you can see how many ways this type holder works.

I have absolutely nothing to gain from this because all I am is a satisfied customer.

Oh I forgot, just click on the names on the left side of page to see their boats!

skiptomylu
04-01-2005, 03:32 PM
Your welcome!
I have 4 of the bases, 2 risers and 2 triple holders. This way I can move the risers around from front to back with ease. I can have them all in front or back or all on one side.

Bart
04-01-2005, 08:42 PM
I agree! Very simple design, reasonably priced, catches fish. I'm getting Bee Ready's to set up for spider rigging.

whizkids
04-03-2005, 07:56 PM
I agree! Very simple design, reasonably priced, catches fish. I'm getting Bee Ready's to set up for spider rigging.------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ How can they be adjusted to get the rod tips close to the water for spider rigging? Different lengths rods, different angle needed. How do they adjust?

skiptomylu
04-04-2005, 07:24 AM
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ How can they be adjusted to get the rod tips close to the water for spider rigging? Different lengths rods, different angle needed. How do they adjust?
Here is some answer from another board where they discuss these a great length and many of the guys there use them.

"Only minor adjustments, as the way you mount the base, if you look close there is a slight angle to the base mount, the base which will allow a closer rod tip to the water, if you rotate the base and the riser in that position. If you counter rotate the rods will stay in a higher upright position, as in if you are drift fishing for cats. Great product! I have great confidence in."

"You can fine tune each individual holder by loosening the screw that holds them to the plate. The best rod holder you will ever use."


This above comes from the Texas Fishing Forum at the crappie board. This board has also had some really big discussions on spider rigging.

Also I have talked to the guy that I gave the link to his site and if you call him I am sure he would be happy to answer any questions you may have!

Bart
04-04-2005, 08:32 AM
There are two pre defined settings for up and down. You cannot adjust them beyond this.. unless you do some custom stuff. But out of the box, they have two verticle settings.

skiptomylu
04-04-2005, 11:35 AM
There are two pre defined settings for up and down. You cannot adjust them beyond this.. unless you do some custom stuff. But out of the box, they have two verticle settings.

And? I don't guess I see what you problem is, sorry.

You can shim under the lake side to raise the pole up or under the boat side to lower the tips toward the water. Hope this helps.

With the adjustable one you can also set them at any angle left or right, so I don't understand what the trouble may be? I know with the type of spider rig I use it's not a problem since they all fish pretty straight down.

As for trolling with my troll motor I don't use but 2 rods on each side, with one 10' rod and one shorter rod. Personally I don't need more than 4 rods out when trolling anyway.

olelucky
04-04-2005, 04:19 PM
How well do the poles stay in the holder? They look like it would be easy to loose a pole out of them.

Bart
04-04-2005, 05:36 PM
Skippy,

Why would you quote me and ask what the problem is? I simply quoted a factual post from the TFF just as you did. I like the Bee Ready's.

skiptomylu
04-04-2005, 06:03 PM
Skippy,

Why would you quote me and ask what the problem is? I simply quoted a factual post from the TFF just as you did. I like the Bee Ready's.

Just because I was not getting your point. I was not trying to question your like or dislike, just didn't understand what was the meaning of your post.

Sorry for the misunderstanding!

Oh and only one girl from my childhood ever called me skippy, LOL! All others have called me skipper or just plane old skip.

skiptomylu
04-04-2005, 06:07 PM
olelucky the ones I have hold the rod great and you have to lift the rod up to get the rod out. I don't really think a fish would pull a rod out of the holder.

And just to make sure, lol, I tie a line on my rod handle when fishing for large Cats.

papasage
04-04-2005, 08:37 PM
i like my home made the best i can ajust them anyway i want to