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    I have a Field and Stream 10ft fishing pontoon boat purchased at Dicks. Trying to figure how to install a spider rig on the boat. Any help/advice would be appreciated. Pop

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    I believe DitchBasser spider rigs from a Kayak.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pop View Post
    I have a Field and Stream 10ft fishing pontoon boat purchased at Dicks. Trying to figure how to install a spider rig on the boat. Any help/advice would be appreciated. Pop
    You need position it where you can easily grab the rods without having to lean way forward.
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    Iíve seen several nice setups. Some that just had the individual rod holders mounted along the sides but the coolest is one that utilized a bar running across the kayak and then the rods attached to that.

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    with this setup though it is on rails so you could slide it forward and back to adjust. How could it be positioned yet still be out of the way for paddling etc? Iím not sure, this is just an idea I saw. Iím sure something could be made instead of buying this one. Itís just the idea.

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    Here is a link to another thread with good info.

    https://www.crappie.com/crappie/kaya...tech-question/

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    The first set of pictures on the above thread is a set of HiTec rod holders that I had mounted on one of my old kayaks. I am still using the same set-up and am on my 3rd kayak that I have used it on. I mount it on T tracks and it is easy and quick to take on and off.

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    I’ll have some Hi-Tek stuff for sale one day soon. Pm me I’d thats something you might be interested in.
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