Ty Konkle [FV-Catfishing] chooses Driftmaster two position rod holders on his custom rod bar. He sets the B’n’M rods at the 30-degree to suspend or as shown in this photo, at the 50-degree position to anchor fish.
Catfish Gear #027 — Practical, Rugged, and Convenient – Driftmaster Fishing Rod Holders
Driftmaster Rod Holders are considered the standard of the industry by many anglers. They are based on years of angler testing on the water and continued improvements in the shop.
With models available for all different fishing situations, Driftmaster products enjoy a reputation for excellence in quality, dependability, and service. They have a variety of different bases that allow the holders to be fitted to any boat under any circumstances. Driftmaster Rod Holders are designed with longevity and durability in mind.
“We design our products to last a long time,” says Driftmaster owner David Baynard. “They are designed to be used by a good size man on a rough day. You never know what he might grab during the trip. We don’t want anything breaking because it is not strong enough.”
Driftmaster Rod Holders are built for function, but also for the fact that people use their boats for different things. The result is a product line that can be easily removed from the boat. When the family goes water skiing they don’t need the various rod holders and accessories cluttering up the boat. With Driftmaster that is not a problem, since they can be taken off in minutes.
Baynard takes great pride in the company’s ability to match rod holders to specific boats and fishing requirements. Regardless of your boat design, Driftmaster can provide a set of rod holders for it.
Driftmaster products are American Made in South Carolina and carry a lifetime unconditional warranty!
“If any of our products ever break just send it to us and get a new one,” says Baynard. “We do not require a receipt or proof of purchase. We know that it’s ours and if it breaks, we are going to stand behind it.”
For information on Driftmaster and Black River Tools visit the website at www.driftmaster.com or call 803-473-4927.