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I've been thinking of ways to fix bee-readys to the back so rods could be thrown easily in three directions without using two bee-readys.   Left is for perpendicular from the boat, middle is diagonally off the back corner and right is straight out the back.  On the other side, the bar will be in L shape to accomplish my goal.



Last Edit: February 12, 2012, 03:51:14 PM by dodgeman

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I like it!!




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Now that dog will hunt. Great ideer!




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Nice and crafty Dodgeman, I like it!  icon_biggrin  I might have to try that corner idea on my new rig icon_cool



Last Edit: February 13, 2012, 04:14:20 AM by Chad L

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Looks good..  might want a flat bar between the two outside holders for a little more strength.



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Just bought a boat and trying to outfit it for catfishing and easily transform it to crappie fishing as well.  Do you have any problems with the catfish pulling the rods out of the bee readys?  It looks as if they are fairly parallel with the water.  I'm used to a pretty high angle for the rod tip.

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Looks good..  might want a flat bar between the two outside holders for a little more strength.

I considered adding addition metal to it for strength.  I'll test it this way and make needed adjustments.




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Just bought a boat and trying to outfit it for catfishing and easily transform it to crappie fishing as well.  Do you have any problems with the catfish pulling the rods out of the bee readys?  It looks as if they are fairly parallel with the water.  I'm used to a pretty high angle for the rod tip.

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Dont worry, That ain't gonna happen...ive seen and hooked up enough fish to guarantee you won't be disappointed! You can get the adjustable bee Readys if you want them angled higher. Go by Ed's shop and he can demo and set your boat up!




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I've been thinking of ways to fix bee-readys to the back so rods could be thrown easily in three directions without using two bee-readys.   Left is for perpendicular from the boat, middle is diagonally off the back corner and right is straight out the back.  On the other side, the bar will be in L shape to accomplish my goal.
Honestly, I don't think it'll work. I don't see any bailin' wire or duct tape.  icon_cool



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  Someone is always thinking...Great idea !!!!!!!!.....Tracks



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It works pretty good




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