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2018 AOTY/DOTY Entry

Topic: Scotty low-pro gear track  (Read 224 times)

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Crum

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Hey all, anybody try the new Scotty gear tracks?  I'm wondering if they will accommodate other brand equipment.   I'm thinking the 1" would be perfect for the Yak Attack cupholder I won at the Crabfest on the mod pod of mt OK t13.  Thanks


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I was considering adding a six incher to my Outback until I heard that since they are plastic I would not want to use it to mount a rod holder (what I was considering it for) because a large fish could break the track.  Not only would you lose the fish, but your gear as well.  As a cup holder they would be fine.


 

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