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  1. #26
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aemmer View Post
    Pocket Fisherman!
    Would that be the "Popeil Pocket Fisherman" from RonCo? lol...
    2011 Salsa Mukluk / 2006 KTM 400 EXC

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    why not get a plastic rod holder from outdoor world and rig it up by the stays with some zip ties. that's what i'd do. lol

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    I use one of those folding camping chairs that have a nice bag with strap -- well remove the chair and the bag holds a 6' 2, piece spinning rod and reel nicely. You can actually ride some fairly rough trails like this, just watch for low hanging trees.
    26FS & 29Rigid... best of both worlds

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    Not Cheating, I wish I had that setup!

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    I'm looking for solutions for my new pugsley, only for a surf rod. Thanks for the pic!
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    Reel rests in bottle cage, Surly junk strap holds it perfectly to the top tube. Tackle box in a backpack. Worked like a charm.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dadat40 View Post
    I use a Diawa ultra/light break-down that has a cool carry box it fits in my creel then strap creel to camel-back.
    Same here. (This happens to be my touring bike, but I carry it on my MTB, too. Just don't have any pictures!)
    Carrying a fishing Rod. Show your setup!-fisingbike.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by nickzanin View Post
    I'm looking for solutions for my new pugsley, only for a surf rod. Thanks for the pic!
    Check out a fishing site (StripersOnline.com) has plenty of info on it about surf rigged bikes for the Cape Cod canal.

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    You could always just get a Cogburn rack. They have racks for guns, bows, and ice fishing gear. I sure one would work for surf fishing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CHIEF500 View Post
    Check out a fishing site (StripersOnline.com) has plenty of info on it about surf rigged bikes for the Cape Cod canal.

    yep check canal cruisers.

    One of the best ones I saw on a mountain bike , the rod tubes were attached to the rack like below. For the life of me I can't find that pic.

    Last edited by JohnFL; 04-12-2014 at 10:56 PM. Reason: typo

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    I used a four piece take down for this chubby bow on the Grand Mesa of Colorado a few years ago. The rod and reel were tied on my day pack.


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