Rod holders are an important part of the equation when you're setting up a
fishing boat. The most obvious reason being, the angler doesn't have to
physically hold the rod themselves to wait for a strike. This in itself can be a
chore without the use of a rod holder, holding a rod in hand for hours will
cause fatigue and can take the fun out of the fishing trip, especially in bad
The use of one or multiple rod holders will allow the angler to keep their attention on other factors that can make them more successful like the electronics and boat control. Spreading multiple rod holders out across the back of the boat will help keep your fishing rods organized and lines tangle-free. This puts your rods within easy reach when the fish strikes.
Whether trolling drifting or anchor fishing, rod holders offer anglers with simple solution to a common problem, allowing an angler to up his odds by employing the many different fishing techniques when out on the water.
Not only that, but they come in pretty handy when you take a day to just relax, grab a sandwich and a drink with confidence in knowing your pole will be fine while you patiently wait on the fish to find your bait.