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Millennium Marine R500 Rail Mount Rod Holder

The new Millennium Marine R500 Rod Holder makes it easy and simple to add rod holders to pontoon boats or boats that have existing rails.The R500 Rod Holder mounts seamlessly to round or square-tube rails from ¾ to 1-1/2 inches.

Anodized aluminum construction ensures the R500 Rod Holder will stand up to the elements in both freshwater and saltwater environments. Patented Spyderlok Technology guarantees incremental locking angles and a 360° rotation, and it has a rugged design that will last a lifetime. Rubber-coated contact points protect an angler’s favorite rods from damage.

The R500 Rod Holder allows the angler to set up the boat to troll, drift or still-fish with ease. The R500 Rod Holder is a great value that will add to your fishing arsenal and success.

Product Features:

  • Mounts to ¾- to 1-1/2- inch rails
  • Anodized aluminum construction
  • Fits pontoons or boats with an existing rail
  • Easy and securely mounts, no holes to drill
  • Spyderlok Technology ensures precise, secure locking angles
  • 360° rod holder rotation
  • One-year warranty


Material: Anodized aluminum

Weight: 2.2 lbs.

At Millennium Outdoors, manufacturer of Millennium Treestands, Ol’ Man Treestands, and Millennium Marine, we are committed to ensuring each hunter and angler can make the most out of every season, from the big bucks in the fall, to gobblers in the spring, from redfish on flats, to crappie and bass in lakes, and every species and season in between. From innovative hang-on and ladder stands to ground blind chairs, fishing seats, and rod holders, Millennium Outdoors and its brands are dedicated to providing quality products to avid outdoor enthusiasts. Millennium’s reputation has been built on comfort, safety, quality, and versatility that hunters and anglers recognize and appreciate. More information on all the company’s products is available at www.millenniumstands.com.

For more information, please visit WWW.MILLENNIUMMARINE.COM

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