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Muskie Fishing -> Muskie Boats and Motors -> Modog Runnin Rod Rack
Message Subject: Modog Runnin Rod Rack
Jerry Newman
Posted 3/13/2018 9:58 PM (#896530)
Subject: Modog Runnin Rod Rack

Location: 31
I purchased my second Modog Runnin Rod Rack recently and I wanted to share another great experience.

Besides the obvious; I really like this accessory because it has just enough room to stand on for casting, and they're so much nicer to lean against in rough seas than the fiberglass while trolling.

He made this one to my specifications, plus carpeted those lame tool holders by the live well for me with some carpet scraps. I'm pretty sure he would build just about anything made out of plywood and carpet, including casting platforms.

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Posted 3/16/2018 10:11 PM (#899104 - in reply to #896530)
Subject: Re: Modog Runnin Rod Rack

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Looks quite nice!!
Posted 3/17/2018 7:37 AM (#899129 - in reply to #899104)
Subject: Re: Modog Runnin Rod Rack

Those really are nice to have and he sure does a great job making them. I wanted one from him but he would not make it so it was removable and I didn't like that it was screwed into the glass. I tried to tell him how to do it but he would not listen to Soooo, I made my own and have done 2 of them. Both turned out really nice too and are easily removable.

Edited by 4amuskie 3/17/2018 7:40 AM
Jerry Newman
Posted 3/19/2018 7:29 PM (#899388 - in reply to #899129)
Subject: Re: Modog Runnin Rod Rack

Location: 31
Yeah he does a nice job, very professional... and it sounds like he has some competition too LOL!

I'm not surprised he wouldn't make one for you because he wouldn't make one with seat post plug-ins for me either... concerned with the potential for problem/lawsuit.
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