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No Handlez

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stakeout pole, pole anchor or whatever you call these
« on: October 12, 2017, 05:53:54 PM »
So a little about these i buy the poles in bulk not from china made here and they're not the cheap white ones you see around sometimes that get chalky i started making them because i wasnt going to buy one from bass pro for $100 for a 6ft pole...i designed and 3d print the handles and its printed in petg which is pretty hard and durable in the pics i wont have it with the leash because i attach those permanently but im selling 3 versions of this pole and if you want it shorter than 8ft (not recommended for the price) i will cut it down for you, the poles are 8ft long and 3/4 inch thick with a pointed tip in light whitewash grey color

1.)just the pole no handle you supply whatever grip you find locally or on the internet $40

2.)the pole with my 3d printed handle $45

3.)the pole with my handle and the leash and ring set up $50

im also selling my tester pole which has been around now for a year and 4 months not in the shade outside with the rain and elements never once stored(it wouldnt be a tester if i didnt)
for $35

one last thing i can print the handles in diff colors solid colors no crazy tyedye stuff and also in glow in the dark plastic too but i need about a week for order of raw plastic to print with

so text first (813)785-1344

i can also get these poles in 1 inch versions for boats if anyone is interested i can look up a price for you

« Last Edit: October 17, 2017, 06:21:04 PM by No Handlez »

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Re: stakeout pole, pole anchor or whatever you call these
« Reply #1 on: October 14, 2017, 03:59:55 PM »
One thing you might want to experiment with is putting a length of pool noodle at the top of the pole with a little adjustable bracket with a hole drilled in it to attach a rope if you are not directly attaching the pole to your kayak or boat.

Depending on how heavy the pole is and how much pool noodle is added, if you accidentally drop the pole in the water the top end will float and you can easily retrieve it.

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Re: stakeout pole, pole anchor or whatever you call these
« Reply #2 on: October 15, 2017, 08:25:49 PM »
yeah that would work on the leash section most definitely thanks for checking it out though



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