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Hey someone got the jump on my idea.My version was a cordura pistol holster.Cut part of the holder off and re glue the belt loop 90 degrees.

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LOL, I can see myself running with the rod still in the holder and slapping me in the face! That wouldnt be too fun.
But it sure looks like a cool invention though.

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I can see a bunch of fisherman forgetting to take them off when fishing is over and walking into gas stations, restaurants, and bars wearing their rod holders.

Could be a new trend in fashion.

We might have to add this to the list of revolutionary ice fishing items everybody needs for this winter grin.gif

Seriously though it could be a very useful item.

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Might as well make a beverage holder attachment for it too! LOL Imagine that one.

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they had 1 or 2 booths last year at the ice show with devices like this. i think its pretty lazy myself. my luck if i used one of these while sitting and forgot to hold onto my rod when I stood back up, it would point the rod down, fall out and down the hole my rod would go.....

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Actually, it doesn't work that way.

When you stand up your rod stays pointing in the same direction as when sitting.

You can actually carry your rods in the holder if you swivel it up.

You can also jig them and set the hook just by differant leg movements. They look funny at first.

However, after using them extensively they definitely have a place for plenty of ice fishermen out there.

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They work great for stream trout anglers, shore fishermen, trollers, and disabled anglers.

Can you think of any other situations these might come in handy for?

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