Cascade Creek YakCatcher Clip-On Fishing Rod Holder


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Cascade Creek YakCatcher Clip-On Fishing Rod Holder - Dick's Sporting Goods
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Get ready for a relaxing day of fishing on the lake with the Cascade Creek® YakCatcher™ Clip-On Fishing Rod Holder. This rod holder is a snap to install and does not require drilling holes in your canoe or kayak. No tools are needed! This versatile holder is also adjustable and removable.

  • Clip-on fishing rod holder for canoes and kayaks
  • Installs in seconds
  • No holes to drill
  • No tools needed
  • Adjustable and removable
  • Cascade Creek
Country of Origin: China
Web ID: 12773613

Customer Reviews:

Rated 3.3 out of 5 by 17 reviewers.
Rated 1 out of 5 by won't stay on won't stay on. won't stay up. left it in the middle of the road on Harkers Island. October 21, 2016
Rated 1 out of 5 by Doesn't fit or lock in place I made the ultimate mistake of buying two of these. I own a Potomac sit in kayak and this does not clip in well. 1) it's hard to get open to fit around the lip of the kayak. That wouldn't be a problem if that mechanism helped it clamp harder on the kayak. It does not do that. It just difficult get on the lip, but comes off very easily. 2# The plunger that is supposed to tighten the clip to the kayak does the opposite. It makes it very easy for the holder to come off the kayak. It's much easier to slip off and the slightest amount of weight pulls the holder off. 3# Limited angle of the rod holder. Because of the plunger being directly center of the clamping ring, the rod holder can only be at a shallow angle. If the angle is any higher then the plunger screw prevents the rod from being able to be locked in securely. My experience with this was tinkering with it for a while to get it to stay on and feel like it might hold my rods. Paddled out into the middle of the bay, cast the first rod, and placed it in the holder. As I was getting the second rod ready while drifting I just so happened to catch the rod holder before falling in the water with my rod in it. Performed more tinkering with to get it steady #while in the kayak on the water). Needless to say, by the end of the day I lost a rod #and all the tackle on it). Had to kayak to the beach to take off the holders and now just had added weight in my bag which caused uncomfort the rest of the trip because of not having a real place to put them. Definitely do not buy this. August 26, 2015
Rated 3 out of 5 by it's okay but.... bought this two days ago. tried it last night and it was horrible, played around with it tonight and got it working much better but still, I can't really rate it very highly. 1. the ring that turns to lock unlock the front to keep the rod in is a horrible design, is difficult to open and close, and is just as likely to fall out as it is to stay in place. If I keep it I will probably superglue it shut and be done with it. 2. The mounting system itself is a decent idea, but it's very difficult to get it to work. the past two days of use and experimenting with it I could never get it mounted securely enough to trust it to hold my rod while on the water. After examining the mount itself very closely, as well as the construction of the cockpit lip in my Jackson Ibis, I finally found a way to mount it that I THINK will be secure enough. I'd reccomend a yakattack rail system over this hands down. October 1, 2014
Rated 2 out of 5 by A bit sloppy It dose not hold on to my plastic canoe very well it flops around quite a bit. I plan on seeing if it will fit better on my brothers aluminum canoe. July 25, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by A little pricey This is a very convenient rod holder for a 'yak, if you like the idea of being able to remove it (I do). It does not clamp on quite as well as I would like, but does the job. My only drawback was the price ($30). July 9, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Fishing Works perfect and you don't have to drill a hole in your kayak July 8, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great pole holder Works great can mount it anywhere on the kayak you want and locks your rod in May 13, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by Just a waste of money This item will not stay in place, nor does it create a good enough anchor against anything on the kayak to keep the pole upright, or even safe from a fish pulling the pole out of the boat. You would be better off just cutting a hole into the boat and using the insets. Just remember to use silicone sealant from the hardware store under it to help seal out the water. August 15, 2013
Rated 2 out of 5 by It works. I bought this to put on my Swifty 9.5 and it did not fasten right. It would just flop around like a noodle. Luckily I?m good at fabricating things and made it work. If you?re going to buy one, keep the receipt after you?ve made sure it will hold good enough for you. Otherwise, drill the 4 holes and get the Scotty. 5 stars for quality. 1 star for universal fit July 5, 2013
Rated 2 out of 5 by Good if it fits your yak This holder looks like it's made well and works well assuming it fits on your kayak. I have 2 sit ins (Wilderness Systems and Current Designs) and it didn't fit either of them. When I say it doesn't fit I don't mean you can't get it on there, you can, it just doesn't fit well and therefore doesn't hold in place well at all. I'm sure if you decided to tinker a bit you can make it work but I decided that drilling 4 holes would be easier and better so I went and picked up a Scotty holder and mount. I will say that it was the first time I had return something to Dicks and I was happy with that, they asked if there was an issue with it (I assume just so they wouldn't put it back on the rack if it was damaged) I said "no it doesn't fit my kayak" and that was it, they told me to go pick something else out or I could get a refund, so that was a good experience. In short unless you absolutely cannot drill 4 small holes in your kayak don't get this, and even then plan on tinkering with it and making some stuff to make the mount actually work. June 12, 2013
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