Sea Striker Surf Pal Sand Spike
The Sea Striker® Surf Pal Sand Spike is a rod and accessory holder perfect for saltwater fishing trips. This deluxe holder has a PVC head with a built-in bait cut, knife holder and cutting board. The aluminum stake has an angled point for easy entry into the sand, and the overall length of the spike is 38 inches.
- Deluxe sand spike with accessory holder
- PVC head with built-in bait cut, knife holder and cutting board
- Aluminum stake with angled point for easy entry
- Length: 38"
- Model: SP1
- Sea Striker
Country of Origin: ChinaWeb ID: 20147036
Sea Striker Surf Pal Sand Spike 4 4
Good Sturdy Rod Holder I've used these rod holders for almost 20 years - primarily in the surf above and below South Core Banks Island in NC. Although the red color has faded faded somewhat over the years, the plastic has remained in perfect shape. These holders are handy to both put into the sand (via sitting on them) and hold big rods (I typically surf fish with 11 to 13-foot rods). The bait-holding "box", slit for a fillet knife and cutting are handy. I don't think the New Jersey guy in the other review does much serious fishing. December 24, 2014
PERFECT! This is the perfect product for surf fishing. The surf pole has a larger diameter base and fits perfectly in the Sea Striker. The holder has storage room for small items and a flat surface for your drink. September 10, 2013
Sea Striker surf pal Best surf rod holder ever. I've been using these for many years for surf rod holders. use them for small fish as well as large red fish and they've always worked well. easy to push in the sand with a little movement back and forth. the bait tray works great for shrimp and cut bait and the cutting board works well also. Use them at the outer banks of N.C. for years and beaches of S.C. They do after years get brittle from being left out in the sun continuously. Currently have about 8 of them and would buy more as needed. July 17, 2013
Not Great Not very impressive quality, not too sturdy, and difficult to push into the sand. I don't think it will last more than one season. It has a sturdy stake, but the rod holder part seems like a cheap plastic. Sorry I paid $19.99 for it. June 25, 2013
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