This will be great for any aluminum boat.
Pics of my "poor-stick" for anchoring instead of with the old big booger anchor and lots of rope. Pole is the one laying on the deck and is 8' long and is 3/4" thin wall electrical conduit and the one in the brackets is just for display to show where and what it does. The 2 brackets are 1/2" I-bolts all thread 6" long sealed with clear RTV on both sides.
Drilled a hole all the way thru the top of the 8' pole and added a rope with a loop in case the water is too deep and it falls thru, I will have some way to retrieve my pole back.
Cant afford the $1,200.00 electric power-pole. so I made my own.
P.S. the pole looks not straight, but thats just the way the pic looks, it is straight up and down.
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A BAD DAY ON THE WATER IS BETTER THAN A GOOD DAY AT THE OFFICE ANY DAY OF THE WEEK. MY FAVORITE TWO DAYS THAT START WITH A "T", ARE, "TODAY & TOMORROW".