Pipe Dreams Marine Bent Butz
|Bent Butz are made from Schedule 40 Anodized Pipe for strength and durability. Bent Butz feature a locking pin to lock the Butz into your rod holder and lanyard eyes for your safety lines. This comes in a pair||$129.00 USD|
Bent Butz is a revolutionary designed product that converts your single gunnel mounted rod holder into a double rod holder. The unique design gives you one rod holder out to the side and one straight back. With this feature, you not only double your number of rods in the water but you also increase the distance your lines are apart. The greater the distance between your lines translates into fewer tangles, which means your bait spends more time in the water. Look at the horizontal angle -- a lower angle to the water means your rod tip is lower to the water. When chunking for Stripers in less then perfect conditions, this lower angle will help keep your baits from bouncing on the bottom. Better looking baits mean more fish!
Bent Butz aren’t only for inshore… take them offshore too! Use the outside rod holder when you jig for Tuna. Use the side-out holders to take advantage of the natural rocking motion of your boat, giving the jig the perfect motion for those Tuna. Like to troll? Bent Butz are great for trolling too. Use them to increase the trolling spread. Don’t have a center rigger? Take the left Butz and switch it with the right one and now you can run two lines down the middle. The possibilities are endless! Bent Butz are made from Schedule 40 Anodized Pipe for strength and durability. Bent Butz feature a locking pin to lock the Butz into your rod holder and lanyard eyes for your safety lines. As with any product that changes the position of your rods, safety lines are recommended and traveling at high speeds with rods in the Bent Butz is not advised.
1 Question & 1 Answer
from Columbus, Ohio asked:
November 6, 2015
This states these come in a pair. Does that mean 1 for port and 1 for starboard where 1 pipe points straight out the stern and the other angles to the side of the boat?
Yes, the pair means that there is one for each side of the boat.
on November 12, 2015