50" Sand Spike

50" Sand Spike

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5.00 LBS
$18.75 (Fixed Shipping Cost)
50" Sand Spike

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This 50" long, 1/8 x 1.5 angle sand spike is made of non-corrosive aluminum anodized finish. Foot push for ease of use in and out of the sand. Nylon cap to secure reel.

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  • 5
    Number one sand Spike

    Posted by Boon yo blind hommie on 7th Nov 2022

    Best Sand spikes I've ever used! These have held up from everything such as monster catfish big stingrays red and black drum even a few sharks and hold up against some of the toughest shorelines and Banks. While kicking into soft or hard pack. Small tip if you have more than one use heavy duty zip ties and put the pointed tips in the bottom end of the second holder a zip tie above the step in post and below the rod holder tube on each holder will allow you to weave them together and make easier to carry

  • 5
    Best Sand Spike Around

    Posted by Greg Taylor, South Carolina on 24th Mar 2016

    This is actually my 3rd sand spike. As my family grows I don't waste my time on pvc spikes. These spikes do not rust, have a measuring tape on it, and are always admired by other fisherman on the beach. They are easy to position by stepping on the lower lips to insert into the sand. One step and your done. I show them the label with the website because they're not getting mine!

    Fantastic Product!

  • 4
    Great rod holders with one small flaw.

    Posted by Unknown on 17th May 2014

    Rod holders are real good for surf casting. Only improvement that I can see,is too stamp the measuring markers in the rod. The tape will wear off sooner or later.

  • 5
    Best sand spikes available!

    Posted by Billy on 9th Apr 2014

    The 50" spike is is long enough to get the line above the waves, but still strong enough to not have any flex. The foot pegs make it easy to drive into the sand.

  • 5
    Tough Spikes

    Posted by Unknown on 8th Mar 2014

    I like the generous length to keep your line up. Just be sure to loosen the drag enough so the big one doesn't pull it down.