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Ever since I started carp fishing 3 years ago I've been using rod holders that stab into the ground and then attaching bells to the tips of my rods but I've been thinking about upgrading to an actual setup. The only reason I like the setup I have now is because I can fish with a tighter drag than I could in a rod pod so that allows for a better hook set. The things I like about the rod pod setup is that the alarms are loud enough to surely wake me up, I can fish my rods in virtually any position/height, it looks bad ass, and I can fish on concrete, gravel, hard ground etc. The only problem is the price. For 3 Delkim bite alarms, 3 snag ears, a Cygnet Grand Sniper D/L Pod, butt grabbers, and bobbins is gonna' run me around $500 from Big Carp Tackle not including shipping. Is it worth it?
I bought it for around $120. I am asking $75 and I will cover the shipping cost. Some paint scratched on longer feet. Missing 1 alarm tightening screw that was on the buzz bar. It's not really an issue because i think most alarms come with a tightening bolt on their threads anyway. The bag shows signs of wear and some of the straps came loose inside, see picture. Dimensions: - Length (from the center of the Buzbar to the center of the other Buzbar) - 24 1/2" to 43 1/2" - Height (Standard Legs - From the ground to the top of the Buzbar connections) - 16" to 25 1/2" - Height (Hi Pod Legs - from the ground to the top of the Buzbar connections) - 23 1/2" to 42" - Overall length depends on how the legs are angeled. - Weight (with bag and extra set of legs) 6-7 pounds