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Go to your local hardware store and buy a ten foot length of schedule 40 PVC Pipe and have them cut it exactly in half at five feet. If they are nice they will cut it in half for you using a 45-60 degree angle, that way you will not have to cut the pipe again to use as surf pole holders. The reason I prefer 5' foot legnth pole holders is, I always bring a two pound rubber mallet to drive my PVC Pipe into the sand about two feet. Trust me I have seen many of surf fisherman loose their rods due to the big one pulling over their pole holder and then the rod disappears. You will love the working heigth once the pipe is driven. It will put your real right at working level and I rarely will remove the pole from its holder when retrieving to re-bait. Saves on the back. Also, try to push it over, I will rareley move position through the tides. Sounds crazy, but if I arrive on a low tide and go into a high tide my pole holders will maintain at chin to ankle deep water and my reel is still plenty high out of the water. You can also go to the automotive section and but a cup holder to attatch just below the top of the pipe and you can use the holder for your beverage, sunscreen, glasses, or I like to have a cup with sand fleas ready to be loaded on.
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