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What’s new? Fishing rod holder

The best part of getting outdoors is being able to enjoy one of your hobbies or participate in a recreational activity. Part of this challenge can be finding a place to store your equipment.

We’ve released a new fishing rod holder, to help wheelchair users independently store and carry their fishing equipment.

The fishing rod holder can be mounted to the side rail of your powerchair, so that it can be easily accessed.

It can be added to your new Magic Mobility powerchair, or retrofitted to any model.

It’s the ideal accessory for fishing lovers, to hold your fishing rod while journeying to and from your fishing spot. It can also be used to store your rod while you’re waiting for a fish to bite, to prevent fatigue.

Visitors to Sargood on Collaroy, in Sydney Australia, have been able to enjoy the nearby beach in two Extreme X8s that are available at the resort for therapy and outdoor activities. They will now be able to independently fish off the beach, with the addition of the fishing rod holder.

Visitors to Sargood on Collaroy can fish off the beach

The fishing rod holder stores the rod out in front of your powerchair, so you can avoid getting it tangled or caught in trees by the water.

This accessory may not be compatible if side rails are loaded with other mounts like locking posts, hip pads, accessory chargers or lights.

Are you interested in having a Magic Mobility fishing rod holder attached to your powerchair? Contact us to find a dealer in your area.

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