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SeaSucker Pro Series Rod Holder - Vacuum Mount - White - 3 Rods

SeaSucker Pro Series Rod Holder - Vacuum Mount - White - 3 Rods

Item # 302-MF5083
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This 3-rod holder mounts to your boat in seconds with a 6" vacuum cup. It attaches to most vertical, non-porous surfaces such as your boats' gunwales or sidewalls, or your vehicle while baiting your hook. Hard plastic construction. 1-800-940-8924 to order SeaSucker Marine fishing rod holders part number 302-MF5083 or order online at Free expert support on all SeaSucker Marine products. Great prices and Fastest Shipping for SeaSucker Pro Series Rod Holder - Vacuum Mount - White - 3 Rods. Fishing Rod Holders reviews from real customers.
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SeaSucker Marine Fishing Rod Holders - 302-MF5083

  • Rod Holders
  • 3 Rods
  • SeaSucker Marine
  • Plastic
  • Gunwale Mount
  • Wall Mount
  • White

This 3-rod holder mounts to your boat in seconds with a 6" vacuum cup. It attaches to most vertical, non-porous surfaces such as your boats' gunwales or sidewalls, or your vehicle while baiting your hook. Hard plastic construction.


  • Heavy-duty 3-rod holder frees up your hands while you fish
  • Mounts to most non-porous, vertical surfaces with a 6" vacuum cup
    • Attach or remove in seconds
  • Easy to adjust angle of holder
  • Wide mouth accommodates most gimballed conventional rod sizes
    • Holds long-butt spinning reels - simply remove bottom pin
    • Pin stores in slot on base when not in use
  • Staggered middle rod holder keep reels and handles from bumping each other
  • Hard plastic construction is lightweight yet durable
  • Waterproof lubricant (sold separately) helps prevent plunger from sticking
  • White color
  • Made in the USA


  • Carrying capacity: 3 fishing rods
  • Pull rating: 210 lbs
  • Dimensions: 11" tall x 13-1/2" wide x 5-1/2" deep
  • Inside diameter: 1-3/8"
  • Distance between rod holders (center on center): 5"
  • Weight: 1.5 lbs
  • Limited lifetime warranty

Seasucker Fishing Rod Holder

This heavy-duty 3-rod holder frees up your hands while you fish. It mounts to most vertical, non-porous surfaces on your boat, such as your gunwales or sidewalls. You can also mount it to your vehicle for use as a holder while you bait your hooks or prepare your poles. It installs with a 6" vacuum cup that attaches and removes in seconds. If you need to adjust the angle simply detach the vacuum cup and reattach at the desired angle. The holders are made from hard plastic and attach to a sturdy HDPE base.

This vacuum cup holder is quick and easy to mount. To install the holder make sure the mounting surface is clean and place the cup on your boat or vehicle then press the pump several times until the orange band disappears. To break the seal and remove the holder from your boat or vehicle simply pull the T-shaped tab up and towards the center of the cup. As suction decreases over time the plunger will extend from the cup. When the orange indicator band shows simply re-pump the plunger.

MF5083 SeaSucker Pro Series Rod Holder - Suction Cup Mount - 3 Rods

Replaces SeaSucker 302-5023

Video of SeaSucker Pro Series Rod Holder - Vacuum Mount - White - 3 Rods

Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer installation instructions and specs for complete information.

Video Transcript for SeaSucker Pro Series Vacuum Mount Rod Holder Review

Hey guys, Zach here at, and today we're going to be taking a look at a line of fishing rod holders by SeaSucker. These are going to be the Pro Series. It's going to come in a couple of different quantities, whether you're looking to carry just one, two or three poles, we've got them all scattered out throughout the boat today, so let's take a closer look at them. We've all been there whenever we've got a lot of people on the boat and everybody's got their rods laying all over the place. They get stepped on, they get tangled up and this is just a solid way to keep them up and off the ground, keep them organized, so if you just take a break while you're cruising to the next spot, or if you just want to bait your hooks, change out your lures, whatever you want to do, this is a good way to keep them in place.So if you take a closer look, this is what separates SeaSucker from a lot of the other brands. It's these vacuum mounts.

SeaSucker has a lot of different things that you can use vacuum mounts for, whether it's Marine applications like this, or the bike racks that they have, or even roof racks, but you want to make sure that you're putting this on something that's hard and not porous so it really sticks to it, and I'm sure you're thinking "What's a vacuum mount going to do. That's not going to hold up very long." But these actually have really good strengths to them, as long you put them on there properly. I mean, I am shaking this whole console right here.Let's just show you how we got this put on. You want to make sure that it's nice and clean. If you're using this in a saltwater application, make sure that when you move it around that you kind of rinse it off with some fresh water.

Just put it on there, apply a little pressure, and pump that down there, and you'll see that orange will start to disappear, and then we've got that nice and tight.And when it comes to loading these up, you just stick your rod down in there and you can see, if you've got a longer one like this, you can pull these pins out and just have a little ball right there that has some pressure behind it and just pull it through, and again, put that down there and that has a much more secure way of keeping that down in there. But the cool thing about if you do pull those pins is they have these little slots on top that you can store those in. And then we just saved a ton of space, got our rods up off the ground. Now we can get back to just relaxing and hanging out and we don't have to worry about damaging our rods. And here's the two pole version.

I've got it on the front deck here. There's two chairs and this works out great. You can put that down in there.So this is a great location to have this upfront because up on the front deck, you definitely don't want your poles laying around, but also I like that we can put a net in there too. As long as it's not one that's super wide, we can still fit that down in there, so we can keep that up off the ground and keep the deck clear so we can kind of move around a little bit.Now I'm going to give you a couple of measurements to just give you a better idea if this is going to work out for you. Now, regardless, if you get the one, the two or the three version, a couple of measurements are going to be the same, and that is the overall height of each specific holder, and that is going to be eight inches and the diameter on the inside, so if your rod is going to actually fit in there, is one and a half inches.

That's a pretty significant size, but you know, you may run into some issues if you have one that's a little bit larger. And then this measurement right here is 15/16s of an inch. So that's something to be mindful of, and then I'm going to give you the measurement on the back end there too, and that is 9/16s of an inch.Now, when it comes to the size of the actual vacuum mount, that will vary a little bit. So the two and the three version are going to have a vacuum size of six inches, where the one rod holder is going to have a measurement of four and three quarters of an inch. So not a huge difference, but if you have smaller spaces, that is something to be mindful of so you can make sure that that's going to fit. One thing I do like about these is it allows you to have some flexible options and where you're putting them, but with this boat in particular, I found it challenging to find spots to put multiple on here.I mean, maybe you don't need as many as we have here today, but this was a good spot, but I put it down here and it initially held on tight, but just sitting here for about half an hour and it's already loose and you can see how easily that popped off. So this has a little bit of a textured finish on it. So that's a good example of why you shouldn't put it on that type. It looked like it was fine, but then over time it just eventually came loose. So we're going to find a little bit better option for this one, but I just wanted to show you guys that these do need to have a nice, smooth finish in order for them to go on there. So if you don't have a lot of options that are smooth, like we have here, you might want to look into something that has more of a clamp style that can clamp to some rails.But you know, if you're not having a pontoon boat, if you're using another style boat, you may run into some issues with that as well. When it comes to how you mount this, it is intended to be mounted vertically. We do offer horizontal style mounts, if you're looking for something like that, but this one in particular is definitely intended to be mounted vertically. When it comes to the actual part that holds your rod, that's made of a really durable plastic. There's a tiny bit of give up top, but that's expected there. I think it's going to hold up for a long time.And when it comes to the life of this, if you're going to leave this on your boat, we recommend not keeping it out in the sun. So if you have a dock that doesn't have a roof on it, I would take these off, store them out. That's more so to keep from damaging the actual vacuum mount, because that's made of a pretty solid rubber, but over time, if that UV Ray was constantly hitting it, I think you could see some deterioration. But if you've got a covered dock, you should be fine. Definitely check that it's still sealed good whenever you get ready to go out I'd hate for this to have a bunch of rods on it and you're going down the Lake and it falls off and maybe hits a kid or something. That'd be pretty bad. So definitely check that that's tight before you go out on every trip.A couple of quick tips on just properly maintaining it also is, in between uses, it's not a bad idea to clean it with fresh water. Don't use any harsh solvents or scrub it by any means. I think you could just use some water, wipe it off and you'll be just fine. And then if you've noticed that it's not sealing that well, you can pop the plunger out there. It just pulls out. It's got a little pressure behind it and you can clean this off right here. You can add a little bit of the lubricant that comes with it, make sure it's all clean in there and you can just insert that back and then you're set and ready to go.Overall guys, if you're looking to keep your rods organized, we've all been there where they fallen over, we've damaged them, somebody stepped on it. This is a good way to keep them up off the ground. I like that it's not a permanent installation. I don't have to drill into my boat. I can move it all around wherever I need it to fit my needs. And I liked that it comes in a one, a two and a three rod version and I get it. I was skeptical to the vacuum out at first too, but we've used them enough on boats, on cars. If you mount that to a nice clean surface, they hold up for a while, but definitely check that you have a good seal whenever you're using these. And overall, I think you're going to be pretty happy with them, but that's going to do it for our look at the SeaSucker Pro Series rod holders.

Customer Reviews

SeaSucker Pro Series Rod Holder - Vacuum Mount - White - 3 Rods - 302-MF5083

Average Customer Rating:  4.9 out of 5 stars   (9 Customer Reviews)

This 3-rod holder mounts to your boat in seconds with a 6" vacuum cup. It attaches to most vertical, non-porous surfaces such as your boats' gunwales or sidewalls, or your vehicle while baiting your hook. Hard plastic construction.


The quality of the product is excellent, very well made. The ordering was fast and easy with delivery being super fast. I would recommend this product and etrailer has been a go to for me for many different online orders. Thank you etrailer.


This rod holder seems to be well made. I’m a little skeptical on the suction cup staying put for an extended period of time because it is so easy to pull off. I’d hate to have all my rods go flying if the suction was broken. I just can’t see [the price] in this piece of equipment. To me this is a $70 piece. Just offering my opinion. Hopefully this thing surprises me.


Excellent product. Good service. Quick delivery. Good packaging. Strange Internet address for a fishing product. I will probably order another product when my boat is delivered.


Perfect for what I wanted and Entrailer is a great Company to deal with THANKS



by: 08/08/2023

On time and keep me up to date on delivery.


I love it and it works great for everything I need



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