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750mm Wide Aluminium Bait Station

Original price $1,160.00 - Original price $1,160.00
Original price
$1,160.00 - $1,160.00
Current price $1,160.00

This heavy-duty bait board is designed by fishermen for fishermen, offering a practical and durable workspace for all your fishing needs.


Estimated delivery time: 7-10 days

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NZ-Made Alloy Bait Board: Built Tough for Serious Fishing


  • Solid construction: Made from 3mm and 4mm marine-grade aluminum for long-lasting strength and corrosion resistance.
  • Spacious storage: Large compartment beneath the cutting board keeps tackle, knives, and other gear readily accessible.
  • Easy to clean: Tool-less removal of the cutting board and storage compartment simplifies cleaning and maintenance.
  • Adjustable: Forward and aft adjustment ensures compatibility with any motor clearance.


  • 75x45cm
  • External: H 320mm x W 770mm x D 450mm
  • Cutting board: 300mm x 740mm
  • Storage area opening: 160mm x 740mm

General Specifications

  • Alloy bait board
  • Tool less easily removable for cleaning and storage.
  • Solid 3mm and 4mm marine aluminum construction.
    Hinged 15mm bait board for easy cleaning
  • Adjustable forward and aft to suit any motor clearance. Large storage space for tackle, knives etc.
  • Gutter and external drain.
    Shelf divider with 3 positions
  • Flexi UV stable drain tube with crush proof coil and Stainless Steel hose clamp.
    HDPE UV stable mounts. Position anywhere on boat with 4x Stainless steel bolts and locking pins.
  • 4 rod holders
  • 2 cup holders
  • Polymer knife block with pliers holder and iki spike hole.
    Fish measuring sticker
  • Non drip return on front edge.

Most of our products will arrive on your doorstep with full instructions for installation. Perfect for a home DIY.

If you're in Tauranga, our knowledgeable technicians can assemble your purchase at our Mount Maunganui workshop. Contact us for a quote today.

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