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Davis Telescoping 3-section Floatable Boat Hook, 38 in. to 8 ft long (100 to 240 cm)
Davis Telescoping 3-section Floatable Boat Hook, 38 in. to 8 ft long (100 to 240 cm)
Davis Telescoping 3-section Floatable Boat Hook, 38 in. to 8 ft long (100 to 240 cm)
Davis Telescoping 3-section Floatable Boat Hook, 38 in. to 8 ft long (100 to 240 cm)
A tough boat hook is a valuable asset when launching, docking, mooring, or retrieving your favorite hat! Telescoping boat hook adjusts to 8′ (240 cm). The threaded end accepts a deck brush, mop, squeegee and other accessories. A highly visible, soft vinyl top covers the thread and protects the boat’s finish when fending off. All Team boat hooks float!

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Davis Telescoping 3-section Floatable Boat Hook, 38 in. to 8 ft long (100 to 240 cm)

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A tough boat hook is a valuable asset when launching, docking, mooring, or retrieving your favorite hat! Telescoping boat hook adjusts to 8′ (240 cm). The threaded end accepts a deck brush, mop, squeegee and other accessories. A highly visible, soft vinyl top covers the thread and protects the boat’s finish when fending off. All Team boat hooks float!

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– Richelle E. Goodrich

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