Bait cutting board for boat

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    Default Bait cutting board for boat

    I'm looking for one of those bait boards that fit in the flush mount rold holders on the side gunnell of the boat. I know Magma makes one that is $110. Honestly, i think that is just plain rediculous to pay for a bait board.
    Does anyone know of any other bait boards like this that are reasonably priced?
    What do all of you use to cut bait on in your boats?
    Thanks!!

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    I use the same thing my wife uses in the kitchen for cutting up
    veggies. It's a plastic (maybe PVC) board with a built in hole
    for a handle. I think she got them at Wal-Mart for a couple
    bucks. It doesn't fit in any rod holder but since it's flat it fits
    just about anywhere. Thanks to the built-in handle, I can
    dip it in the water and clean it off easily.

    Oh, by the way, they come in two or three different sizes.

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    I think I actually have another one in the box if you are interested. Fits in a rod holder and really nice to have.

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    If your handy with tools, buy some starboard and SS screws, and make your own

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    If it worked here is a picture of a cutting board I got from Cabelas. I think around $49.00Drains into the motor well and then overboard. Two stainless bolts hold it secure.
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    I just use the lid for a 5 gallon bucket I picked up by bugging the guys at the Safeway bakery. They get icing in the buckets and they toss the buckets when they are done with them. It's free. I do not feel bad making cutting marks in it.

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    Adjustable LeveLock Rod Holder Mount and a cutting board from Walmart... @ $65.

    Not having squid and guts stuck to the side of the boat at the end of the day....pricelsss

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    A plastic or fiberglass cafeteria tray works great. The lip keeps all the "juices" in and it's easy to clean. I've used the same one for many years and haven't cut through it yet. If you'd rather cut on an actual board get one of teh cheap baords from wal-mart that will fit right in the tray for "juice" control.


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