BLA Trade Talk: Fishmaster T-Tops

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Designed for fishing enthusiasts, Fishmaster T-Tops are now available through BLA.

BLA has added Fishmaster T-Tops and accessories to their stable of world-renowned brands.

Fishmaster was created to provide innovative and affordable products to fellow fishing addicts. It began in the Spring of 2005 as a team of seasoned engineers who had designed the most popular wakeboard tower set out to build the first universal T-Top that could fold for fixed bridges and storage. This quickly grew to a team including other engineers, professional fishermen and boat dealers providing input from every perspective - installation, ownership, design, structural analysis and manufacturing. The team had one common goal - create a great T-Top and make it affordable.

Fishmaster then set their sights on providing a complete line of accessories for the Fishmaster T-Top including swivel rod holders, innovative soft goods storage products and many others.

The Fishmaster T-Top range includes the original Folding T-Top and the Pro Series T-Top

Pro Series Features:

  • Available in bone white powder coating for a factory-appearance.
  • Industry-leading weather protection - more than 3.2m2 of coverage featuring Sunbrella fabric for years of optimum weather protection and comfort.
  • Largest T-Top tubing in the industry at 57mm using aviation grade 6061 T6 schedule 40 aluminium for optimum strength-to-weight ratio.
  • Stylish patent-pending design includes integral grab handles and lateral support bars that provide strength without interfering with the side doors of most centre console models.
  • T-Top folds without tools for dry stack or garage storage, trailering and low bridge or tree clearance.
  • Installation package includes standoffs standard that affix to the console to maximise stability.
  • Sides adjust from 60cm to 127cm wide to fit virtually any centre console model.

Check out how to install the Fishmaster Pro Series T-Top.

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