I recently acquired 2001 Aquasport Explorer 275 and need to set it up for drifting and trolling. It came with 2 rod holders at the transom corners and 6 more on the framing for the hard-top which also supports a pair of outriggers. Obviously it was a salt water boat. The ones on the hard top frame don't appear to be much use for anything but looking cool. And I haven't seen anyone else using outriggers on Erie in all my years, not to say that no-one is, I just figure the drop back would loose the fish every time with the slow fish and presentations we are accustomed to. What are on the boat are these dual channel steel tracks, about 6' long and 5" wide on the tops of both port and starboard gunnels as well as across the transom. They seem very sturdy just to hold the combing bolsters on verticle surface and a couple of black rubber skid pads on the top. I am wondering if there is some sort of rod holder system out there that is designed to slide into these tracks as there is not much other room to mount additional rod holders. I did not take pictures because I thought it would be something simple. Lots of catalog and web searches last night proved me wrong! I'll get pics later this week. Any verbal or physical help would be great. Right now she is on jacks in Vermilion, and I am hoping to have her ready to fish for the weekend.