Bass Pro Shops® Marker Buoys with Rack
Bass Pro Shops® Marker Bouys with Rack features three marker buoys (orange, yellow, and white) with a mountable storage rack.
Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 11 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by MichiganMan13 Nice buoys Good marker buoys. They mount to the boat very easy. December 17, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by SkeeterZX200 Great Marker These are great for marking offshore humps or creek ledges, I bought several of these and if I find a creek I mark about 100 yard of it and then work the ledge very slowly with offshore humps I mark the high point of the hump and get into deeper water and work all the way around it, I haven’t had a problem with the wind blowing the marker and spooling off excess line and allowing the buoy to drift November 7, 2012
Rated 3 out of 5 by oneshotshooter effective works as good as the ones that cost twice as much. we had a couple of times that they didnt deploy. May 28, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Gators5220 Handy buggers I play fish out of a15ft john boat, take it offshore sometimes and these things are really nice to have whenever your off the beach and find a reef as I tend to drift fish for snapper....no anchor banging into the bottom and getting the snappers wary...just mark the sides of the reef or rock you want to fish and you know when you've drifted through the bite zone...only downside they don't come in Orange & Blue! Go Gators! April 20, 2012
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Details:How heavy is the weight? I will be using in saltwater as deep as 100' with currents up to 6 mph. Will these work for me?
A:No. The weight is only about 2 or 3 ounces. The cord is maybe 50 feet. I use them for smallmouth bass fishing on Lake Erie. If the waves get to 2-4 feet, they get dragged away. I generally fish in 30 foot of water or less, but I suppose for your needs you could add extra line and a heavier weight if necessary. However, even in 2-4 foot swells, they get lost in the swells and you lose track of them. You'd be better off tying a small 5 pound anchor to a 100 + feet of clothesline and attaching it to a large orange Tide detergent bottle. Thats what I have done more recently.
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