Scotty Depthmaster Downrigger

   

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  • 23"L x 3/4" diameter stainless steel boom
  • Adjustable boom-mounted Rod Master II rod holder
  • Spray protected, positive drive depth counter
  • Scotty Power Grip Plus line release
  • Quick-slide deck mounting bracket
  • Automatic brake with the large disk-brake surface
  • High-speed, one-foot-per-turn spool
  • Extra-leverage extension handle makes cranking a breeze
  • 200' of premium 150 lb. stainless steel downrigger cable
Scotty's best-selling, leading performance downrigger. Features a one foot per turn spool that operates easily with either hand from a sitting position within the boat.
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Rated 5 out of 5 by Great Works great and light you cant beat it for the price. But if your putting on a V Hull fishing boat get the quick mount. Dont try to drill or use boards the quick mount takes 10 min to hook up plus you can take your downrigger off when your not using it June 17, 2008
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What are the dimensions from the plate bottom to the pole extender? 3 iches? 6 inches? I have a gunnel lip on the stern deck to clear over. So might need pedestal or a simple 2x6x6 piece of wood to mount on to clear gunnel lip.
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I have a f-glass bowrider; would likely install mounting plates on back corners, perhaps at a slight angle to avoid swim platform. Would this minor angle interfere with action of D-Rigger?
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Not really in fact it might attract more fish by it's movement
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Shouldn't interfere. I have mine on swivel pedestals and use them at 45 degrees out the back of the boat. Just use some common sense when mounting them. Too much of an angle and the rigger will lose its strength and backbone.
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I use an 8lb weight with no trouble at all. Prob could use at least a 15lb weight
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They offer a 7 or 10lb. Round Lead Weight that would work.
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Yes it doses that is what I use they seel them on here
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FYI- You can use the No. 1027 Rail Mount. Contact Scotty for purchase assistance.

Fits up to 1 1/2” round rail, or oval-shaped wooden rails. Easily installed and removed for storage, wooden board (not included) transfers the downward pressure to the boat gunnel.

Fits all Scotty downriggers and can be used with No. 1026 Pedestal Swivel Mount.

Dimensions: 6 1/8” x 7 1/8”
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