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Tournament Buoy

   

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2 pk - 75' Cord

  • $9.99

  • SKU: 262527

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Chartreuse Green Glow

2 pk - 75' Cord

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  • SKU: 328040

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2 pk - 75' Cord

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Our high-visibility Tournament Buoy™ comes complete with 75' of nylon cord and a heavy lead weight (150 gram) for secure anchoring. Flat design resists wind and current drift. 2 pack.

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Great Stuff I love these buoys. I have 2 Green buoys and I fish the Potomac River it can have a very strong current. I just used them again yesterday while finding new humps and the current was running hard through the creek I was fishing. I tossed the buoy and fished around it for almost 2 hours and when I trolled the boat ocer to pick up the buoy it was still exactly wher i threw it. Same bottom and everything. So These buoys to me are well worth it. January 14, 2009
Great Float for Kayak Anchor Line I use one of these on my kayak as part of my anchor system. Specifically I stripped off the existing line and weight and replaced it with 30' of 5/32" anchor line with a carabineer on the end. This gives me the option to clip on my anchor, a length of drogue chain #or both# as conditions dictate. To use, I just clip on my anchor , unspool as much line as I need and then throw in a 1/2 hitch to keep the spool from unraveling further. When I'm ready to move on, I just wind the line back onto the float. The float provides the added benefit of acting as an anchor line float if I need to drop my anchor line in a hurry for a Nantucket sleigh ride. Since they come two in a package, the other does make a handy structure marker as designed. January 11, 2015
Tournament Buoy THese work great. Toss them out and the weight goes to the bottom and stays in place. July 20, 2006
Good But Could be Improved This product works well... unwinds easily when you throw it out unlike some of the dumbbell shaped buoys I have used before. Only problem I encountered is the weight wasn't tied on well and came off of one of the buoys. Check the knots on the weight before using. July 12, 2010
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are these meant to be left in the water or do you take them home every time you leave
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I did leave them overnight several times with no problems. One time I left them and some other fisherman picked one up and took it.
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Take them home unless you want someone else to take them home.
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i guess you can leave them over night, but probably not the best idea. no telling who could get caught up in them. i wind mine up after im done fishing.
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You could leave them overnight, but I see a few potential issues:
1) some one takes them
2) some one fishes your 'honey hole'
3) some one runs them over w/ boat

If you want to semi-permanently mark a spot, maybe a milk jug w/ a brick etc would be a better option.
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You want to take them with you. If left overnight you risk losing them, another boat wrapping them in thier prop-wildlife getting caught in them etc.
Go ahead and mark the spot you have found in your GPS if you have them.
If you don't have a GPS-use a notepad to take notes. Choose a landmark close to the spot and make your notes- Like 100 yards off the big rock-also note the water level as it can change.
By the way-Bass Pro has very reasonable hand held GPS units that come in handy!!
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i have never left mine overnight but as long as your weight is tied tight and no punk kids in your neighborhood will steal them then they should be fine
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